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|Art Gatenby||4:48pm on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
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|patelnirav7||9:05am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|I have had this tv for 5 months and only been able to use it for 3 of the five, the other two waiting on Panasonic to fox it. After much research, this was my pick. Crisp, clear, razor sharp picture. Controler could be larger, small keys hard to see in dim light.|
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|orgeler||6:44am on Sunday, April 18th, 2010|
|For a $3000.00 TV, this should have lasted far longer. One day just would not turn on, power indicator flashing 10 times. Great picture for 58 inch which are hard to find in plasma, cost too high for 720 picture. Great TV and a great value. At the time a I ... Owned the unit for approximately 18 months with not a single issue.|
|luckinbill||9:21am on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
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|Villeroy||11:44pm on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|Great picture for 58 inch which are hard to f... great picture for 720, nice hd. you need a good hd signal though broke after 3 years.|
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CD Stereo System
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read these instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference.
7/16/01, 10:06 AM
Thank you for purchasing this product. For optimum performace and safety, please read these instructions carefully. These operating instructions are applicable to the following system.
Table of contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. Placement of speakers.. The remote control... Connections... Front panel controls... Auto power-off... Setting the time... Convenient Functions... Turning the demo function off.. 9
The model number and serial number of this product can be found on either the back or the bottom of the unit. Please note them in the space provided below and keep for future reference. MODEL NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER The radio: manual tuning.. The radio: preset tuning... CDs.... Cassette tapes... 12 15
Before recording.. 16 Recording the radio.. 17 Recording CDs... 18
DATE OF PURCHASE DEALER NAME DEALER ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER
Timers and others
Changing the sound quality.. 20 Using an external unit... 20 Using the timers... 21
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Troubleshooting guide.. Servicenter List (U.S.A.).. Warranty (U.S.A.)... Specifications.... Maintenance... Product Service... Memo... 27
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN, MOISTURE, DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
DO NOT INSTALL, OR PLACE THIS UNIT, IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION VENTS.
3/25/05, 4:14 AM
Please check and identify the supplied accessories. Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts. (Only for U.S.A.) To order accessories contact 1-800-332-5368 or web site (http://www.panasonic.com). AC power supply cord... 1 pc. (RJA0065-A)
THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the users authority to operate this device. AM loop antenna set.. 1 pc. (RSA0033A) This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FM indoor antenna (RSA0006-L).. 1 pc.
Remote control transmitter.. 1 pc. (RAK-SC981WK)
Remote control batteries.. 2 pcs.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the safety instructions on the unit and the safety precautions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
1. Power sourceConnect the unit to a power source of the type described in these instructions or as marked on the unit. 2. PolarizationThe unit is equipped with a polarized power plug where one blade is wider than the other. This safety feature ensures that the plug fits into your household AC outlet only one way. If the plug doesnt fit one way, try reversing it. If the plug still doesnt fit, contact an electrician to replace the obsolete outlet. Do not attempt to defeat the safety purpose of the plug. 3. Power cord protectionRoute the AC power supply cord so that it will not be walked on or pinched by items placed on or against it. Never take hold of the plug or cord with wet hands. Always grasp the plug body firmly when connecting and disconnecting it. 4. OverloadingWhen connecting the AC power supply cord, be careful not to overload the household AC outlet, extension cord, or outlet from any other device as this can result in fire or electric shock. 5. Nonuse periodsTurn the unit off when it is not in use. Unplug the unit from the household AC outlet if it is not to be used for a long time. Unplug the unit during lightning storms. 6. Attachments and accessoriesUse only the attachments and accessories recommended in these operating instructions.
4. Outdoor antenna groundingIf you connect an outdoor antenna, ground the antenna system to protect against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990, provides information about grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. Refer to this diagram.
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
Speakers are designed identically so that no left or right channel orientation is necessary. Remote control signal sensor
About 7 meters in front of the signal sensor
Notes Keep your speakers at least 10 mm (13/32) away from the system for proper ventilation. These speakers do not have magnetic shielding. Do not place them near televisions, personal computers or other devices easily influenced by magnetism. To avoid damage to the speakers, do not touch the speakers cones if you have taken the nets off.
Do not place obstacles between the remote control signal sensor and remote control unit. Do not expose the remote control signal sensor to direct sunlight or to the bright light of a fluorescent light. Take care to keep the remote control signal sensor and end of the remote control unit free from dust. If this system is installed in a rack with glass doors, the glass doors thickness or color might make it necessary to use the remote control a shorter distance from the system.
To prevent damage
Never place heavy items on top of the unit. Do not disassemble or reconstruct the unit. Do not spill water or other liquids into the unit.
1/17/01, 6:22 PM
Plug the AC power cord into a household AC outlet only after all other connections have been made. To prepare the AM loop antenna wire and speaker cords, twist the vinyl cover tip and pull off.
To household AC outlet
Connect the FM indoor antenna.
Tape the antenna to a wall or column, in a position where radio signals are received with the least amount of interference. Note For the best reception : An FM outdoor antenna is recommended (\ page 7.)
Connect the AM loop antenna.
After attaching the antenna, turn on the system and tune in a broadcast station. Put the antenna where the reception is best and interference is minimal.
Adhesive tape FM indoor antenna
Connect the speaker cables.
Connect each end of the speaker cables to the terminal lever of the same color so (+) and () are correct. Never allow the exposed wires to contact each other when connected. Incorrect connection can damage the unit.
Use only the supplied speakers The combination of the main unit and speakers provide the best sound. Using other speakers can damage the unit and sound quality will be negatively affected.
T AM AN LOOP EXT
AM loop antenna
Caution Use the speakers only with the recommended system. Failure to do so may lead to damage to the amplifier and/or the speakers, and may result in the risk of fire. Consult a qualified service person if damage has occurred or if you experience a sudden change in performance. Do not attach these speakers to walls or ceilings.
Connect the AC power cord
Note The included AC power supply cord is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipment.
AUTO OFF SLEEP
CLOCK TIMER PLAY REC
TUNE MODE PROGRAM CANCEL PLAY MODE
SELECTOR SELECTOR TUNER TAPE APE
MUTING VIRTUALIZER DIMMER DISPLAY
Buttons such as 2 function in exactly same way as the buttons on the main unit. ) Auto power off button (AUTO OFF).. 8 Numeric buttons.. 11, 12 Program button (PROGRAM).. 14 Tuning mode select button (TUNE MODE).. 10, 17 Reverse mode select button (REV MODE)... 17, 18 Bass buttons (BASS+).. 20 Sound virtualizer button (SOUND VIRTUALIZER).. 20 Muting button (MUTING)... 9 Sleep timer button (SLEEP).. 22 Clock/timer button (CLOCK/TIMER).. 9, 21, 22 Play timer/recording timer button (PLAY/REC).. 21, 22 Cancel button (CANCEL).. 14 Play mode select button (PLAY MODE). 13 Treble buttons (TREBLE+).. 20 Dimmer button (DIMMER).. 9
by remote control only When CD or TAPE is selected as the source To save power, the unit turns off if it is left unused for 10 minutes. Press [AUTO OFF]. AUTO OFF is displayed. To cancel Press [AUTO OFF] again. For your reference The setting is maintained even if the unit is turned off. When the unit is turned on again, the unit functions as described above. If you select any source other than CD or TAPE, AUTO OFF goes out. It comes on again when you select CD or TAPE.
RDS PS PTY
AUTO OFF FADER S C O O
Setting the time
by remote control only This is a 12-hour clock. The example shows how to set the clock for 6:30 pm
SELECTOR TUNER TAPE
SOUND MUTING VIRTUALIZER DIMMER
Press [y] to turn the unit on. y Press [CLOCK/ TIMER] to CLOCK.
Every time you press the button:
Within 7 seconds
Press [ g,4/REW] or [f ,3/FF] to set the time.
Press and hold to change the time faster.
Press [CLOCK / TIMER].
The time is set and the original display is restored.
Displaying the clock. When the unit is ON: Press [DISPLAY/ DEMO]. To cancel Press [DISPLAY/DEMO] again. Note The clock may lose or gain some time over a period. Readjust if necessary.
To dim the display panel
by remote control only Use this when you are going to sleep or any other time you would prefer the panel to be dimmer. Press [DIMMER]. The display panel dims and side panel indicators, except for the [AC IN] indicator, go out.
Press [POWER ] to turn the unit on. Press [OPEN/CLOSE c] to open the tray. Insert the CD.
Set a CD label up on the tray. Press [OPEN/CLOSE c] to close the tray.
Press [CD -/ J] to start play. Adjust the volume.
To stop the disc.
Press [STOP L].
To pause play
POWER Press [CD -/ J]. Press [CD -/ J] again to resume play.
Press [4/REW/ g] (backward) or [3 /FF/ f] (forward). 4 3
Searching through tracks
During play or pause 3 Press and hold [4/REW/ g] (backward) or [3 /FF/ f] (forward). 4 Label must face upward
To select a track with the remote control
Press the numeric button(s) to select the desired track.
To select a two-digit track
Press  and then the two numbers you want.
Total number of tracks Total play time Track no. 20:  Track no. 35: 
One touch play
When a CD is loaded and the unit is off, press [CD -/ J]. The unit comes on and starts play.
To remove a CD
Track number Elapsed play time Press [OPEN/CLOSE c]. Note During random play (\page 13), you cannot skip to tracks which have already been played. During program play (\page 14), or random play, you cannot search forward or backward over tracks. During program play, skipping is always in the programmed order, whether forward or backward. Program play cannot be used in combination with random play.
A CD selection and care
With this system, you can only play CDs having this mark. (
use irregularly shaped discs. ( ) attach extra labels and stickers. use discs with labels and stickers that are coming off or with adhesive exuding from under labels and stickers. ( ) attach scratch-proof covers or any other kind of accessory. write anything on the CD. clean CDs with liquids. (Wipe with a soft, dry cloth.) use CDs printed with label printed available on the market.
Direct access play
by remote control only Direct access allows you to start normal play from a specific track to the last track on the CD.
Press [SELECTOR] to select the CD mode.
Every time you press the button: CD TAPE TUNER AUX
Track no. 20:  Track no. 35: 
Repeat play and random play
Press [PLAY MODE] before or during play to select the desired play mode.
Every time you press the button: 1RANDOM Previous display
To repeat just one track:
Press [PLAY MODE] to select 1-
To repeat all track:
Press [PLAY MODE] to select .
To start random play:
PLAY MODE Press [PLAY MODE] to select RANDOM. All tracks on the loaded CD will be played in random order. Playback will stop automatically when all tracks have been played.
To cancel repeat play and random play.
Press [PLAY MODE] to clear 1, and RANDOM Pressing [OPEN/CLOSE c] also cancels repeat play and random play.
To repeat programmed tracks
1 Program desired tracks (steps 1 to 4 on page 14). 2 Press [PLAY MODE] to display 3 Press [CD -/ J] to begin play.
Press the numeric button(s) to select the desired track number.
Play will start with the track you select.
This function allows you to program up to 24 tracks.
(In the stop mode)
Press [PROGRAM]. Press the numeric button(s) to select the track you want to play in the desired sequence. Repeat step 3 until you have programmed all the tracks you want. Press [CD -/ J].
Play will start in the programmed sequence. Play will stop automatically when all the programmed tracks have been played.
For your reference
You can also select tracks for programming by pressing [g] or [f] and [PROGRAM] instead of following steps 2 to 3. 1 Select desired tracks using the [g] or [f]. 2 Press [PROGRAM].
To cancel program play mode
Press [PROGRAM] in the stop mode. Programmed contents will be saved in memory. Press [L CLEAR] in the stop mode. This will also erase the entire program. Specified track number
When -- --:-- -- is displayed
Total play time of the programmed tracks equals, or exceeds 100 minutes. Tracks can still be programmed and played.
When FULL appears
The number of programmed tracks is limited to 24. No further tracks can be programmed.
A B A C
CD -/ J
Check program contents.
Check to see if P is displayed, then press either [g] or [f]. Everytime you press one of the buttons, the track and program No. are shown on the display. Add to the program. In stop mode, repeat step 3.
Press the button once for each track to be skipped (up to 9 tracks).
Backward 4/REW/ g
Forward 3 /FF/ f
Note TPS searches for silent parts of about 4 seconds normally found between tunes. As a result, it may not function properly in the following cases. With short silent parts. When noise occurs between tunes With silent parts found within tunes
Types of tapes which can be recorded correctly
The system automatically identifies the type of tape.
NORMAL POSITION/TYPE I HIGH POSITION/TYPE II METAL POSITION/TYPE IV
Tab for side B
Tab for side A To re-record
This system cannot correctly record or erase metal position tapes.
High position tape
The illustration shows how to remove the tabs to prevent recording. To record on the tape again, cover as shown, being careful not to cover the high position discrimination hole.
The effect of volume, sound quality, and sound virtualizer on recording.
These have no effect on recording. They can be changed for playback.
To erase a recorded sound
1 Press [STOP L]. 2 Press [REV MODE] on the remote control to select the reverse mode. 3 Insert the cassette with the exposed tape facing left. Tape direction is automatically set to . 4 Press [[REC/ J].
Do these steps before each recording. Wind up the leader tape so recording can begin immediately. (unneccessary if auto CD editing) Preparation: Press [POWER ] to turn the unit on.
Insert the tape to be recorded on.
Insert with the exposed tape facing left.
Press [REV MODE] on the remote control to select the reverse mode.
side to be recorded facing up
: One side only records. and : Both sides record (forward reverse). " automatically changes to " " when ([REC/ J) is pressed.
(unneccessary with auto editing recording, \ Page 19)
Set the tape direction.
: To record on the forward side.
To change the direction Press [TAPE 2 3] twice and then [STOP L].
Recording the radio
Preparation: Do the preparatory steps above.
Tune to the required station.
(\ page 10 or 11)
Press [[REC/ J] to start recording.
PRGM AUTO 1-REC 1RANDOM
To stop recording.
To stop recording temporarily
Press [[REC/ J]. To resume recording, press [[REC/ J].
C To reduce noise while recording an AM broadcast (Beat proof function)
TUNED ST MONO kHz MHz dB PRGM AUTO 1-REC 1RANDOM PLAY REC
Press and hold [TUNE MODE] while recording. Every time you press and hold the button: BP 1 BP 2 Select the position where there is less noise.
TUNED ST MONO kHz
: To record on the reverse side.
Tracks are recorded in the order in which they are found on the CD. Tracks are cut in the middle when the end of the tape is reached. You can record from any point on the tape.
Insert the cassette with the exposed tape facing left.
Tape direction is automatically set to
One side is recorded.
Press [SELECTOR] to select the CD mode. Press [OPEN/CLOSE c] to open the CD tray.
Insert the CD with label facing upward. Press [OPEN/CLOSE c] to close the CD tray.
If you selected in step 2, the direction will automatically change to when recording starts. The recording will start from the first track.
TUNED ST MONO kHz MHz dB
To stop recording Press [STOP L]. The recording and the CD will stop.
To stop recording temporarily Press [[REC/ J]. To resume recording, press [[REC/ J]. To record on reverse side Before recording, press [TAPE 2 3] twice and immediately thereafter [STOP L]. The tape direction will be shown as REV. To record from a specific point on a tape Before recording, advance the tape to the point from where you want to start recording.
To record programmed tracks
1 After step 4, program the track(s) you want (\ steps 2-4 on page 14). 2 Press [[REC/ J] to start recording.
1/17/01, 6:32 PM
You can record the whole CD (AUTO-REC) or a selected track (1REC). If a track is interrupted at the end of the side facing up, it is recorded again on the side facing down.
Auto editing recording (AUTO-REC)
Recording begins from the side facing up and the reverse mode is set to . Preparation: Insert a CD (\ page 12)
Press [SELECTOR] to switch to CD mode. Press [CD EDIT] so AUTO-REC is displayed.
AUTO-REC 1-REC OFF
TUNED ST MONO kHz MHz dB PRGM AUTO
Insert the tape with the exposed tape facing left. Press [[REC/ J] to start recording.
The unit rewinds the tape, records 10 seconds of silence, and then starts recording.
To stop recording
Press [STOP L]. The CD also stops.
To record selected tracks.
1 Program tracks (\steps 1 to 3 on page 14). 2 Do steps 2 to 4 above. Note Auto edit recording cannot be used with random and repeat play. (\ page 13).
One track edit recording (1-REC)
Preparation: Insert a CD (\ page 12) and a cassette. Wind the tape to where you want to start recording.
Press [SELECTOR] to switch to CD mode. Press [CD EDIT] so 1-REC is displayed. Press [4/REW/ g] or [3/FF/ f] to select the track you want to record. Press [[REC/ J] to start recording.
CD play and recording start at the same time.
Press [STOP L]. The CD also stops. To continue recording from another CD 1 Press [OPEN/CLOSE c] and insert the other CD. 2 Do steps 3 and 4. To record a track while it is being played. 1 Press [CD EDIT] so 1-REC is displayed. 2 Press [[REC/ J]. Recording starts from the beginning of the track and stops when the track finishes.
Changing the sound quality
To adjust the tone quality
The tone level can be varied within a range of -6 to +6.
BASS + MUTING
TREBLE + SOUND VIRTUALIZER
Press [BASS ( or +)] to adjust the low-frequency sound. Press [TREBLE ( or +)] to adjust the high-frequency sound.
Note The effect works only with playback. It cannot be used in recording. Hints Place speakers on stands (not included) to reproduce clearer lowrange sounds.
Using the live effect (SOUND VIRTUALIZER)
The sound virtualizer leaves middle-range sounds such as vocals clear and gives natural width and depth to music. Sound virtualizer is effective with stereo sound.
Press [SOUND VIRTUALIZER] to display To cancel
Press [SOUND VIRTUALIZER] to clear the indicator. When listening through headphones, the effect is less discernible than through the units speakers. If interference in FM stereo reception increases, cancel the sound virtualizer effect.
Using an external unit
Listening to an external source
(See page 7 for external unit connection.) ] to turn on the unit. 1 Press [POWER 2 Press [SELECTOR] to select AUX Every time you press the button: CD AUX TAPE TUNER 3 Start playback from the external source. equipments operating instructions.) (Refer to your
Recording from an external source SELECTOR
Follow steps 1-2 on page 17. Press [SELECTOR] to select AUX. Press [[REC/ J] (recording starts). Start playback from the external source. (Refer to your equipments operating instructions.)
Check the speaker connections.
An AC power supply cord or fluorescent light is near the cables. Keep other appliances and cords away from this units cables. Incorrect operation performed. Read the instructions and try again. You plugged the AC power supply cord in for the first time or there was a power failure recently Set the time. Check and correct the speaker cords correction. If this does not fix the problem, there is a power supply problem. Consult the dealer.
Listening to the radio Noise is heard. The stereo indicator flickers or doesnt light. Sound is distorted. A beat sound is heard. A low hum is heard during AM broadcast. When there is a television set nearby Use an outdoor antenna.
Turn the TV off or separate it from the unit. Separate the antenna from other cables and cords.
Playing cassette tapes Poor quality sound. Recording is not possible. Playing discs The display is wrong or play wont start. Clean the heads.
If the erasure prevention tabs have been removed, cover the holes with adhesives tape.
The disc may be upside down. Wipe the disc. Replace the disc if it is scratched, warped, or nonstandard. Condensation may have formed inside the unit due to a sudden change in temperature. Wait about an hour for it to clear and try again. There is a problem with the disc mechanism. (A power failure may have occurred.) The tray will open automatically. Remove the disc from the tray, and after ensuring there is no disc in the tray, close it. The unit will make the disc changing noises for a few moments and then it should operate normally. Press [CD Edit] to cancel one track edit recording and to select the required mode (AUTO-REC or OFF).
TAKE OUT/DISC appears on the display.
Only one track from the CD is recorded The remote control Remote control doesnt work.
Check the batteries are inserted correctly. Replace the batteries if they are worn.
1/17/01, 6:41 PM
The picture on the TV disappears or stripes appear on the screen.
The location and orientation of the antenna are incorrect. If you are using an indoor antenna, change to an outdoor antenna. The TV antenna wire is too close to the unit. Separate the antenna wire of the TV set from the unit.
Servicenter List (U.S.A.)
3/25/05, 1:42 AM
ONLY FOR U.S.A.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Sales Company, Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
Panasonic/Technics Audio Products Limited Warranty
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Sales Company (collectively referred to as the warrantor) will repair this product with new or refurbished parts in the event of a defect in materials or workmanship, free of charge, in the U.S.A. or Puerto Rico as follows (all time periods start from the date of original purchase): COMPACT DISC PLAYERS, DIGITAL VERSATILE DISC PLAYERS, RADIOS, RADIO CASSETTE PLAYERS/RECORDERS (with and without CD Players), CASSETTE RECORDERS, MICROCASSETTE RECORDERS/ TRANSCRIBERS, IC RECORDERS, RECEIVERS, TUNERS, AMPLIFIERS, SUBWOOFER AMPLIFIERS, TURNTABLES, CASSETTE DECKS, AUDIO PROCESSORS, EQUALIZERS, AUDIO MIXERS, REMOTE CONTROLS, HOME THEATER SYSTEMS (receiver/amplifiers, speakers), RACK SYSTEMS (receivers, tuners, amplifiers, cassette decks, CD players, equalizers, rack system speakers, EXCLUDING; audio racks)labor and parts for one (1) year. ALL AUDIO RACKS (cabinets)parts only 30 days. TECHNICS STAND ALONE SPEAKERS, SUBWOOFER SPEAKERS labor and parts for three (3) years. ACCESSORIESHEADPHONES, CARTRIDGES, MICROPHONES, ADAPTERSlabor and parts for ninety (90) days. BATTERIES(when applicable)New rechargeable batteries in exchange for defective rechargeable batteries for ten (10) days. Nonrechargeable batteries are not warranted. RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACKS(when applicable)New rechargeable battery packs in exchange for defective rechargeable battery packs for ninety (90) days. Non-rechargeable battery packs are not warranted. Carry-in or mail-in service in the U.S.A. can be obtained during the warranty period by contacting a Panasonic Services Company (PASC) Factory Servicenter listed in the Servicenter Directory. Or call toll free, 1-800-211-7262 to locate a PASC authorized Servicenter. Carry-in or mailin service in Puerto Rico can be obtained during the warranty period by calling the Panasonic Sales Company telephone number listed in the Servicenter Directory. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. A purchase receipt or other proof of date of original purchase will be required before warranty service is rendered. This warranty only covers failures due to defects in materials and workmanship which occur during normal use and does not cover normal wear to the stylus (when applicable) or a dealer installed cartridge or stylus. The warranty does not cover damages which occur in shipment or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor, or failures which result from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, faulty installation, misapplication, set-up adjustments, maladjustment of consumer controls, improper operation or maintenance, improper antenna, inadequate signal reception or pick-up, alteration, modification, power line surge, improper voltage supply, lightning damage, commercial use, such as; hotel, office, restaurant, or other business or rental use of the product, or service by anyone other than a PASC Factory Servicenter or a PASC authorized Servicenter, or damage that is attributable to acts of God. LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS There are no express warranties except as listed above. THE WARRANTOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO TAPES, RECORDS OR DISCS. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, you may contact your dealer or Servicenter. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write to the Consumer Affairs Department at the company address indicated above.
Notes: 1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate. 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer.
50 Hz 13 kHz 50 Hz 13 kHz 52 dB (A weighted) 0.18% (WRMS) Approx. 120 seconds with C-60 cassette tape
If the surfaces are dirty
To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. If the surface are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a soapand-water solution or a weak detergent solution. Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit. Before using chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully.
Do not attempt to remove the cover(s) or repair the unit yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
For product service, product information or assistance with product operation, refer to the servicenter directory.
For a cleaner crisper sound
Clean the heads regularly to assure good quality playback and recording. Use a cleaning tape (not included).
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Panasonic Professional Premiere Plasmas
Panasonic has just introduced a new range of plasmas called the Professional Premiere Series. It consists of two models to start out. These are Improved Pro Models. The contrast ratio measures twice as nice (60,000:1 to 30,000:1) the color gradation accuracy measures 28 1/2% better! Comes without built in tuner or speakers. All the money goes to giving you the best picture! Pioneer Elite folded up its tent in Feb of 2009. Panasonic saw the opening to go up stream to make FLAT OUT the best panels on the market! Premiere 65 $8000: 36 3/8h, 61 1/4w, 3 3/4"d: Optional stand $1000. Premiere 50 $4000: 28 1/2h, 47 5/8w, 3 3/4"d: Optional stand $500.
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2 B&W 600 Series 3 B&W CM Series, XT Series & Outdoor Speakers 4 B&W 800 Series 5 B&W Plasma Series, Minis, Architectural 6-7 Paradigm
8-9 Bryston PRO Plasmas! The PRO Plasma line is a distinct cut above 10-11 McIntosh the standard consumer series you see at the super stores. The PRO Plasmas dont come 12 Salamander Cabinets with a built in tuner or speakers. The money that might have gone into a tuner and speakers is allocated into the best possible GLASS & SCALER! Why do the Pro Plasmas 13 Naim provide a better picture? 14-15 Rotel The Glass: Panasonic manufactures its own, state of the art plasma panels. Panasonic 16-17 Marantz does not buy these panels from Gold Star or some generic Far East vendor and slap its 18 Classe, B&W Zeppelin name on them. Panasonic uses a unique panel technology with enhanced rib and electrode Mini, Panorama/ shapes to attain higher efficiency and brightness- measuring approximately 20% higher Remotes/Glow than other brands. Panasonic PRO-50p 19 B&W CTs, Black Velvet Real Gamma Control: Instead of using first stage, basic processing like other brands, Cables, GutWire Panasonic uses state of the art 16-bit (other brands use 14bit, 16bit measures 33% more precise in color accuracy) processing to process video signals all the way up to the gamma correction stage. 20 Rega, Last, Transporter New Real Black Creation: Panasonics patented New Real Black Creation circuitry provides the industrys best 21 Rogue/BAT contrast ratio by achieving state of the art black levels! 22 NAD/Grado/Tivoli/ Motion Noise Reduction Circuitry Visteon/Soft Line count isnt the most important characteristic of a flat panel. Scaler speed is more important so you dont get Panels/Nova blurring on motion- which is common on large panels. The MNR circuitry in the Pro Plasma responds in 1/600th of a 23 Cables: Kimber/Mogami/ second, providing a constantly sharp image. Binary/Trib Sub Pixel Controller Circuit 24 Abbey Road/Skywalker Panasonic has a new, separate circuit called Sub Pixel Controller which eliminates jagged or soft diagonal lines Ranch/Magnepan and produces smoother edges. Competitors process the RGB colors together. With Sub Pixel Controller Panasonic processes each color separately for a crisper picture. It actually measures 30% better in horizontal resolution. The result is a more natural looking image with cleaner lines. Panasonic has made the best plasma panels on the market for over a decade. When Pioneer Elite was in business, it used these same Panasonic Pro panels! One year warranty parts and labor. Flush Mount Bracket $300. Accessory Table Stand $300. All models have optional side mount speakers, $499pr, 4 3/8w. The 65 has higher end speakers and a heavier duty stand, noted below. Pro Plasmas PRO 42 $1300: PRO 42p $2400: PRO 50 $1900: PRO 50p $3500: PRO 58p $3700: PRO 65p $6300:
Panasonic PRO Plasmas
Panasonic Premiere 65
Panasonic Consumer Plasmas WITH table base, speakers & tuner: 24h, 40 1/4w, 3 1/2d (26 7/8h on stand) 720p WS-42 $1100: 26 1/8h, 40 5/8w, 4 3/8d (28h, 12 7/8d on stand) 24h, 40 1/4w, 3 1/2d (26 7/8h on stand) 1080p WS-46 $1400: 28 1/2h, 44 5/8w, 4 3/8d (30 5/8h, 15 3/8d on stand) 28 1/2h, 47 7/8w, 3 3/4d (31 1/8h on stand) 720p WS-50 $1500: 30 3/8h, 48w, 4 3/8d (32 3/8h, 15 3/8d on stand) 28 1/2h, 47 7/8w, 3 3/4d (31 1/8h on stand) 1080p WS-54 $1900: 32 3/4h, 51 3/4w, 4 3/8d (34 3/4h, 15 3/8d on stand) 33 1/4h, 55 1/8w, 3 7/8d (35 7/8h on stand) 1080p WS-58 $2400: 34 3/4h, 56 1/8w, 3 7/8d (36 3/4h, 15 3/8d on stand) 36 3/8h, 61 1/4w, 3 7/8d (39 7/8h on st)1080p WS-65 $3400: 38h, 62w, 4 1/8d (40h, 16 3/8d on stand) Stand $1000, Spkrs $1kpr Panasonic LCD TVs $ 900: 22 3/4h, 36 1/8w, 4d, (24 1/2h,11 3/8d on stand) LCD 32 $ 850: 20 1/4h, 31 1/2w, 4d, (21 3/4h, 8 5/8d on stand) LCD-26 $ 650: 17 1/4h, 26 3/8w, 4 3/4d (18 3/4h, 8 5/8d on stand)
Panasonic LCD Projector 1080p Version: $3500: Affordable projector with numerous, helpful adjustments! Ceiling Mounting Bracket $400 Panasonic Blu-ray Disc Player $350: (2 1/4h, 17w, 13d) Has Hi Res audio codecs on board!
Panasonic Blu-ray Disc Player Panasonic 1080p Projector
Sharp Aquos LCD TVs
Nice array of LCD TVs, all 16x9. 19" $450: 13 5/64h, 18 9/32w, 2 41/64d (14 7/32h, 7 59/64d on stand) 26" $650: 18 13/64h, 26 1/32w, 3 7/8d (20h, 9 9/16d on stand) 32" $1000: 19 49/64h, 30 13/64w, 3 19/32d (21 47/64h, 10 7/8d on stand) 40" $1200: 24 11/32h, 38 7/8w, 4 7/32d (27 1/16h, 12 1/16d on stand) 42" $1300: 25 3/8h, 39 3/4w, 3 7/8d (27 3/4h, 10 11/16d on stand) 46" $2100: 27 3/32h, 43 9/32w, 3 45/64d (29 3/32h, 13 45/64d on stand) 52" $2600: 30 1/8h, 48 3/4w, 3 3/4d (32 13/64h, 13 61/64d on stand) LTX 500 Projector: $8000: Mounting Bracket $400. Anthems new 1080p LCOS projector has a smokin 50:000:1 contrast ratio and runs quiet as a mouse!
B&Ws updated 600 Series has received rave reviews industry wide. The 685, 684 & 683 reviews have been over the top. Never have you been able to get so much performance for your dollar in an affordable, high end speaker line. Good Things That Are The Same The 600 Series incorporates expensive physics to generate more refined sound than the competition in this popular price range. Cabinet walls are one inch thick MDF and H-Braced to provide deep, tight bass. Thinner cabinet walls cant generate solid bass! Cast frame drivers use Kevlar and Aluminum instead of paper and plastic. The Kevlar and Aluminum materials are lighter, faster and stronger than paper or plastic. B&W has Dupont build a unique Kevlar material with a non directional weave to avoid standing waves within the cones. Then B&W applies two treatments to achieve a unique molecular structure with virtually no ringing character. The sound is cleaner and more taut than using plastic or standard Kevlar- yielding 600 Nautilus deep bass with good control. Flowport venting has radiused ports with golf ball type dimples to prevent 600 Mid Bass Tweeter chuffing or booming. The alum tweets use B&Ws patented Nautilus tapered tube wave guides to spirit away unwanted reflections. Nautilus Tweeters While the new Nautilus (tapered tubes to dissipate back wave) 600 tweets are still aluminum, they have a unique poly rolled surround to which they mount- eliminating edge reflection and distortion. The result is smoother, less aggressive sound. The imaging on these new 600s is better than ever. You dont have to sit in X marks the spot for a localized image! Powerful Magnets The new 600s use Neodymium (as opposed to ceramic) magnets just like the 800 series. The new magnets are smaller and stronger, providing more focused energy which sharpens clarity and imaging. Fixed Bullets 600 FST Midrange The Kevlar mids now used a Fixed Bullet wave guide design to insure linearity. Competitors just glue a dimple to the center of a plastic cone. Minimalist Crossovers The new 600s incorporate a minimalist crossover design- the fewest parts of the highest quality!
B&W 600 Series: Black Ash, Red Cherry or Wenge (Walnut)
686 $480pr: (10 7/16h, 6 11/16w, 9 7/8d) 5" Kev woof and 1" alum Naut tweet 686 is a working mans CM-1. Its a high quality mini for front, surround or stereo listening. Mounting bracket included. It is an impressive MINI monitor! 685 $650pr: (13 9/16h, 7 3/4w, 11 7/8d): 6 1/2" Kev woof and 1" alum Naut tweet 685 has much more gusto than 686. Its worth the extra size and price! 685 is a working mans 805! Mounting Bracket included. 24" heavy grade Floorstands run $150pr and are appropriate for 685 or 686. 684 $1100pr: (35 5/8h, 7 5/8w,11 5/8d) 6 1/2" Kev woof, 6 1/2" Kev mid, 1" alum Naut tweet 684 is B&Ws first speaker to use a 6 1/2" Kevlar mid and a 6 1/2" Kevlar woof! This is the most innovative of the new models due to the new Kevlar woof being introduced! 683 $1500pr: (38 5/8h, 7 3/4w, 13 3/8d) Two 6 1/2" Alum woofs, 6 1/2" Kev FST mid and 1" alum Naut tweet. 683 is a working mans 804! It is the first 600 Series speaker ever to use B&Ws patented FST surroundless Kevlar midrange driver! The subsequent detail and imaging set new standards for $1500! DS-3 Surrounds $425ea: (9 3/4h, 15w, 6d) 5" Kev woof, 1" alum Naut tweet, two 3" plasticized mids, black or white only. Ideal surround, monopolar or bipolar!
Shielded Center Speakers: Use As 3 Across or Center
HTM-62 $425ea: (6 3/4h,17 1/2w, 11 5/8d) Two 5 1/2" Kev woofs, 1" alum Naut tweet HTM-62 is becoming a rare breed of cat! Most companies creating moderate sized centers are going to injection molded plastic cabinets with lightweight drivers. HTM-62 is still a thick wooden design with substantial drivers. HTM-61 $650ea: (7 3/4h,21 1/2w,13 3/8d) 6 1/2" Kev woof, 6 1/2" Kev FST mid driver, 1" Alum Naut tweet HTM-61 is the larger, higher horsepower center. It is a nice match for 683 on up due to its use of the FST surroundless mid! LCR Stand $75 (16h, 9 1/2w, 12d)
Powered Subwoofers: Front Firing With Crossover Bypass Options!
B&W Plasma Speakers: Black or Silver
M-1 Micro Monitor $225ea: Black, Silver or White
In its quest for high quality performance from a small, attractive design, B&W has introduced the M-1. The enclosure is of heavy, cast aluminum. This is a substantial upgrade over thin walled plastic! M-1 is shielded and features a 4" Fiberglass woven mid/bass, and 1" Aluminum Nautilus tweeter! The sound is open, the imaging is precise. Heavy gage Floorstands in silver or black run $150ea. M-1 stands 43" tall on stand. Their design includes a mounting bracket and provision to hide wires which makes them nice for wall or ceiling mounting- fronts and surrounds. (9 5/8h, 4 1/2w, 6 3/4d)
Truth is, the vast majority of built-in speakers these days are car speakers slapped on a plastic plate. B&Ws architectural speakers are designed with the same CAD and modeling processes used in its higher end speakers. The result is- conspicuously better sound than what the generic guys give you! Many new models offer extremely high performance! Heavy duty, metal back boxes are available for most models, $120ea. The big guys need larger, more expensive models. Ask us for specifics. Rectangular: PMKs are Pre Mount Kits for new construction, $25-50ea. Signature 8NT $2125ea: 33h,10w: Two 7" Kev woofs, 6" FST Kev Mid, 1" alum Naut tweet CWM-8180 $1700ea: 20 5/8h,11 5/8w: 8" Rohacell woof,5" Kev mid, 1" alum Naut tweet CWM-LCR-8 $1250ea: 27 7/8h, 8 5/8w: Two 5" Kev mids,two 5" alum woofs, 1" alum Nt tw CWM-LCR-7 $625ea: 24 5/8h,6 7/8w: Three 4" Fglass woofs, 4" Kev mid, 1" alum Naut tw Signature 7NT $800ea: 14 5/8h,10w: 7" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum Naut tw, audiophile grade! CWM-DS8 $1575ea: 20 5/8h,11 5/8w: Dipole: 7" Kev, two 3" Kevs, 3 one" Tw CWM-800 $500ea: 14 5/8h,10w: 8" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum Naut tweet CWM-650 $375ea: 12 1/8h, 8 1/2w: 6 1/2" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum Naut tweet CWM-500 $250ea: 9h, 6 7/8w, 5" Kev mid/bass, 1" Poly tweet CWM-Cinema $450ea: 10h,14 5/8w: Center or 3 across! Shielded,two 5 1/4" Kevs,1" al. twt CWM-Cinema6 $350ea: 10h, 14 5/8w: As above but has two 6.5 fiberglass mid/woofs & silk tweet- more muscle at lower price, not quite as clean. CDS6S3 $450ea: 11 1/4h,14 3/4w: Dipolar:5" Kev,1"Al. Tw,Two 3" poly mids Round: CWM-8180 CCM-816 $600ea: 9" round: 6 1/2" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum tw, Projects towards you. CCM-817 $800ea: 10 3/4" round: 7" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum tw: Projects towards you. CCM-818 $800ea: 11" round, 8" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum tw: Projects towards you. Serves as ceiling mount front or rear spkrs of surround system! CWM-LCR-8 CCM-80 $375ea: 11" round: 8" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum tweet CCM-65 $275ea: 9 1/8" round: 6 1/2" Kev mid/bass, 1" alum tweet CCM-50 $200ea: 7 7/8" round: 5" Kev mid/bass, 1" poly tweet 8NT CCM-746s $450ea: 9 1/8" round, STEREO single spkr: 6 1/2" Kev woof, 2 1"Alum twts CCM-646s $325ea: 9 1/8" round, STEREO single spkr: 6 1/2" Fiberglass woof, 2 Poly tw
Monitor Series: Black, Cherry, Rosenut & Walnut
Monitor Series Shielded Centers: Black, Cherry, Rosenut
CC-190 $300ea: (7h, 22 3/16w, 10 3/16d) 93 dB The new CC-190 uses one 3 1/2" MICP mid, two 5 1/2" CIPC woofs, and the 1" Titanium tweet. This is a terrific performer at plastic center money! CC-290 $520ea: (7 13/16h, 26 3/4w, 11 7/16d) 94 dB The new CC-290 uses one 4 1/2" MICP mid, two 6 1/2" CIPC woofs, and Monitor 7 the 1" Titanium tweet. CC-390 $700ea: (8 1/2h, 39 w, 14 5/8d) 97 dB The new CC-390 uses two 4 1/2" MICP mids, four 6 1/2" CIPC woofs and CC-190 the 1" Titanium tweet. Surround Speakers: Black or White ADP-190 $250ea: (10 5/16h, 7 3/8w, 6 3/8d) 90 dB The new ADP-190 uses two 5 1/2" CIPC mid/woofs and two 1" Titanium tweets CC-290 ADP-390 $450ea: (10 15/16h, 14w, 6 15/16d) 90dB The new ADP-390 uses two 4 1/2" MICP mid drivers, one 7 1/2" CIPC woof and two 1" Titanium tweets.
Monitor 9 Monitor 11
Monitor Series Powered Subs
Paradigm introduces improved versions of the PDR subs, and a new line of DSP subs to replace the prior PS line! PDRs come in black or silver. DSPs black, cherry, rose & walnut. DSPs have Digital Signal Processing to EQ them at low volume. Many subs only contribute when theyre cranking away. The DSP Series is designed to provide balanced sound at low and moderate volumes as well. Youll hear- they really work! PDR-8 $300: (13 1/4h, 9 3/4w, 15d) 8" woof, 100w amp PDR-10 $400: (14 1/4h, 13 1/2w, 16 1/4d) 10" woof, 130w amp DSP-3100 $550: (15 1/2h, 12 1/4w. 15d) Classic sub, great value! 10" Cast woofer, 200w amp. This is THE GOODS! DSP-3200 $750: (17 1/2h, 14w, 17 1/2d) Larger brother, 12" Cast woofer, 300w amp. DSP-3400 $950: (21h, 15 3/4w, 19d) PDR-10 New 3400 has brand new, cast frame 14" woof with 300w RMS amp! Got a PDR-8 basement theater? This gorilla has your name on it!! UltraCube 10v2 $950: (12 15/16h, 11 1/2w, 11 1/2d) Black only. Has front firing 10" cast woof, one 10" passive and a 650w amp. UltraCube 10 provides substantial foundation to your music and movies in a small cabinet. V2 versions have USB ins for optional Perfect Bass Kit ($300). UltraCube 12v2 $1200: (15h, 14w, 14d) Black only. Has front firing 12" cast woof, two 10" passives and a 650w amp. Rock 60-SM $300ea: (12 1/2h, 11 1/8w, 10 3/4d) DSP-3100 Paradigms new outdoor speaker in Dark Granite (pictured), Sandstone or Fieldstone. These are STEREO rocks in one enclosure. Adding another rock does give you real stereo! Uses 6 1/2 woof and two 1" Titanium Tweets. Rock 80SM $450ea: (15 3/16h, 13 3/8w, 13d) As 60 above but has 7 1/2" woof instead of 6 1/2.
Ultracube 12 & 10
Reference Series: Newly Updated, V5! Black, Cherry & Rosenut
The brand new Reference Series is much more elegant in its real wood finishes and rounded cabinet designs. The Ref models steal technological innovations from their more expensive Signature Technology. These new models feature their G-PAL (Gold Anodized Pure Aluminum) tweeters and S-PAL (Satin Anodized Pure Aluminum Mid/Bass & Midrange Cones) drivers. The Ref Series is finished in bronzed cast aluminum for driver chassis, top plate, kick plate & feet to create
a much more elegant finish. Studio 10 $800pr: (12h, 7 7/8w, 11 7/8d) Piano Black, $900pr. Brand new to the line, Studio 10 is Paradigms Reference Mini Monitor! It features a 5 1/2" S-PAL mid/woof driver and 1" GPal Dome Tweet. J-29 floorstands, $400pr, S-26 stds $150pr. Studio 20 $1200pr: (14 5/8h, 8 7/8w, 13 1/8d) Piano Black, $1400pr. Studio 20 Studio 20 uses 7" S-PAL mid/woof, one 1" G-PAL tweet- big sound! J-29 floorstands $400pr. S-26 stands $150pr. Studio Studio continues the 20 tradition of powerful bass response and brilliant top end. Studio 60 $2000pr: (40 1/8h, 7 7/8w, 11 7/8d) Piano Black $2200pr. Studio 60 uses Studio 10s 5 1/2" mid & tweet, add two 5 1/2" Mineral Filled Polypropylene woofs and you have a solid tower with big dynamics! Note how narrow these guys are. You wont believe how big these sound- really! 92dB! Studio 100 $3000pr: (44 1/8h, 9 1/2w, 17d) Piano Black $3300pr. Studio 100 uses a 7" S-PAL mid, three 7" MLP woofs and the G-PAL tweet. S-100 is the real deal- the classic Paradigm Reference Tower in all its glory! PV: The 100s are highly sensitive speakers with about 93dB real world sensitivity. The 100s bass is very deep and authoritative with real ka-boom power- but its an accurate, detailed ka-boom, even with notes in the very bottom octaves down to about 14Hz. Surround Speakers: ADP-590 $700ea: (8 3/4h, 14 3/4w, 6 5/8d) Studio 60 Studio 100 Adapted Dipolar Surrounds: One 7" MLP woof, two 4 1/2" S-PAL mids, one G-PAL tweet. Shielded Centers: Black Ash, Cherry, Rosenut CC-490 $800ea: (8 3/8h, 19 1/4w,11 3/8d) Piano Black $900. The new CC-490 uses two 5 1/2" Mineral Filled Polypropylene woofs, one 3 1/2" S-PAL Mid and a 1" GPAL tweet. Big, solid sound from a medium sized center speaker! ADP-590 CC-590 CC-590 $1200ea: (9 3/8h, 26 1/4w, 12 5/8wd) Piano Black $1300. CC-590 uses two 7" MLP woofs, one 4 1/2" S-PAL mid, and a G-PAL 1" tweet. PV: Fire up Gladiator to experience a seamless, wide, tall, almost rectangular soundstage across the front of your home theater, with every word of dialogue easy to hear. CC-690 $1500ea: (10h, 37 1/4w, 16 1/2d) Piano Black $1650. CC-490 CC-690 The new CC-690 uses two 7" MLP woofs, two 7" S-PAL mid/woofs, one 4 1/2" S-PAL mid and one G-PAL tweet. A bruiser! Studio Esprit C $1100ea: (8 15/16h,26 3/8w,5 7/8d) On wall center to match Ref R&Ls, Two 7" poly woofs, 4 1/2" S-PAL mid, 1" G-PAL tweet. Or use for LCR. Powered Subs: Both models feature new RCR Ribbed Cone Reinforcement drivers! Esprit C SUB 15 $2800: (29 1/2h,19 1/2w, 22d) 15" RCR woof, 1700w amp! Piano Black $3000. Sub 12 Sub 15 SUB 12 $2000: (17 7/16h,16w, 21 1/2d) 12" RCR woof, 1700w amp! Piano Black $2200.
Bryston: Twenty (20) Year Warranty!
Stereo Preamps: Black or Silver BP-26 $3900: (Two Chassis Design: each is: 2 1/2h, 17w, 13d) BP-26 is Brystons top of the line preamp with outboard power supply. But instead of making the power supply a wall wart design, Bryston uses a full chassis called MPS-2. MPS-2 is outboard (runs $1400 a la carte and BP-26 can be added to Bryston BP-20 or 25) to eliminate interference and lower BP-26s noise floor and crosstalk. BP-26s remote is a chunk of aluminum! BP-26 with built in MM phono runs $4400, with MM/MC $5100. BP-26 with built in Bryston DAC runs $5100. BP-26 has 2 Bal inputs, 5 RCA ins, full tape loop, 1 set of Bal outs and 2 sets of RCA outs. Inner Ear: Bass is not only resolute, but delineates harmonics above the fundamentals- thats more musical and more pleasing. Midrange, the important frequency where most instruments and everything vocal takes place, was resolute in the older model. In the BP-26, resolution is maintained, however, along with fundamental information, harmonics add a musical flow, almost sweetness to the sound and this musicality doesnt come at a price, because inner detail, space and focus are preserved. The BP-26s high frequencies are outstanding. They are more graceful in nature, more organic in texture and performed without a hint of strain. The effortless reach into the highs completes musical information from start to finish and always with that special flow we call musicality. Selections from our usual CD collection from jazz, blues and classical music quickly revealed that sonic differences were less than dramatic, but clearly more musical with the Bryston DAC in the circuit. The Bryston DAC performed the digital functions flawlessly but regenerated those digits into very musical analogue information. Though we used the same transports the sonic attributes of the Bryston were immediately heard: more harmonics, more bloom and a touch better imaging. BP-6 $2350: (2 1/2h, 17w, 13d) Brystons entry level preamp, BP-6, sounds cleaner than most multi-thousand dollar competitors! With four RCA inputs and two RCA outputs, BP-6 is a slightly less feature laden version of Brystons venerable BP-25. Add $500 for built in MM phono, add $1200 for MM/MC. Clean, and quiet- just like BP-25! BP-6 BP-6 without remote runs $2000. BP 1.5 $3950: (2 1/2h, 17w, 13d) Phono Section Only For MM & MC. This stand alone phono preamp is as clean and quiet as it gets, for state of the art analog! Price includes the MPS-2 power supply which is necessary!
B-60R Integrated Amp $3000: 60 w/ch (1 3/4h, 17w, 10 1/2d) B-60R comes with remote. Add $500 for the MM phono stage. The preamp section is BP-6 with fewer inputs. B-60R has a tape loop and 4 high level ins. The amp section is 2B-LP, a stereo amp Bryston sells for $1750 alone. How can they put both of these units in B-60R for $3000?! Pre-out/Main-in horse shoe jacks.
Headphone jack. B-60R Stereophile: High end hifi is about this kind of transparency- about spatial resolution. Finally! Bravo Bryston! A landmark a reference a triumph a steal! B-100-SST-2 Integrated Amp $4250: 100 w/ch (4 3/4h, 17w, 16d) A big brother to B-60R! Runs $3900 without remote. Add $500 for MM phono or $1200 for on board DAC. Hifi & Records: The upper mid range is full-bodied yet crystal clear, authentic and very neutral. This is one of the most neutral integrated amplifiers that I have ever encountered, and one that deserves great respect. Absolute Sound: The review sample did 136 RMS. This shows Bryston are conservative in rating their products. Valve amplifier fans would most certainly like the B100s ability to almost B-100-SST-2 eliminate sold state glare and harshness. BDA-1 DAC $2000: (2 1/2h, 17w, 13d): TAS Golden Ear winner 2009! BDA-1 is a stand alone DAC that you can connect to almost any digital output. Its purpose is to breathe new life into your computer music or CD player. Inputs include USB, Coax, Optical, AES-EBU and BNC. BDA-1 has XLR and RCA outs. Visit bryston.ca/bda1_m.html for a thorough description of the techno solutions to digital problems. BDA-1 Brystons discrete Class A circuitry is the trick to a lot of the great sound! Make your computer files or CD player sound competitive with Brystons BCD-1 CD player! Allan Taffel of TAS: ATs new reference DAC. The Bryston BDA-1 reveals previously unattainable worlds of information about the sound and performance of the music it plays.
Mulit-Channel Power Amps: Squared! As Described on p 8
9B-SST-2 $6700: 120x5 (5 1/4h, 17w, 17 1/2d) 9B-SST-2 is also available in 3ch $4850, 4ch $5500. The 9B-SST-2 sounds so clean and clear youll be as thrilled as we are with its sound. All kinds of shenanigans are played with surround sound specs in our industry, so I decided to check the print out test that came with a 9B-SST-2. With all channels driven 9B-SST-2 simultaneously our demo put out 160w times 5 at.001%THD! SN Ratio was 116dB! While specs certainly dont tell you everything, start a little comparing. Check a few other tests, you cant trust manufacturer claims. Check power performance when all channels are driven from 20-20k. THD levels and SN ratio. Audio: When I listened to both amps in a matched level comparison, it was immediately obvious that this new Bryston surpassed the Krell very nearly across the board. Living with the excellent Krell had taken my systems sound to a new height, but the Bryston raises the bar significantly in all of the areas that I believe are most important to an amps sound (or rather, its lack of one). The most obvious improvement was in the bass. Overall, the sense I got from the Bryston was that its a more neutral and powerful amp than the Krell KAV-500, which itself is more neutral and powerful than just about any other five channel amp youre going to find at any price. I look forward to the months ahead as I begin to use the Bryston as my new reference amp because my system has never sounded nearly as good when the 9B-SST has been in the drivers seat! 6B-SST-2 $6800: 300x3 (5 1/4h, 17w, 17 1/2d): 3ch version of 4B-SST-2! 7B-SST-2 MonoBlock Reference Amp $4200ea: 600 watts mono! (5 1/4h, 17w, 11d) Whether in stereo or surround sound, when you want huge power and speaker control, run with the 7BSST-2, an industry classic! Since I was checking how our 9B-SST-2 did above, I thought Id pull the test sheet on a 7B-SST-2 while I was at it. It did an impressive 643 watts,.001 % THD, SN ratio 117dB! Stereophile: This MonoBlock captivated LG with its speed, drive, slam and superb control of the mid and upper mid bass. Open, exciting, transparent, dynamic, effortless- he inventoried, calling the 7 an amplifier that can handle any loudspeaker load, play wide dynamic range music effortlessly and excel in imaging and 7B-SST-2 soundstaging. A must audition for anyone who needs a new amplifier for driving high impedance electrostatic loudspeakers or dynamic speakers that seem somewhat bass shy. When KR compared it to the Moon W-5, he found the big Bryston made large dynamic contrast more seamless. 28B-SST-2 MonoBlock Reference Amp $8500ea: 1000 watts mono! (7h, 17w, 19d, 90lbs!) This is Brystons new Tyrannosaurus! At a kilowatt per channel of traditional Bryston sound quality, that ought to be enough, dont you think?! Stereophile: One of the most outstanding amplifiers at any price. No fewer than 1300w at clipping. The Bryston had the raw power to reproduce HUGE dynamic contrasts as well as the delicacy and sweetness to reveal emotionally evocative musical details. TAS Golden Ear Award! BCD-1 CD Player $2700 This long awaited single play red book player is just about every reviewers favorite CD player! With custom Bryston clocking and discrete class A line stage, BCD-1 has outstanding clarity and bass impact! (4h, 17w, 15d) 3 year warranty. BCD-1 TAS: Bryston boasts the neutrality and transparency for which the companys analog electronics are justly famous. Yet the sound is never analytical; tonal warmth, dynamic nuance, and timbral veracity see to that. The BCD-1 may well be the best value in the entire CD market. To be able to buy this level of construction- Brystons typical solidity plus impeccable fit and finish- and sonic performance for $2700 borders on the miraculous. It will be recognized as a landmark product of the CD era. HiFi+: It starts in the guts of the music itself- the bass. Here, the player is rigidly controlled, powerful and tactile, yet possessed of a very rhythmic drive to the sound. This precision is allied to a sense of musical enjoyment and insight both into the music and the performance thats very alluring. Its an earthy precision; you get the feeling of peering round the door of the recording studio control room, but you also get the feeling of musical entertainment rather than musical analysis. Ultimately, if this player doesnt stir the blood, you should get checked over for anemia. If you love music for the experience and use the words soul and feel or passion when talking about your music oh boy!
MDLP-2: 1080p Medium Throw Projector: Custom Konica Minolta Optics MDLP-2L: Same projector with long throw lens LK-3: Anamorphic Lens for MDLP
XRT2K: Six 8" Aluminum woofers, Sixty-four 2" Cone Mids, Forty 3/4" Titanium Dome Tweets XCS2K: Three 8" Alum woofers, Thirty-two 2" Cone Mids, Twenty 3/4" Titanium Dome Tweets XRT-1K: Two 10" Alum woofers, Forty-two 2" Cone Mids, Twenty-eight 3/4" Titanium Dome Tweets XCS-1K: Two 10" Alum woofers, Thirty-two 2" Cone Mids, Twenty 3/4" Titanium Dome Tweets XR-200: Three 8" Alum woofers, Twelve 2" Cone Mids, Seven 3/4" Titanium Dome Tweets
Salamander makes nice furniture grade AV cabinets that hide your equipment and wires. Door fronts are made of perforated steel which hide the equipment but permit the IR commands and AIR to pass through! The real wood finishes (Cherry, Black, Walnut & Maple, Metal supports Black or Silver) are attractive enough to go in beautiful homes. There are numerous options. Well cover our best sellers here. If you want to go deeper, visit www.salamanderdesigns.com. You can go to Custom Configurator and create your own unit under Synergy. Casters and feet are options. We dont think you need them. Cabinets come with nice puck like feet that slide pretty well! These prices are RTA (Ready to Assemble). We charge for assembly based on the unit you choose. Twins run $150. Triples run $225.
Synergy Line Twin 20: 21h, 44 1/2w, 19 3/4d: $906 Twin 30: 31h, 44 1/2w, 19 3/4d: $1026 Twin Riser: Add $269: Options: 9 5/8, 11 1/8, 12 1/8, 13 1/8 Twin Plasma Mount: Add $349: 42" or 50" plasma, up to 150lbs Triple 20: 21h, 65 3/4w, 19 3/4d: $1345 Triple 30: 31h, 65 3/4w, 19, 3/4d: $1465 Triple Riser: Add $369: Options: 9 5/8, 11 1/8, 12 1/8, 13 1/8 Triple Plasma Mount: Add $499: Accommodates up to 61" Plasmas, 180lbs. Quad 20: 21h, 87w, 19 3/4d: $1634 Quad 30: 31h, 87w, 19 3/4d: $1954 Quad Plasma Mount: Add $499 Single 30: 31h, 23 3/4w, 19 3.4d $687: Single 40: 41h $827 Synchro Furniture Mate $660: Universal floor-standing, flatpanel mount with manual or motorized swivel. Vesa compliant. Basic Stand (SY-FM-1 $660). Center of panel to floor minimum 41.45", maximum 47.25". Vertical Extension Kit $70 (MA/XLK-1). Center of panel to floor minimum 38.5, maximum 44.375".
Twin 20, Cherry Twin 30, Cherry
Triple 20, Cherry
Single 40, Cherry Synchro Furniture Mate
See salamanderdesigns.com/accessories/downloads/syfm1_specs.pdf Motorized Swivel $339 (MA-PMU1). Can hold up to 110lb panel. Not limited to use with Salamander!
These new cabinets come 92% assembled and can be configured in several different ways. Hampton Twin $1300 (24 1/4h, 45 1/4w, 21 3/4d) With Riser & Center Grill: 31 3/4h: $1500
Twin 20 with Riser
Triple w Center Spkr Slot $1900 (24 1/4h, 66w, 21 3/4d) (Center spkr slot 9h, 19 3/4w, 18 1/2"d)
Sonoma Twin $1300 (24 1/4h,44w, 21 3/4d)
With Riser & Center Grill: 31 3/4h: $1500
Triple w Center Spkr Slot $1900 (24 1/4h, 64 3/4w, 21 3/4d) (Center spkr slot 9h, 19 3/4w, 18 1/2"d)
While I dont believe in magic, the sound of the Naim integrated amps (especially) and CD players is just stunning for the money. The integrated amps provide bass impact and tautness that is quite simply, unsurpassed! The detail of the leading edge of attacks, whether piano, guitar, percussion again, is unmatched for the price tag. If you care a lot about music and need few creature features, you owe it to yourself to audition Naim! Nait 5i-2 Integrated Amp $1450: 50 w/ch (2 7/8h, 17w, 13d) Naim has made a Nait integrated amp for many years. But for most of that time the unit was only 30w/ch and had Euro DIN connections. They always sounded great, but people were distrusting that an amp rated at 30 w/ch could have any muscle. It did! Nait 5i-2 Now Nait 5i-2 has been introduced & beefed up to 50 w/ch. The disbelievers have been vanquished! You cant appreciate how muscular this is until you hear it on some substantial speakers. Naim is famous line-wide for its accuracy of rhythmic pace and punch! The new Nait has RCA connections (along with one DIN in case you buy the Naim CD-5i-2 CD player). It also comes with remote and has an MP-3 input jack on the front. It also connects your speakers via banana plugs. The Nait 5i-2 is now American-ized! It is made to be in a minimalist system. You cant add a bigger power amp or sub at line level. Robert Harley, TAS: If theres a better value in high-end electronics than the new Naim Nait, I have yet to discover it. What makes the Nait so special is the amplifiers ability to engage the listener musically. If I had to point to specific sonic characteristics of the Nait that make it so musically compelling, Id cite the amplifiers ability to present music as an interwoven tapestry of individual musical lines that gel into a coherent and meaningful whole. Even when driving highly resolving loudspeakers the Naits special magic is unmistakable. Many expensive separates lack Naims seductive musicality. That this sound quality is possible for $1450 is cause for celebration. Nait XS-2 Integrated Amp $2450: 60 w/ch (2 7/8h, 17w, 13d) As good a value as the Nait 5i-2 is above, the new Nait XS-2 may be even better! With a larger transformer, bigger filter caps and stronger output transistors, Nait XS-2 has discernibly more weight than the 5i-2. Musically, the Nait XS-2 sounds more like the SuperNait below, than the 5i-2. The XS-2 is also equipped with pre-outs and sub out, so you CAN add a larger amp or subwoofer some day. SuperNait Integrated Amp With Built in DAC $4500: 80 w/ch (3 1/2h, 17w, 13d) Nait XS-2 Everything youve read about the Naits above, you can transfer down to this paragraph. But you need to add about a third more CONTROL. In addition to the extra power, the SuperNait has outstanding, edge of the art DACs built in to decode signals from your CD player, Cable TV or Satellite Receiver. Having the fancy DACs on board make SuperNait a great value because you can run your fairly generic CD player (& cable/satellite box) through it and get much improved results. SuperNait Stereophile: The new Naim sounded especially rich in its lower registers- the sheer thrum of Newsoms Lyle and Healy harp was superb, with very good bass weight and depth. It nailed the color of the bass and the reeds too. I was sold on the SuperNait- the concept and execution. CD5i-2 CD Player $1600: (2 7/8h, 17w, 13d) Weve sold Naim CD players for many years. The new CD5i-2 has Naims traditional rhythm & pace characteristics. Its also built like a tank, which is vital to a CD players accurate tracking and longevity. It has RCA outs to connect to non Naim gear, and a DIN out to shake hands in the Naim manner with the Nait or SuperNait above. CD5i-2 Gramophone: The last generation CD-5i was an exceptional player for the money and most of its basic building blocks remain in place, including the swing arm loading tray, unique to Naim players. Also retained is the transformer, with its separate windings for the digital and analog sections of the player, no fewer than 13 regulated power supplies, and the master clock, designed for very low jitter. Theres fine detail and that electrifying sense of detail, presence and space in a big orchestral disc, but not a hint of anything mechanical or false going on. The sound is simply more real, making some rival players sound rather unnatural or over-processed. This is the most organic sounding entry level Naim player yet. CD5-XS CD Player $3150: (2 7/8h, 17w, 13d) The new CD5-XS CD player is a nice notch up from CD5i-2. With a larger power supply, fancier DACs, HDCD decoding and Coax digital out, CD5-XS is the perfect mate for Nait XS-2 or SuperNait. You achieve a noticeable improvement in performance running DIN to any Nait! High CD5-XS quality DIN cable is included. Naim Headline Headphone Amp $1190: (2 1/4h, 4 7/8w, 7 3/8d) We have some customers who are connoisseurs of the headphone world. Price includes necessary Naim NAPSC-2 power supply. The new Naim Headline is getting raved industry wide! OnHeadphone, Every now and then, one gets to review something special. A product that not only talks the talk, but stomps all over everything in its path. Vocals explode inside your head and you lose yourself in the moment. There is a richness that you Headline Headphone Amp can reach out and touch. It just flows, magnificently. It is as good as it gets. Naim Uniti $3750: (3 1/2h, 17w, 13d) Hot off the presses is the Naim Uniti. In one box it is, take a deep breath: an FM-Internet tuner, a 50 w/ch amp (Nait 5i-2), a built in CD Player (CD5i-2) a wireless streamer, with an IPOD friendly mini jack on the front, with an on board DAC that can even shake hands with other digital sources. It has a USB in on the front and headphone amp too. Has pre out and 2 sub outs. All you need is a pair of speakers! Uniti NAT05-XS FM Tuner $1750: (2 7/8h, 17w, 13d) Smooth FM tuner matching XS stack above! FlatCap XS Power Supply $1200: (2 7/8h, 17w, 13d) Dual Rail power supply which connects to the Nait XS-2 integrated amp and CD5-XS CD player above to improve dynamics and imaging.
All Models Available in Silver or Black: 5 Year Warranty
Stereo Preamps With Remote
Stereo Power Amplifiers: 5 Year Warranty!
RB-1510 $600: 65 w/ch (2 1/8h, 17w, 13 1/4d) This is a welcome addition to the line, an inexpensive Class D amp that is appropriate for custom installation applications. It is small, runs very cool and is quite stable. It is an especially strong choice when you have long wire runs- for whole house or OUTSIDE speaker applications. It is solid for any RB-1510 stereo application, single pair of speakers or up to four rooms. RB-1562 $800: 100 w/ch (4h, 17w, 13 3/8d) RB-1562 is an audiophile grade Class D amp. It is cleaner, more detailed and more reliable than any of the AB amps in its price range! It is smaller and runs cooler than the traditional AB designs! Two sets of binding posts for bi-wiring ease. RB-1562 is a great, budget amp. It sounds enough better than RB-1510 RB-1562 that you should go for it when running a single pair of speakers for best sound. RB-1552 $900: 120 w/ch (5 1/2h, 17 1/8w, 15d) RB-1552 is a solid sounding Class AB amp! At 120 w/ch it can drive most speakers out there with a robust sound! Being an AB design, the bass is a bit larger and rounder than the Class D design. The amp will run significantly warmer than RB-1562, so if ventilation is limited, RB-1562 is a better choice. RB-1552 RB-1572 $1300: 250 w/ch (4h, 17w, 13 3/8d) RB-1572 is a Rotels top Class D audiophile amp. With 250 w/ch for $1300, this is a great choice for listeners who like to drive their systems. With rocket speed, stability and cool operation, RB-1572 will be tough to beat with loads of power and race car speed! Two sets of binding posts for bi-wiring ease. RB-1572 If you challenge your amp, you need RB-1572! RB-1572 is tough as nails and because heat will NOT be an enemy, RB-1572 is a marvelous choice for stereo or theater applications where the user just might (!) push the envelope! Note, it is the stereo match for RMB-1575 below. RB-1582: 200 w/ch (4 3/4h, 17 1/8w, 13 1/8d) RB-1582 is Rotels new brick outhouse of a Class AB audiophile amp. RB-1080 was esteemed for years as a great performer/value. RB-1582 runs 200 w/ch and can drive any speaker going! If you prefer AB sound, this is RB-1582 your amp! The difference in sound between this 200 w/ch AB amp, vs the RB-1572 Class D amp, is that RB-1582 sounds thicker and heavier in the bass. Hence if you are running speakers like B&W 805/4/3 without a sub, RB-1582 is a great choice. If you are running the above speakers and have a sub, I would lean to RB-1572 because its sound is a tinge faster, leaner, and the amp will run cooler and have better prospects for years of operation without issue,
New Tweeters The CT-700s incorporate a newly designed, cloth domed, Nautilus (tube loaded) tweeter. The tweets have great power handling, are extended- but not bright on top! New Mid-Woofers The CT-700s use a new, blue, Kevlar midrange/woofer. The new drive elements are more efficient than what B&W could manufacture in the past! The extra sensitivity makes CT-700s very friendly with a wide array of surround receivers, as well as big time separates! B&Ws Kevlar isnt the same as what you see from the few other competitors that use Kevlar. B&W has a custom made, non directional weave to break up modal resonance. The cones are then treated with two proprietary coatings that cure and help B&W achieve the precise molecular blend they are after. Braced Cabinets The CT-700 Series incorporates B&Ws Braced Cabinet design. While competitors just lay some dacron into rectangular boxes to slow down the ringing, B&W installs H bracing to make the cabinet extremely solid and non resonant. In English parlance, the cabinets dont talk. The H bracing isnt quite as thorough as B&Ws Matrix design (used in the 800 series) but it is a significant improvement over traditional enclosures. CT-7.3 $1500ea: (14 1/4h, 23 7/8w, 10 1/2d) 92 dB SPL CT-7.3 uses two 8" Kevlar/Pulp Fiber woofers coupled to Dual Flowports, one 6" FST surroundless Kevlar midrange driver, and one 1" Cloth Dome Nautilus Tapered Tweeter. Please note that the use of the FST midrange driver brings the performance of the 7.3 a nice step above its less expensive little brothers! CT 7.3 CT-7.4 $1000ea: (13 1/2h, 17 1/2w, 10 1/2d) 94 dB SPL CT-7.4 uses two 6 1/2" Kevlar bass/midrange drivers coupled to Dual Flowports, one 1" Cloth Dome Nautilus Tapered Tweeter. CT-7.5 $600ea: (12h, 17 1/2w, 10 1/2d) 92 dB SPL CT-7.5 has one 7" Kevlar bass/midrange driver coupled to Dual Flowports; one 1" Cloth Dome Nautilus Tapered tweeter. CT 7.4
CT-SW10 $750ea: (14 1/4h,13 3/8w, 10 3/8d) 10" Kevlar/Pulp Fiber Long Throw Woofer, Accepts 1000w! No amp on board. CT-SW-12 $1000: (18 3/8h, 15 5/8w, 10 3/8d) 12" Kevlar/Pulp Fiber Long Throw Woofer, Accepts 1000w! No amp on board. CT-SW-15 $1350: (21 3/4h, 21 3/4w, 10 3/8d) New 15" version of above! SA-1000 Subwoofer Amp $1500: 1000w Class D amp that will comfortably drive two subwoofers. The above subs are passive to save space for customers who want to mount them in walls. SACT SWis the ideal companion amp to drive them!
B&W CT-800 Series Speakers
B&Ws top new Custom Theater speakers with Matrix Cabinetry! CT-8LR $15,000ea: (43 3/8h, 12 3/4w, 21 3/4d)187lbs 93dB, 1 1/4" alum Naut Tweet, 6" FST Kev Mid, Two 10" Rohacell Woofs CT-8CC $15,000ea: (12 3/4h, 43 3/8w, 21 3/4d) 187lbs 93dB, 1 1/4" alum Naut Tweet, 6" FST Kev Mid, Two 10" Rohacell Woofs CT-8DS $11,000ea: (43 3/8h, 12 3/4w, 9 7/8d) 165lbs 93dB, 1 1/4" alum Naut Tweet, 6" FST Kev Mid, Two 10" Rohacell, 6 4"Mids CT-8.4 LCRS $4000ea: (24 3/4h, 12 3/4w, 7 3/8d) 47lbs 88dB, 1 1/4" alum Naut Tweet, 6" FST Kev Mid, One 8" Rohacell Woof CT-8.2 LCRS $6000ea: (39 3/8h, 12 7/8w, 11 7/8d) 92 lbs 92dB, 1 1/4" alum Naut Tweet, 6" FST Kev Mid, Two 8" Kev/Pulp Fiber Woofs CT-8SW $3500ea: (18 3/4h, 18 3/4w, 18 3/4d) 77lbs 15" Rohacell Woof, 90dB, No amp on board.
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