100 Watts Total: 50 Watts per channel x 2 (RMS 10% THD,
2 Way Main Speakers with huge 6 3/10" Woofers for
Maximum Bass A two driver design helps ensure audio
accuracy by providing a greater frequency range. The
speaker's crossover splits the frequency band into three
ranges: bass frequencies to the woofer, treble frequencies go
to the tweeter and the middle frequencies are sent to a third
drive commonly referred to as the midrange.
3 Disc CD Changer with Play Exchange A feature that allows 2
discs to be changed while the third continues to play.
CD-R/CD-RW with MP3 Playback Capability Plays back MP3
files recorded onto CD-R/RW discs.
Piano Key Single Cassette Often referred to as a "soft-touch"
design, a full-logic transport's controls require less effort to use
than older style mechanical transports.
Tuner with 20 FM/10 AM Station Presets Provides easy access
to the most listened to radio stations.
4 Preset EQ settings Creates enhanced sound modes for
differnt types of music, such as rock and pop.
PC/Audio In for Digital Music Players or PC Input An exciting
new feature that takes music playback beyond tape and CD. It
allows simple plug-and-play integration with a digital music
device or PC via a 2.5 mm jack.
Bass Reflex Speaker System A type of speaker enclosure that
includes a "tuned" port to increase and extend bass response
(by releasing some of the energy created by the inward
movement of the woofer cone).
Synchronized CD/Cassette Dubbing Starts cassette recording
when compact disc playback begins
Two Timer Modes Provides a Sleep and Wake timers for ease of
Type of Use: Shelf System
Tray Type: Tray Loading 3 Disc CD Changer with Play Exchange
(Semiconductor Laser 780nm)
Disc Capacity: 3
Digital-to-Analog Converter: 1 Bit
Frequency Response: CD: 20-20000Hz (±0.5dB); Cassette: 50-
Format(s) Supported: CD-DA, CD-R/RW, CD's WITH MP3 Playback
Tuning: Auto Scan Radio
Antenna System: AM: Loop Antenna, FM: Lead Antenna
Tape System: 4 Track, 2 Channel Stereo Cassette, CD
Frequency Range: AM: 530-1710kHz; FM: 87.5-108.0MHz
CD Play Mode(s): Program, Shuffle, Repeat
Station Preset(s): 30 (10 AM, 20 FM)
Sound Enhancer: Groove Bass Boost Function, Virtual Surround
Equalizer: 9 Presets (Rock, Pop, Jazz, Dance, Soul, Oriental,
Reggae, Salsa, Samba), 3 Personal File Settings
Tape Operation: Full Logic Dual Cassette Deck
Tuner Type: FM/AM Superheterodyne Tuner
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Timer Events: Record/Play/Sleep (Wake-up or Fall Asleep To
Music-Select from 10 Timed Shut Offs)
Power Save Mode: Yes
Remote Control: Yes (Remote Commander®)
Power Requirements: AC 120V, 60Hz
Output Power: 100 Watts Total: 50 Watts per Channel x 2 (RMS
10% THD, 120-10 kHz)
Power Consumption: 205W
Battery Type: Remote: "AA" x 2
Power Handling Capacity: With 6 ohms loads, both channels
driven from 120-10000 Hz; rated 150 W per channel-minimum
RMS power, with no more than 10% total harmonic distortion
from 250 milliwatts to rated output.
Speaker System: 3 Way, 3 Unit, Bass Reflex Type
Speaker Dimensions: 2" (5cm)
Woofer Size(s): 5.1" (13cm); 5.1" (13cm) (Subwoofer)
Inputs and Outputs
Analog Audio Input(s): 1 (Rear, Stereo Mini)
Headphone Input(s): 1 (Front, Stereo Mini)
PC Audio Input(s): Yes
Antenna Terminal (AM Loop): 1 (Rear)
Antenna Terminal (FM 75 Ohm): 1 (Rear)
Weight: Speaker: 8 lbs 6 oz (3.8 Kg) (each x 2); Main Unit: 22 lbs 1
oz (10 Kg)
Measurements: Speaker: 9 1/16 x 13 7/12 x 9 1/4" (230 x 345 x
235mm) (each x 2); Main Unit: 11 x 12 4/5 x 16 13/14" (280 x
325 x 430mm)
Remote Commander® Remote Control (RM-SC50)
AM Roop Antenna
FM Lead Antenna
UPC Code: 027242681262
1. CD-R/RW media/formats are not universally compatible.
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Last Updated: 10/08/2007