La Boite concept Cube Loudspeaker Side Table
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Dimensions47 cm x 35 cm x 49 cm
Weight17 kg200 W
Technical InformationSound level: 93 dB
Maximal surface area covered: 150 m2
3 channels totaling 200 Watts.
RMS hifi power under 8 ohms at 0.1%
THD: 100 watts (Class D, DSP, 21.1x50 watts + 2x25 watts).
Speakers: The Cube has 3 speakers:
1 front speaker for the bass and 2 rear speakers incorporating the Wide Sound® 2.0 immersive technology + 2 x aluminium vent ports.
Inputs: A mini-jack (3.5mm) input is located on the desk pad of the Cube near the control knobs. The Bluetooth 4.0 Codec Apt-X built-in. Under the cube (above the shelf) there are inputs that connect devices: An analog RCA input, a digital optical input toslink (DAC 24-bit 192Khz), to connect CD player or Box and TV without any delay between the voice and the image.
Product CodeCube OAK
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