La Boite concept LX Turntable and speaker Supakitch
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Dimensions69 cm x 48 cm x 79 cm
Technical InformationSound level: 104 dB
Maximal surface area covered: 200 m2
5 channels reach an overall power of 315 watts (system 4.1). 5 Class D amplifiers with a hifi power on 8 ohms with 0,1% THD of 180 real watts: 1 x 90 watts + 2 x 25 watts + 2 x 20 RMS real watts.
Front: 2 x fiberglass mid-range with aluminium cone
Back : 2 x tweeters TWZ WS 3.0® with cones and bullet equipped with internal convex deflectors
Underneath : 1 x bass reflex woofer with long excursion cellulose pulp cone.
Carbon arm with OM10 cartridge
33 / 45: manual adjustment of the belt
1 x AUX 3,5mm
1 x RCA and RCA phono preamplifier (connection to of the traditional turntable)
Bluetooth 4.2 connection
Integrated Apt-X codec.
DAC digital inputs:
1 x Wolfson optical input (24bits/192kHz) Toslink SPDIF to connect CD player or Box and TV without latency between voice and voice and image
1 x USB input for computer
1 x headphone output
1 x powered storage space: 2 x USB power outlets
USB and a 220 V power outlet.
A holding band allowing the attachment of an induction induction charger
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Understanding the Kelvin (K) rating is crucial for creating an optimal lighting environment. The color temperature of light influences visual comfort, task efficiency, and mood. Higher Kelvin values suit focused workspaces, while lower values are best for relaxed settings.
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