RMS rated power RMS (Root mean square) is a measure of the continuous power required by a device, in particular audio amplifiers and loudspeakers.
Recommended usage What the product should be used for, and how it should be used (e.g. ambient temperature).
Amplification device included The product has an amplification device, which is used to strengthen a signal(s).
Amplification device type
Amplification device form factor
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) Total harmonic distortion is a measure of non-linear harmonic distortion and is given in %. Non-linear harmonic distortions are signals which were not present in the original before the signal was converted by the headphones. These unwanted signals are caused by the diaphragm, whose movements do not precisely move in time with the electric signals that cause it to move. Unfortunately, this is a feature of all electroacoustic transducers. Although it cannot be completely eliminated, suitable steps can be taken to minimise it. However, the user is not interested in why this distortion takes place but in how great the level of distortion must be for it to become perceptible. According to the findings of several research projects, a total harmonic distortion of 1% in the frequency range of 100 to 2000 Hz is imperceptible. Below 100 Hz, the perceptibility threshold lies at 10%.
Amplifier/receiver input interface type
3.5 mm jack,RCA
Number of satellite speakers The quantity of satellite speakers. These are speakers used in surround-sound systems that are intended to be placed around a center channel speaker, as a part of a technique to recreate "three-dimensional" immersive sound; they tend to be smaller than the center speaker, and often contain audio to the left, right, and behind of the center channel.
Satellite speakers RMS power This is a measure of the continuous power (RMS power) produced by a satellite speaker.
Satellite speaker frequency range
150 - 20000 Hz
Satellite speaker impedance
Satellite speaker dimensions (WxDxH)
64 x 112 x 140 mm
Subwoofer frequency range The range of frequencies (low-high sounds) produced by a subwoofer, which is a loudspeaker which produced bass sounds (low frequency).
20 - 170000 Hz
Subwoofer driver diameter (imperial)
10.2 cm (4")
Bass reflex Type of loudspeaker enclosure that uses the sound from the rear side of the diaphragm to increase the efficiency of the system at low frequencies as compared to a typical closed box loudspeaker or an infinite baffle mounting.
Subwoofer dimensions (W x D x H)
158 x 252 x 225 mm
Weight & dimensions
|Product Condition||Brand New/Unused|
|Stock Availability||Available for Shipping|
|Warranty Period||1 Year Warranty|
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