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Cambridge Audio Minx S325

Minx S325 home cinema system.

1199 € / tk
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Developed to meet the needs of the most obsessive movie lover, this diminutive 5.1 system puts you right in the heart of the action without having to share your home with ugly black boxes.

With the addition of a second drive unit in each satellite speaker, this amazing home cinema package delivers even greater depth and dynamics and instantly reveals its muscle as soon as the music, dialogue and effects begin.

The Minx 325 system is also a true ace of bass thanks to an even more potent 300 Watt digital subwoofer.

Developed to engulf even the largest of rooms the amazing Minx 325 system will enrich your love for music and movies like never before.

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Min 21 satellite speaker  
Frequency Response: 120Hz-20kHz
Impedance: 8 Ohms compatible
Recommended amplifier power 25 - 200W *
Drive units: 1 x 2.25” BMR
1 x 2.25" longthrow woofer
Dimensions (H x W x D): 154 x78 x 85mm
(6.0 x 3.1 x 3.3”)
Weight: 0.75kg (1.65lbs)
Finishes: High gloss black
High gloss white


* Using a high powered amplifier lower down its volume scale results in lower distortion and better sound. Of course if you hear a distorted sound or mechanical ‘crack’ as the speakers hit their end stops, you are playing the
speakers too loud and this may cause damage. With an AVR the Min11/21 speakers should be set to ‘small’ with a crossover frequency of 140Hz. In this configuration, power handling is considerable increased.


X300 subwoofer
 
Power Output: 300W
Frequency Response: 33Hz (-6dB) – 200Hz
Crossover: Active – variable 50Hz-200Hz
Drive units: 1 x 8" subwoofer
1 x 8" passive radiator
Dimensions (H x W x D): 311 x 266 x 278mm
(12.4 x 10.5 x 11.0")
Weight: 7.5Kg (16.5lbs)
Finishes: High gloss black
High gloss white

 

 
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