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Nakamichi SoundSpace 8 Home Theater Music System, Aurora, IL

Nakamichi SoundSpace 8 Home Theater Music System

This is new in the box, never installed. Still in plastic...

Asking $800/obo, local p/u is Aurora, IL 60502 and I can ship.

I accept Cash or PayPal

The SoundSpace 8 represents a clear departure from conventional audio component design. Compact and streamlined, the system occupies a minimum of space and conforms with today's contemporary interiors. The main system unit, satellite speakers and subwoofer, can be positioned almost anywhere that's convenient; a desk, bookshelf or even floor. Both main system unit and satellite speakers can even be wall-mounted to further save space. SoundSpace 8's remarkable design allows you to economize on space without compromising on sound.

By combining all necessary functions in one easy to assemble compact system, extraordinary sound can be yours in just a matter of minutes. Due to its user-friendly control panel, operation is a breeze.

Despite its small size, SoundSpace 8 delivers the concert hall experience and conveys the orchestra's realism, atmosphere and presence all while complementing your living environment. Never before could you expect such extraordinary sound from a system so compact.

Features and Specifications:

Main System Unit

CD Changer/Control Amplifier Section

CD Player 5-disc MusicBank System

D/A Converter 20-bit Dual D/A Converter with 8-times oversampling digital filter

Frequency Response 5 - 20,000 Hz ± 0.5 dB

Total Harmonic Distortion 0.005% or less (1kHz, 0 dB)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio Better than 95 dB (A-weighted, input shorted)

Dynamic Range Better than 95 dB

Channel Separation Better than 90 dB (input shorted)

Control Amplifier Section


Continuous sine wave power output Satellite speakers: 10 W x 2 Subwoofer: 20W

Total Harmonic Distortion Less than 0.1% (1 W)

Inputs 3 (MD, Tape, Aux)


Outputs 2 (L/R channels)

Recording Outputs 2 (MD, Tape)

Optical Digital Output 660 nm, - 18 dBm

Tone Controls

Bass 20 Hz ±10 dB

Midrange 1 kHz ±10 dB

Treble 20 kHz ±10 dB

Loudness 100 Hz +7 dB / 10 kHz +5 dB

AM/FM Tuner Section

FM Section (All RF levels in microvolts given re: 75-ohm antenna input. Modulation: Mono 100%, Stereo Pilot: 10%, Stereo Audio Signal: 90%)

Frequency Range 87.5 - 107.9 MHz in 200-kHz steps

IHF Usable Sensitivity 14 dBf/2.7 µV (mono, IHF)

50-dB Quieting Sensitivity 22 dBf/6.9 µV (mono)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio

Mono Better than 72 dB at 65 dBf

Stereo Better than 68 dB at 65 dBf

Frequency Response 30-15,000 Hz +1, -3 dB

Total Harmonic Distortion

Mono Less than 0.4% (1 kHz)

Stereo Less than 0.6% (1 kHz)

Stereo Separation Better than 40 dB (1 kHz)

FM Presets 20

AM Section (Modulation: 400 Hz, 30 %)

Frequency Range 530 - 1710 kHz in 10-kHz steps

Sensitivity 55 dB µ/m

Signal-to-Noise Ratio Better than 50 dB (90 dBµ/m)

Total Harmonic Distortion Less than 1% (90 dBµ/m)

AM Presets 10

Satellite Speaker

Enclosure 2 - Way Sealed Type

Speaker Unit

Midrange Driver 5 cm Round Cone x 2 Magnetic-Shielded Type

Tweeter 2.5 cm Semi-Dome Magnetic-Shielded Type

Subwoofer System with Built-in Amplifiers

Enclosure Bandpass Type

Speaker Unit

Woofer Driver 16 cm Round Cone Magnetic-Shielded Type

Remote Control Unit (Main and Sub Remote Control Unit)

Principle Infrared Pulse System

Power Supply DC 3 V (1.5 V x 2)

Power Source AC 110 - 120V or

Power Consumption 68 W maximum

Dimensions

Main System Unit 15-3/16 (W) x 7-5/16 (H) x 4-5/16 (D) inches

Satellite Speakers (ea.) 3-1/8 (W) x 7-5/16 (H) x 3-15/16 (D) inches

Subwoofer System with Built-in Amplifiers 9-1/16 (W) x 20-1/16 (H) x 9-5/8 (D) inches

Main Remote Control 2-3/16 (W) x 3/4 (H) x 7-3/16 (D) inches

Sub Remote Control 1-15/16 (W) x 1 (H) x 4-15/16 (D) inches
 

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Nice Stereo!!! I bet that thing sound's incredible! Good luck with your sale! :)
 

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Thanks...It really is nice.

When we bought it, we thought it would fit in a certain place and it does not. A friend has the same on and I think it is around 5 years old and still sounds brand new. New it was $14XX, so this is a great price. If the economy was not so bad, we would just keep it.
 
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