Artcoustic SUPERSTAR – play your portable music with visual pleasure

arcoustic-superstarThe SUPERSTAR is an all-in-one stereo music centre with state-of-the-art superb sound quality and endless design options. Your music should sound amazing every time you play it and with the SUPERSTAR you hear every detail as intended!

The SUPERSTAR is the latest product in the Artcoustic range and unlike other all-in-one high-end systems, the SUPERSTAR is compatible with any digital source. It is very easy to use – simply plug in your source and play. The interchangeable front screen gives you the freedom to choose the look of the front of the speaker, to personalise your SUPERSTAR and complement your interior, then change it whenever you like!

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SUPERSTAR iPod® Music Centre is suitable for

2-channel stereo
max SPL 1m 106dB max SPL 4m 102dB
Restaurant – bar – fixed installation – boardroom, auditorium
max. SPL 1 m 106dB max SPL 4 m 102dB
Dimensions: 650 H x 500 W x 130 D mm
-Amplifier 2 x 150watt into 8ohm
-Optional cooling fan
-Bass Eq. @ 45Hz flat, +3dB, +6dB
-Crossover, full range, 80Hz. 120Hz
-Bridged, mono and stereo switch
-RCA left and right input terminals
-DIN input (Bang & Olufsen ready)
-Auto turn on/turn off
-Input sensitivity volume control
-iPod USB charger

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Source: Arcoustic


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