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The shimmering, brushed stainless steel Arc Horizontal bears more than a passing resemblance to its two cousins in the altogether shinier Aquarius family. Single or double rows of ovoid tubes with smooth, polished tops combine to form a high output radiator that beautifully balances enchanting visual appeal with practical performance. Select from five widths, and as you feast your eyes on the wisdom of your choice, be reassured by the 10 year guarantee.

Height (H) (mm)

Width (L) (mm)

ARCS 60-57

Model

600

570

ARCS 60-80

600

800

ARCS 60-10

600

1000

ARCS 60-12

600

1200

ARCS 60-15

600

1500

ARCD 60-57

600

570

Heat Output Δt 50oC

ARC H SINGLE

Watts

BTUs

Watts

BTUs

Fuel – Central Heating Electric Dual Fuel

No. Of Tubes

Wall To Front Face (mm)

Pipe Centres (R1) (mm)

Wall To Pipe Centres (mm)

Brushed Stainless (Ex VAT)

440

1501

554

Heat Output Δt 60oC

1890

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9

92

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50

314

636

2170

801

2733

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13

92

L+VALVES

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365

832

2839

1048

3576

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92

L+VALVES

50

392

929

3170

1171

3995

CH

19

92

L+VALVES

50

407

1174

4006

1479

5046

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24

92

L+VALVES

50

502

760

2593

958

3269

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18

113

L+VALVES

70

520

ARC H DOUBLE ARCD 60-80

600

800

1013

3456

1276

4354

CH

26

113

L+VALVES

70

698

ARCD 60-10

600

1000

1435

4896

1808

6169

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32

113

L+VALVES

70

733

ARCD 60-12

600

1200

1597

5449

2012

6865

CH

38

113

L+VALVES

70

789

ARCD 60-15

600

1500

2027

6916

2554

8714

CH

48

113

L+VALVES

70

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Materials: Stainless Steel

Guarantee: 10 Years

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Stock Finishes: Brushed Stainless Steel With Polished Tops

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Like a towering pillar from the lost city that inspired its name, Atlantis rises majestically to greet its admirer’s gaze with slender, imposing tubes. Guaranteed for 25 reassuring years, the high output Atlantis is available in various heating options and offered in either a vertical version, as shown here, or horizontal, as featured on the previous page. Choose from five widths with 5, 7, 10, 12 or 15 tubes and either polished or brushed stainless steel finishes.

Model ATLANTIS V AT 15-24 AT 15-34 AT 15-49

Height (H) (mm)

Width (L) (mm)

1500

240

1500 1500

340

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BTUs

Watts

BTUs

Fuel – Central Heating Electric Dual Fuel

No. Of Tubes

Wall To Front Face (mm)

Pipe Centres (R1) (mm)

Wall To Pipe Centres (mm)

Brushed Stainless (Ex VAT)

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Heat Output Δt 50oC

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737

2516

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75-90

200

25-40

441

815

Heat Output Δt 60oC

2779

1033

3523 5032

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75-90

300

568

529 681

1164

3969

1475

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25-40

756

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1500

740

1746

5954

2213

7549

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75-90

700

25-40

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1283

1800

240

698

2380

885

3017

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75-90

200

25-40

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340

977

3332

1238

4224

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490

1396

4760

1770

6035

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450

25-40

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Guarantee: 25 Years

450

25-40

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Cassius –vertical–

The Cassius is a smooth, sleek designer radiator that is perfect for any room setting. This vertical version is available in three widths and two finishes, and a horizontal option

Cassius vertical

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Autofocus Module 1AF-125M80

Helimorph® Actuator

Operating Principles

Applications

With one end of the Helimorph actuator fixed in position,

The Helimorph actuator is ideally suited for accurate positioning

the opposing end will move up and down when a voltage is

of small or lightweight components, such as auto focus lens

applied. The movement is controlled directly by the voltage

assemblies within mobile phone cameras. The coiled design

applied to the device by a Driver IC, supplied by 1 Ltd. During

allows the actuator to be wrapped closely around the lens so

operation no current flows though the device because PZT is

that the module volume is kept to an absolute minimum.

an electrical insulator. Instead, the PZT is charged and discharged just like a standard ceramic capacitor. Consequently the power

The Helimorph actuator’s low power consumption and compact

consumption is extremely low and the actuator can be held in

size make it suitable for applications that include:

position indefinitely without consuming further power.

Low power, miniature autofocus module for camera phones

Low power, large displacement, piezoelectric actuator

1AF-125M80 is an AF Module powered by the Helimorph® actuator. This proprietary actuator has an industry leading power

The Helimorph® actuator is a miniature piezoelectric motor comprising a single moving part. Unlike conventional motors, the

consumption of only 5mW (typical), this is approximately 3% of conventional voice coil motor power consumption. A standard

Helimorph actuator contains no electrical windings, magnets, spindles or bearings and therefore requires no lubricants and

M8 threaded lens barrel and 1/3-inch image sensor assembly are added to the AF Module to form a completed camera.

creates no wear or particles. The Helimorph actuator’s exceptionally low power consumption makes it ideal for mobile applications

The 1AF-125M80 provides a quick and easy way for module integrators to assemble an autofocus camera module based

where battery power is at a premium. For example, in camera autofocus applications the Helimorph uses only 3% of the power

on the Helimorph actuator.

required by conventional stepper and voice coil motors. Power efficiency and small size make the Helimorph actuator ideal for

• • • • • •

a range of mass-market applications. Prior to the Helimorph actuator, the movement available from the piezoelectric effect has been limited to a few microns. The unique M8 Lens Barrel

Compact AF camera modules Relays Sensors CD optics control Pumps Valves

Benefits

geometry of the Helimorph actuator amplifies the piezoelectric effect to provide displacements that are orders of magnitude greater than previously possible.

The device can be driven using both AC and DC signals. The frequency of AC signals can be changed over a wide range from a few Hz to tens of kHz. In DC applications the

1AF-125M80

actuator behaves essentially as a linear motor. As long as performance limits are not exceeded, when the voltage is doubled, the resultant actuator displacement doubles. The device has Adaptor Plate

no frictional parts so there is no wear during use. Within the

• • •

Very low power consumption – zero DC holding power Large displacements from a compact package size Design simplicity – few components required creating elegant, cost-efficient designs

Design flexibility – match force, displacement

Silent operation

and resonant frequency to the application

defined operating condition limits the piezoelectric effect is Sensor & Drive Electronics

permanent, so there is no drop in performance over the lifetime of the device.

Environmental and Reliability Testing Helimorph Actuator

Specifications 1AF-125M80

The Helimorph actuator is a miniature piezo-electric motor

AF Module Dimensions

comprised of a single moving part. The unique helical geometry

Lens Barrel Compatibility

M8 threaded lens barrel

of the Helimorph provides large linear displacements. Unlike

Image Sensor Format

1/3 inch CMOS or CCD

conventional motors, the Helimorph actuator contains no electrical

Mounting

windings, magnets, spindles or bearings. Consequently, AF Module

Autofocus Range

designs based on the Helimorph are very simple and robust.

Stroke of Lens Barrel

The Helimorph actuator has been qualified for use in portable

Positional Repeatability Driver IC

• • • •

Low power consumption – 5mW

Power Consumption

Compatible with wide range of lens barrels & sensors

Operating Voltage

Easy integration of lens and sensor assemblies

Control

temperature and humidity, drop testing and life cycle have been

Unique Shape

successfully completed, so confirming the actuators suitability

FPC

The Helimorph actuator is based on a simple two-layer tape of

shape. This unique construction amplifies the tiny movements

Typically 10cm to infinity

for a wide range of applications.

PZT (lead zirconate titanate) formed between three electrode

of the bimorph and provides large displacements from a compact

Up to 500 microns

layers. This configuration is known as a bimorph actuator.

form factor.

< 5 microns

The two layers of PZT work in opposition to bend the strip

Full Scale Response Time

Module Benefits

electronic products. Industry standard tests for extremes of

12.5 x 12.5 x 5mm

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Layer 1

either upwards or downwards. When powered, a voltage

HD801 & HD80

Typically, a conformal coating is applied to the Helimorph actuator

Layer 1 Expands

which improves environmental performance and robustness. The coating also simplifies the manufacturing process which

(positive or negative) is applied to the centre electrode, whilst

< 5mW 2.7 – 5.5V

Layer 2

between the layers of PZT material causes one to lengthen

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Layer 2 Contracts

and the other to shorten resulting in a bending motion of a

Simple, robust design

few microns.

Helimorph Autofocus Camera Module

results in increased production yield.

the two outer electrodes are held at 0V. This voltage differential

The Helimorph actuator assembly, comprising the PZT layer,

The Helimorph actuator can be scaled to meet the force and

electrodes, solder, wires and conformal coating are fully compliant

displacement requirements of a wide range of applications.

with the restrictions on the use of hazardous substances in

The Helimorph actuator geometry is formed from a coiled coil.

electrical equipment and conform to the EU RoHS Directive.

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Association for Cultural Exchange

Welcome to our latest ACE Explorers programme, a range of environmentally and socially responsible travel adventures, brought to you by the Association for Cultural Exchange. Founded in 1958 as a non-profitmaking educational trust, we are by far the oldest and most experienced providers of cultural travel in the UK. If you have an interest in nature, walking & wildlife, enjoy good company and a sense of adventure, and are fascinated by indigenous cultures, then you are sure to enjoy our active holidays. Our Explorations are open to anyone with an interest in the subject concerned – no previous knowledge or qualifications are necessary! We look forward to welcoming you on one of our Explorations soon.

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KEVIN HAND MSc, MIEEM, conservationist, ornithologist & environmental consultant

Walking, Whales & Wildflowers as they move up from the Antarctic to breed in these waters. There will also be the option of getting close to one of the most exciting marine predators, the Great White Shark, either from on board ship or by experiencing the adrenalin rush of swimming beside them in a cage. Our coastal exploration should also include close encounters with Cape Fur Seals, African Penguins, Cape Gannets and many other sea creatures. We will spend some time walking in the fynbos, a unique plant kingdom found only in the Western Cape. This is the only place in the world to find Giant Proteas and over 8000 other vascular plants, more than the total for the whole of Britain. We visit three projects supported by Flora and Fauna International: the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative, Walker Bay Conservancy and the Flower Valley Project, where the fynbos vegetation is sustainably harvested for cut flowers, to provide an income for local people. To end our adventure we will stay in a lodge deep within this fascinating biome. Grootbos has just been voted as one of

• the world’s top 101 hotels by the Tatler magazine, and is set on an Indian Ocean beach surrounded by ancient milkwood trees. We will fully explore the Garden Route, a long stretch of coast and forest described as an earthly paradise by the first visiting naturalists. One of the highlights will be a 3-day hike along the 20km Dolphin Trail, which wends its way eastwards through natural fynbos and pristine indigenous forest along the coast of the Tsitsikama National Park from Storms River to the Sandrif River. Wildlife here includes Knysna Lourie, Black Oystercatcher, Cape Clawless Otter, eagles, dolphins and whales, and there will be opportunities for swimming and snorkeling as well as some challenging walking. Backpacks will not be needed, as our luggage will be carried to our comfortable overnight chalets. Later we can canoe along the rivers and lakes, or cycle through forests, with the option of a tougher ride through the Prince Albert Pass, as we explore the dramatic mountains, farmland and semi-desert of the Little Karoo. Here we include a visit to a unique wild meerkat conservation project, and with luck enjoy close views of these delightful creatures. In order to fully appreciate all that South Africa has to offer we will stay in a variety of accommodation, from simple cabins for hikers, to the comfortable and characterful guest houses, to the luxury of Grootbos Lodge.

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Trek the Dolphin Trail through the heart of the Garden Route area – while your luggage is carried to your comfortable chalet! Luxury stays in Cape Town and Grootbos Lodge, one of the world’s top hotels. Watch Southern Right Whales and their young. Close encounters with meerkats, ostriches and the wonderful flowers and birdlife of the fynbos floral region. Explore the landscapes of the Little Karoo Desert. Options for canoeing & cycling and for swimming with sharks.

Make a difference to wildlife conservation in South Africa by visiting and helping three linked projects, all supported by FFI: The Flower Valley Project, the Walker Bay Conservancy and the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative, a partnership between South African National Parks and FFI. All contribute to protecting the fynbos, the most botanically rich habitat on earth, with a plant diversity even higher than the tropical rainforests. Together they promote biodiversity conservation in this southernmost part of Africa, through sustainable flower harvesting, nature based tourism, and local public awareness.

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Mark Rose

For A full itinerary or information on other adventure explorations see our website or call for further details.

South Africa’s Western Cape is a land of dramatic natural attractions, adventure and culture. We will explore the urban glories of Cape Town, the pastoral bliss of the Little Karoo, and the wilderness hiking around Walker Bay. The coast, where the cold Atlantic currents meet the warm Agulhas current from the India Ocean, provides a wealth of marine life. We hope to see Southern Right Whales, one of the world’s rarest and most dramatic cetaceans,

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Fauna & Flora International is delighted to collaborate with ACE on the design of the new Explorers tour schedule. By joining one of these explorations you will have the opportunity to support our work to conserve threatened species and ecosystems worldwide and to visit several FFI projects. ACE ’s concern for conservation and education means that these explorations will benefit not only those undertaking them but also the local communities in which they are based.

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On our visit to Flower Valley we will see how this successful community initiative works, and there will be opportunities to buy some of the products, including handmade paper and cards featuring dried fynbos flowers. We also stay at Grootbos, one of the partners in the Walker Bay Conservancy. This award-winning lodge runs its own environmental college, and a large nature reserve, where their experts have already discovered two fynbos species new to science.

DAY 1 Overnight flight from London to Cape Town. DAY 2 Arrival in Cape Town, transfer to our hotel, the Portswood, in the trendy Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in the city centre. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, for an introduction to the Cape’s flora and fauna. Welcome dinner. DAY 3 Walking tour of Cape Town, including District Six Museum, Company’s Gardens, South African Museum and a cable car to the summit of Table Mountain. Lunch in the old slave quarter, with Cape Malay cuisine and culture. Dinner on the waterfront. DAY 4 Full day tour of the Cape peninsula and Table Mountain National Park. African Penguin colony at Boulder, meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic Ocean currents, Chacma Baboons, possibility of wild ostriches. DAY 5 To the wine region of Stellenbosch, South Africa’s second oldest town, via the TAAL monument in Paarl. Fairview estates, goats cheese and wine tasting. Lunch at the first French Huguenot wine farm, Boschendal. Overnight at a country guest house, Franschoek. DAY 6 Depart for the Little Karoo, via Franschoek Pass to the Bontebok National Park, home of this rare antelope, also mountain zebra and grassland birds such as Secretary Bird, Stanley’s Bustard and Cape Wydah. Overnight in simple chalets in the National Park (under construction at the time of writing, alternatively in the old frontier town of Swellendam, only 6 km outside the park). DAY 7 Through the Little Karoo, over Tradouw Pass to Barrydale and Calitsdorp, famous for its port. Overnight in the Olifants River Valley, guest house in Oudtshoorn, the ‘feather capital of the world’, where fortunes were made raising wild ostriches. DAY 8 Tour of La Plume ostrich ranch. Visit to meerkat conservation programme. Walking and birdwatching in the Cango area and Prince Albert Pass. For the more adventurous there will be an opportunity to cycle downhill through the pass. Guest house. DAY 9 Over the Outeniqua Pass to join the Garden Route at Wilderness, then by historic steam train along this scenic coast to Knysna. Overnight in chalets within Tsitsikama National Park in preparation for our three day Dolphin Trail hike.

DAY 10 Begin Dolphin Trail hike. Boat trip into Storms River gorge, over suspension footbridge and up Steilkop to Misty Mountain Reserve, chalets with restaurant, pool and spa bath. DAY 11 Dramatic walks along the sea past rock pools and cliffs, through forest and Otter’s Alley to the Fernery, chalets with restaurant, pool, jacuzzi and sauna. DAY 12 Late start or early birdwatching, 4x4 drive back through Storms River Pass to Tsitsikama National Park. Guest house near Wilderness beach. Dinner at a restaurant in Wilderness. DAY 13 Exploring Wilderness National Park and Ebb and Flow nature reserve, cycling or walking in the forests, ocean swimming or relaxing by the ocean. Beach barbecue. DAY 14 Via Mossel Bay and Swellendam to Gansbaai on the Whale Coast, and Grootbos Private Nature Reserve. Free time to relax and explore the reserve, part of the Agulhas Biodiversity Initiative. DAY 15 Beside the ocean, either watching for breeding whales from coastal path, or (at extra cost) taking a boat out to look for whales and Great White sharks, and to swim with them for those who are brave enough! DAY 16 Grootbos guided nature walks: fynbos flora and birds. Visit to the FFI supported Flower Valley Project. DAY 17 Return to Cape Town via Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond keeping a look out for more whales en route. Return flight to London. DAY 18 Arrive London.

Cost of £3590 includes: return airfare, 14 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 12 dinners, transportation, excursions & admissions as specified in the itinerary. Excludes: travel insurance, visas, single room supplement £350. COURSE CODE: SACAPE08


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The solution was spray applied to the deck planks at the new Sheppey Crossing before loading them into place on the bridge. Photograph supplied by Carillion plc.

can quickly escalate when you’re waiting ‘Worker safe’ Pavix is providing added durability to the new 380 metre long wave wall at Scrabster – the UK’s most northerly port and home to some of the country’s most extreme weather. Note: there is no need for any special or costly scaffolding, screening or worker protection.

for another dry day to apply the second application," said Ted Jenkins from ASI Solutions plc (www.asiplc.com), the UK’s exclusive distributor for Pavix.

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The new wave wall at Scotland’s Scrabster Harbour is part of a massive

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performance concrete protector. The new facility, due to start production in January The 36 reinforced concrete columns – ranging from 7 to 29 metres in height – as well as the deck units and parapets of the new 1.25 km Sheppey Crossing, Kent were Pavix treated earlier in 2006 in its largest UK civil engineering use to date. Photograph supplied by Carillion plc.

2007, is based near Bratislava, Slovakia and will

More and more contractors and consulting engineers

cost savings to end-users and their clients.

manufacture and supply all of Chem-Crete’s product lines for all markets in Europe, Russia and North Africa. Regional manufacturing will not only help ease distribution and improve product availability but also deliver significant

in the UK and Europe are not only rejecting silane for Pavix but the solution is also opening major new markets

The new Pavix production line will have an annual output

for its manufacturer. For example, MetroNet rail is one

capacity of up to 4.5 million litres, a similar level to the

of the UK’s first companies to use Pavix to prevent

current US-based plant.

vegetation re-growth that causes considerable structural damage to bridge arches, viaducts and other above drives out moisture in the bricks and mortar so that

STOP PRESS – Pavix now CE marked

seeds cannot germinate in the first place.

Following an in-depth review, Pavix has just been

ground structures for London Underground. Pavix literally

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meets all relevant European health, safety and

of large and smaller-scale new build and refurbishment

environmental protection legislation.

projects including: Chem-Crete Pavix CCC100 is a registered trademark of • Sheppey Crossing bridge, Kent (ref 1);

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This new approach on the other hand is a A ‘wonder solution’ that provides permanent frost and moisture protection in a single application.

one application ‘wonder solution’ which is totally non-toxic and environmentally safe. And it has a unique dual mode of action

As well as being used on large-scale new build projects, Pavix is being specified to help protect many of the UK’s historic buildings and landmarks such as the recently upgraded Coalport Bridge in Shropshire – shown on the left.

making it far more powerful as a concrete protector too.

References: 1 Refer to www.asiplc.com/pressreleases/articles/islandblockaid.pdf (article reproduced by kind permission of ‘Surveyor Magazine’) 2 Further information on Scrabster Harbour available from www.asiplc.com/pressreleases/Sept_2006/ASI_Pavix_%20Scrabster.pdf

"The (Coalport) bridge is a scheduled ancient monument and a Grade II listed building but it needed upgrading and strengthening. As a final stage before re-opening it we applied Pavix to the tops of the kerbs to maintain and protect the original concrete surface. The bridge is directly above the Severn Gorge so the environmental risks in using silane were just too great," said Adrian Pike, director of Pitchmastic PmB, the approved applicator commissioned for this work. (Photograph supplied by Sabine J Hutchinson).


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IN-LINE BATTERY BACK-UP: FEATURES: • Can open the Gate & Keep It Open on Power Failure • Or Gate Stays Closed & Only Opens with Hand Transmitter and Closes as normal • Last Option only works until Batteries Lose their Charge • Automatically Recharges once Power is Restored • Price includes Batteries & Control Board to operate Gate & Recharge Batteries • Unit Housed inside the Lockable Weatherproof Cabinet £325 + VAT fully Supplied & Installed

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RRP £1,000.00 / PAIR "The bass is very tight, very fast. Amazing for such a small unit. And yes,

Wood Finishes: Black, Walnut, Cherry, Oak & Maple

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as well which was most welcome. The violin solo was authoritative through the Pinsh 1, sounding less coloured than

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HI-FI WORLD – October 2005

Frequency response from 4000 Hz to 40 KHz Rare-earth magnets

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A derivative, with custom high gloss automotive finish was introduced in September 2003. This was known as the 1.1. Sonically it was identical to the Model 1.0 The 1.0 and 1.1 were superseded in August 2005 by the 1.2

Frequency response from 40 Hz to 4000 Hz wire wound – no air gaps

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Impulse response fast enough to follow our

Howard Popeck Hi-Fi News – October 2004

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