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January 08, 2008

TBI and Norvinz to Introduce High-Fidelity Audio System

By Shamila Janakiraman, TMCnet Contributing Editor

TBI and Norvinz have chosen to introduce a high-end audio system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. This system consists of a TBI Millenia MG3 Class D integrated amplifier and a pair of TBI Majestic Diamond 1R speakers. The audio system is designed to produce true high-fidelity music using portable sources, such as iPods, or from other audio sources, like CD players and turntables.

The Millenia MG3 from TBI and Norvinz is designed to offer hi-fi and natural sound besides being reasonably priced. It provides young music lovers the luxury of high-quality sound even at the entry level, enhancing their mobile lifestyles.
The Millenia MG3 Class D integrated amplifier is enclosed in a rugged, attractive aluminum shield. The amplifier is provided with a Burr Brown capable of buffering signals in the input stage to provide the proper impedance for the proprietary Gen 3 digital amplifier using a refined DPDM conversion topology.
This technology produces an undistorted output signal, which can interface with the speaker crossover network and voice coils in order to give a sound performance that matches the recorded sound exactly.
The device allows the option of using either DC or AC power supply. The Millenia MG3 uses 8 AA batteries to give 8 watts of power per channel with less than 1% distortion. Using AC power supply the Millenia can deliver 32 watts per channel with only 1% distortion.
The Millenia MG3 has 2 input options to support portable players and main sources. The gold-plated inputs and 5-way binding posts offer good quality audio sources and speaker systems.
The Millenia Amplifier is accompanied by 2 Majestic Diamond 1R speakers in a compact case. 1R speakers are of TBI patented Embedded Transmission Line (ETL) technology meeting the High Definition Sound Standard (HDSS).
The ETL technology allows acoustic impedance matching between speaker sound and room acoustics. This helps avoid room treatments and correction devices which would otherwise be needed clarified the companies.
Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To see more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
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