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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 16:56

Suis je un bourrico ou le site Classé ne presente pas sa nouvelle gamme? :o
http://www.classeaudio.com
Existe-t-il un autre site spédialement dédié?

Thibaut Sig :mdr:
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 17:19

Youpiboy a écrit:Suis je un bourrico ou le site Classé ne presente pas sa nouvelle gamme? :o


Les deux :lol:
Naaan je deconne ;)
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 17:21

Pourtant je crois que c'est clair, coming soon qui y a marqué sur la page d'accueil :lol:

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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 17:53

Bon ben Youpiboy est un bourricot alors :lol:
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 18:04

J ai eu une presentation des prix de la nouvelle gamme, par mon revendeur, .... hum....

Voici la news et les prix US :
The New Classe
Posted by Nicoll Public Relations on Monday, August 16, 2004 - 12:48 pm:

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A “Force” to be Reckoned With: 5 Power Amps, Stereo Preamp, Integrated Amp, and CD Player are Just the Beginning

Montréal, Canada—Aug. 2004—In the broadest and most important introduction of its 24-year history, Classé Audio Inc. has unveiled eight new products that launch its new Delta range of high-end audio components. At the same time, the Canadian firm admired by audio devotees worldwide for intelligent, uncompromising high-end audio and home-theater components, has debuted a new corporate logo developed by famed graphic designers Thomas Manns & Co. to symbolize its newly focused corporate identity and contemporary approach.

“We have been using Delta at Classé as the code name to describe this project. It was chosen because of its meaning in engineering and mathematics, signifying difference or change,” says David Nauber, Classé’s Executive VP, Brand Development. “The marketplace for high-end audio and video is changing and Classé could not be more pleased about that.” Nauber continues, “Our Delta series is simply a contemporary expression of the famous Classé virtues of exceptional quality, value and sonic performance. It marks an important new era in our company’s evolution.”

The Delta series will complement Classé’s flagship Omega family to complete the firm’s offerings. Initial model introductions comprise eight stunning designs: five power amplifiers ranging from 2x100 watts to 5x200 watts, a single stereo preamplifier and an equivalent, 2x100 watts integrated amplifier, and a stereo CD player. Future additions will include multichannel preamp/processors, and universal-format optical disc players and transports.

New Look, New Interface
While Classé’s new models are “clean-sheet” designs, they clearly owe much technologically to the firm’s universally admired Omega range—a reference standard for many reviewers and enthusiasts around the world. However, in a single stroke the Delta range also establishes an entirely new level of ergonomic sophistication, and debuts a stunning but understated new appearance. Morten Warren and the world-famous Native Design Studio have developed Classé’s new industrial design concepts. All of the Delta models are built on chassis that share a single common width and one of only three different heights. All boast an elegantly smooth, dramatically radiused, thick front-panel form that combines the characteristics of strength, power and softness. Delta series components can be arrayed in any combination horizontally or stacked vertically while assuring its owners a uniquely well-integrated, visually logical system facade.

But handsome is as handsome does, and the all-new user interface is an even more important sign of Classé’s evolving direction.

Each of the “hands-on” Delta components—preamp, integrated-amp, and disc-player (as well as future such models)—features a front-panel color TFT touchscreen display that provides a complete, eminently usable user-interface while blessedly reducing each unit’s hard-key button population to a mere three: Standby, Menu, and Load or Mute.

This design choice brings the obvious advantage of delivering the user clear, logical, and convenient operation that is almost entirely self-prompting, where commands and their labels are one and the same for the ultimate in simple usability. But every bit as valuable, Classé’s touchscreen control system is freely upgradeable: as future needs arise with new modes or functions, or as developments in software or even hardware occur, the user interface can evolve as required via easy updating, without imposing awkward key-combinations, misleading button-labels, or confusing menu paths.

The Classé Delta series’ alluring appearance and innovative interface are dramatic elements, but they are far from its only important aspects. Each of the new components relies on Classé’s intensive development process, obsessively auditioning and selecting components, circuit topologies, and even circuit-board layouts, to achieve the most transparent possible sonic results. The entire Classé Delta family also benefits from the mechanical performance of the new chassis design and exploits a customized foot design that, along with other refinements, advances vibration resistance nearly 100-fold.

The five power amplifiers in Classé’s initial Delta introduction all include both balanced and single-ended inputs and flexible control via IR, DC-trigger, or bi-directional RS-232 signaling. They include stereo models of 100 and 200 watts per channel, the CA-2100 and CA-2200, and two multichannel designs, the 3x200-watt CA-3200 and 5x200 CA-5200, as well as a monaural amplifier, the CA-M400 producing 400 watts.

Sharing the revolutionary new Delta touchscreen control interface are three initial component introductions: a stereo preamplifier, the CP-500, the range’s sole integrated amp, called CAP-2100 (which in its essence combines the CA-2100 amplifier and CP-500 preamp for a single-component stereo solution of unprecedented quality and value), and the CDP-100, a single-CD, HDCD-capable player. (See accompanying releases on the individual components/families.)

Power Amplifiers
Model Manufacturer’s Suggested Price
CA-2100 2x100 watts $3,500
CA-2200 2x200 watts $5,000
CA-3200 3x200 watts $6,000
CA-5200 5x200 watts $8,000
CA-M400 1x400 watts $5,000

Preamp/Integrated Amplifier
CP-500 $3,500
CAP-2100 2x100 (int. amplifier) $4,900

CD Player
CDP-100 $3,500
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 18:23

Belle augmentation :)
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 19:38

Et moi j'ai les prix français 8)

Preampli CP100 + Ampli steréo 2*200W CA-2100 : 10500 euros
Preampli CP100 + 2 Blocs CAM400 2*400W : 16500 euros

:cry:

Quoi que dés que j'aurais mes 800 S et mon salon de 80m2, je testerais la deuxieme config :mdr:
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 19:51

Le dollar est toujours à 10frs on dirait :lol:
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 20:34

Au fait, il existait un préampli 5.1 (ou plus) à sortie XLR (le ...65 il me semble). Quel est le prix de son successeur, avec sortie XLR 5.1?
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 20:35

C etait le SSP75 il me semble.
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Message » 30 Aoû 2004 20:38

En fait il est encore sur le site c'est le SSP60, modele en dessous du SSP75. :wink:

Je serais cureux d'avoir le prix 'un modele équivalent dans la nouvelle gamme.
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Message » 31 Aoû 2004 15:47

Est-ce que quelqu'un a deja eu l'honneur d'écouter ces merveilles ?
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Message » 31 Aoû 2004 16:17

ggta a écrit:En fait il est encore sur le site c'est le SSP60, modele en dessous du SSP75. :wink:

Je serais cureux d'avoir le prix 'un modele équivalent dans la nouvelle gamme.


En regardant bien les photos précédentes, je pense qu'il doit s'agir du modele SSP-600. Si quelqu'un connait son prix :wink:
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Message » 31 Aoû 2004 16:39

Youpiboy a écrit:Et moi j'ai les prix français 8)

Preampli CP100 + Ampli steréo 2*200W CA-2100 : 10500 euros
Preampli CP100 + 2 Blocs CAM400 2*400W : 16500 euros

:cry:

Quoi que dés que j'aurais mes 800 S et mon salon de 80m2, je testerais la deuxieme config :mdr:


Youpi,

je t' ai déjà dit : Cello !! pour tes 800 :mdr:

15000 usd :

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