Naim Uniti Nova & JBL L100 Classic streaming system

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Audiophile All-in-One System

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Naim Uniti Nova & JBL L100 Classic streaming system

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Includes  2 x 3m of Tellurium Q Black II Speaker Cable worth £324. Professionally terminated.

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Naim Audio Uniti Nova

Audiophile All-in-One System

Uniti Nova is proof that an all-in-one player can deliver audiophile quality.

Whichever source you choose, your music will be transformed into a stunning sonic experience.

The reference player in the range, Uniti Nova has been configured to offer the very best solution that Naim can implement in a single-box, compact enclosure.

All the available space has been used to provide 80 watts per channel of Class A/B amplification capable of driving the most demanding loudspeakers – detail and depth you’ll hear in every note, riff and chorus.

Your Music Collection Reimagined
Uniti Nova offers infinite possibilities, however you want to listen to your music.

Uniti Nova really lives up to its name with some outstanding new technology which really sets it apart from the rest of the range.

Its circuitry features the highest quality discrete components, a massive toroidal transformer for an exceptional sound, superior isolation, their new signature volume control, more inputs than you can shake a stick at and an 80 watt power per channel power amplifier to boot.

Uniti Nova is as good as an all-in-one player can get.

JBL L100 Classic

In 1970, JBL released the iconic L100 Loudspeaker.

Over the years, the L100 became the bestselling loudspeaker in JBL’s history.

In 2018, JBL are proud to bring you the JBL L100 Classic, a modern take on a time-honoured legend.

The Classic features vintage styling, including a retro-inspired design and iconic Quadrex foam grille, along with newly developed acoustic technology and designs for elite performance.

The 1-inch titanium dome tweeter is mated to a waveguide with an acoustic lens for optimum integration with the 5-inch pure-pulp cone midrange driver directly below it.

Powerful bass is provided by a 12-inch cast-frame, white pure-pulp cone woofer in a bass-reflex enclosure, tuned via a single front-firing port tube.

The high-frequency and mid-frequency L-pad attenuators on the front baffle preserve the classic features of this iconic legend.

Optional stands available at £325.00 per pair

 

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JBL

JBL’s founder helped motion pictures speak. From then on, they been continuously advancing the science of high-fidelity sound reproduction, right on up to and including Synthesis Ultra. As the Jazz Singer put it back in 1928, “You ain’t heard nothin’ yet.”
  • 1943  Flat-wire milling and high-speed winding of ribbon-wire voice coils developed.
  • 1944  Lansing and Hilliard redefine the state of the art for motion picture theaters with the A-4, dubbed the “Voice of the Theatre.”
  • 1946  James B. Lansing Sound, Inc. is formed.
  • 1947  JBL produces the D-130 15″ loudspeaker, which was the first known use of a 4″ flat-wire coil in a cone transducer.
  • 1954  JBL introduces the model 375 high-frequency compression driver. This is the first commercially available 4″ diaphragm driver, producing flat response to 9kHz.
  • 1958  The cylindrical reflecting principle is present in the Paragon stereophonic loudspeaker system.
  • 1962  JBL produces the first two-way studio monitor to use a high-frequency compression driver with acoustic lens.
  • 1969  Harman International acquires JBL from William Thomas, and JBL embarks on a period of accelerated international growth through the Harman distribution companies.
  • 1973  JBL unveils the first four-way studio monitor series, the 4300s.
  • 1976  JBL monitors are ranked number one in the U.S. recording industry, in a survey conducted by Billboard.
  • 1982  Titanium is first used as a diaphragm material in compression drivers. JBL 4675 direct-radiator systems, with constant directivity, set the performance standard for cinema loudspeakers.
  • 1983  JBL is selected by Lucasfilm to develop the first commercial THX®-licensed cinema speaker system.
  • 1984  The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences selects JBL components for the new sound system in the Samuel Goldwyn Theater.
  • 1985  Harman International continues to take JBL’s growth to greater heights and new markets.
  • 1989  The Directors Guild of America chooses JBL components for its headquarters building.
  • 1990  JBL develops Vented Gap Cooling™ for raising the thermal power limits of low-frequency transducers.
  • 1991  JBL introduces the first Pro Audio neodymium woofer, debuting in the JBL Array Series.
  • 1992  JBL Synthesis® is released – the industry’s first completely equalized, processed, powered THX Home Media System.
  • 1993  JBL develops new “rapid flare” low-distortion compression drivers and a matching family of horns.
  • 1994  The JBL S2600 receives the highly coveted Golden Award and Stereo Sound COTY Award for its advanced technological execution and superior sonic performance.
  • 1996  JBL’s Synthesis SDEC-1000 brings digital technology to its highest level for the benefit of the consumer.
  • 2000   At 6,500 watts, the Synthesis Ultra system is the most powerful home theater system available, at any price.
  • 2001  JBL releases the K2 S9800, employing the 435Be and 045Be pure-cast beryllium compression drivers.
  • 2003  The JBL Synthesis S4A is the world’s first THX Ultra2™ in-wall, flush-mount, multipole loudspeaker.
  • 2004  S4A is awarded the International CES Innovations Award.
  • 2005  JBL’s Bernard Werner and William Gelow receive a Grammy Technical Achievement Award for “the engineering and design of filtered line arrays and screen spreading compensation as applied to motion picture speaker systems” as employed in JBL ScreenArray © cinema loudspeaker.
  • 2006  JBL celebrates 60 years as the worldwide leader in audio reproduction. The new reference in JBL home audio performance – Project Everest.
  • 2007  CES Best of Innovations Award: JBL Project Everest DD66000 Loudspeaker
  • 2008  CES Innovations Award Honoree: JBL SDEC-4000 Digital Equalizer
  • 2009  JBL Synthesis® One Multichannel Audio System is inducted into the CEDIA Product Hall of Fame. The JBL Synthesis® One was the world’s first complete, integrated multi-channel audio system designed specifically for custom installation home theater, and was the first system that enabled custom calibration to deliver optimum performance in any room.
  • 2011  ARCOS Adaptive Room Correction and Optimization is offered for system design, to achieve a new level of accuracy for home audio.

Naim Audio

Naim Audio Their story begins with one man’s passion for music and weaves its way through four decades and a raft of iconic product launches to the present day. Naim Audio founder Julian Vereker MBE (1945-2000) was a racing car driver, entrepreneur and self-taught engineer with a deep passion for music. Spending his spare time listening to and recording his friends playing live in the 1960s, Julian found that playback on his system at home fell woefully short of the experience he craved. Not content with second best he decided to design his own amplifiers and loudspeakers, ignoring accepted wisdom and focusing on aspects of performance that made music burst to life. These first designs laid the foundations for a range of iconic and award-winning hi-fi products that would reach well into the next century. 1972 A first start at Capital Radio Julian won a contract to supply then start-up radio station, Capital Radio, with audio equipment. The successful design was a compact version of an early Naim Audio power amplifier combined with speaker drive units in one cabinet – the NAM 502 1973 Naim Audio Officially Founded Following the success of Capital Radio, Naim Audio was officially incorporated in 1973 with Julian Vereker and his co-founder Shirley Clarke as directors. Based in a shop in the centre of Salisbury, our first HQ had both manufacturing and demonstration facilities. 1973 The NAP 200 Power Amplifier Naim Audio's first consumer product for home use was launched in the year of our founding: the NAP 200 power amplifier. Originally designed in 1971, its descendant’s power amplifiers differ greatly technologically but still aim for the same performance goals of pace, rhythm and timing 1974 The NAC 12 Preamplifier With a network of dedicated independent retailers now on board in the UK, the NAC 12, our first production preamplifier, was launched. 1980 Classic Advertising As Naim Audio grew in popularity through the 70s and early 80s, the team decided to grab the attention of the press and public with a series of tongue-in-cheek adverts. They reflected the confident, often unorthodox nature of our approach to music playback and have become iconic in their own right. 1983 NAIT Integrated Amplifier Naim Audio’s first integrated amplifier the NAIT introduced. This iconic little integrated amp sounded quite unlike any other integrated of its day and set a trend for so-called ‘super integrateds 1985 The Queen's Award Naim Audio is recognised with the prestigious Queen’s Award for the first time in 1985. We would go on to repeat this achievement a further two times in the 21st century, winning for Export in 2010 and for Innovation in digital music streaming in 2014. 1991 The CDS CD Player Like so many Naim Audio products, the design of our first CD player, the CDS, flew in the face of conventional wisdom. Its Two-box configuration gave the power supply its own separate enclosure and the CD clamp used a rare earth magnet to keep its mass low whilst still firmly holding the disc without vibration 2000 NAP 500 Power Amplifier The year 2000 marked a step change in Naim Audio history. After several years in development, the new flagship Naim Audio NAP 500 power amplifier was born and with it the new industrial design aesthetic that would redefine Naim Audio for the 21st century. Its music-making ability would only be bettered by the arrival of Statement in 2014.

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