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Digitale - 50watt - Tuner RDS


477/00 euro  Cd     635/00 euro ampli tuner  anno 2005









Si tratta  di un impianto coordinato della Sony , di alto livello , con il lettore che viene usato solamente come meccanica , tutto il lavoro di conversione e amplificazione viene svolto dall'apparato inferiore.

Dispone anche di un ottimo ricevitore radio rds e di un telecomando molto sottile e funzionale.




Si puo usare come sorgente anche un PC  con un cavo Firewiare (IEEE 1398)  .


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Dal web: Date Printed: 06 January 2006 . . . . . . Sony LISSA hi-fi system ..: ***** 5 stars...High quality digital transmission, a good working relationship with your PC and reduced threat of wire trippage. Brilliant!. . . . No doubt about it, hi-fis are getting tastier - acres of champagne gold or silver adorn the most ordinary systems these days, with blue LEDs, achingly sexy curves and the kind of pointy buttons that just scream 'touch me'. But often, such beauty is only skin deep - 'fur coat and no knickers' as my old mum used to say. . . . . . . . . . Now I never thought there was anything wrong with shreddie-free posh birds myself, but I can see her point when it comes to hi-fi. For no matter how tasty your system is, you only have to take a peek around the back to see how messy it all is in reality. Cables snake from socket to socket, like a giant technicolour spaghetti farm, inevitably getting straggly, tangled and full of nits. Just like our Vicky's hair. . . . . . . . . . But it doesn't have to be this way. Sony's LISSA system comes with just six cables - three to power the separate CD player, MiniDisc recorder and FM/AM receiver and three iLink (IEEE1394 FireWire) leads. Of course, you'll need another couple to actually get sound out to the speakers and get radio broadcasts into the tuner, but that's still a darn sight less than your average hi-fi. The LISSA has just one 4-pin to 4-pin 200Mbps cable running to each component, enabling you to record, playback and generally get each bit of kit to talk to each other without spending a fortune down your local hi-fi shop. The third 'spare' iLink connector enables you to control the whole shebang from your PC - simply install the Digital Link Manager software onto your Windows 98 or Windows 2000 machine and you can edit your MiniDiscs, choose which radio station to listen to or even adjust the system's sound settings without ever having to retrieve the credit card-size remotes from down the back of the sofa. In fact, the only obvious downers at this stage are that you can't copy music from the LISSA to your PC (or vice-versa) and that Sony's thoughtlessly forgotten to include Mac software despite the fact that iLink is Apple's technology in the first place. Grr. . . . . . . . . . . But who cares, eh? The LISSA enables you to live in a relatively wire-free world, making the whole thing a piece of the proverbial to set up and use. The gorgeously thin silvery boxes look great stacked together (with their blue LEDs, natch) and have a rather nifty habit of powering themselves down after three minutes if they're not in use. Included in the largely gimmick-free spec is a gizmo called HATS (High-quality digital Audio Transmission System) which stores digital audio data temporarily in buffer memory to reduce unwanted jitter; there's 'Ping' that lets you know which component (CD, MD or tuner) is currently selected by flashing a series of symbols up in the display; and SF Edit which enables you to adjust the recording level of a track once it's been copied to make it quieter, louder, or fade it in/out. By far the cleverest thing though is that you can daisychain up 63 iLink-equipped components at any time, with transfer rates of up to 400Mbps possible. And when you consider that iLink is fast gaining ground as a simple, superspeedy connector for camcorders and home network systems (step forward Pioneer), that looks like a smart Sony move indeed. . . . . . . . . . But you want to know about the sound, right? It's pretty good. It's not going to give high-end hi-fi buffs sleepless nights, but partner it with a decent set of speakers and it'll rock your world. The CD bit sounds upfront, detailed and highly musical, the MiniDisc ditto. Even the tuner's not too bad. Things only get a little out of shape when you crank the volume LOUD, but that's to be expected when you have only 50W per channel to play with. It's certainly a big leap up from your average mini system and a darn sight better-looking that most hi-fi separates. Its only real threat, in fact, is likely to come from 'proper' lifestyle separates made by people like Marantz. . . . . . . . If there's one fly in the ointment, it's the system's very simplicity when it comes to cabling. Since it's pretty much dependent on FireWire for batting digital signals around, you'll be hard pushed to find any additional sockets for hooking up other kit you may own - the LISSA has just one analogue phono input for a more traditional cable in. But it is a highly accomplished lifestyle system which looks and sounds the biz. The fact that it hardly needs any cables is a massive bonus... only the threat posed by Bluetooth's wireless transmission system and the promise of gold-plated cable upgrades stop the LISSA from being perfect out of the box as it is. . . . . . . . FEATURES ; CDP-LSA1 CD player, MDS-LSA1 MiniDisc recorder, STR-LSA1 50W per channel FM/AM RDS receiver with 30-station presets, iLink (IEEE1394 FireWire) sockets, enabling up to 63 source components to be linked together, 1xRCA (phono) analogue input, PCLK-LSA1 Digital Link Manager V1.0E control software (Windows 98 2nd edition/Windows 2000 only), HATS (High-quality digital Audio Transmission System) function, radio station/source naming, speaker binding posts . . . . Retail-price € 2199,00




La technologie au service de la HI-FI

Un petit coup de cœur de la rédaction pour cet ensemble haute fidélité LISSA de Sony. Le constructeur Nippon est en effet l’un des premiers à se lancer dans le monde du transfert numérique haut débit domestique en intégrant sur sa chaîne LISSA la technologie de connexion Firewire.


La LISSA est un ensemble à éléments séparés qui se compose d’un récepteur stéréo STR-LSA1, d’un lecteur de CD CDP-LSA1 et d’un graveur de Mini Disc MDS-LSA1 que son propriétaire connectera entre eux au moyen d’un seul cordon I-link. Conforme à la norme IEEE 1394 ce type de câble est largement employé dans les secteurs de l’informatique et de l’imagerie numérique. Son utilisation constitue donc un véritable bouleversement dans les modes d’utilisation, tant au niveau de la configuration que de l’utilisation des appareils audio-vidéo, il faut noter que cette technologie assure une transmission plus rapide ainsi qu’une grande capacité de transfert des signaux entre les différents éléments.
L’autre avantage de ce système est de pouvoir ici connecter sa chaîne Hi-fi à son ordinateur, à partir duquel l’on pourra contrôler les principales opérations : lecture, enregistrement et classement s’effectuant simplement à l’aide d’une souris et d’une interface graphique qui sera vendue en option.


Les qualités intrinsèque de LISSA ne tiennent pas qu’à cette innovation technique, puisque après le laboratoire technique, c’est au tour du bureau de style d’intervenir sur le design de l’électronique. Pour sa part il est assez élégant et se caractérise par des lignes épurées, chacun des trois éléments se composant d’un coffret en aluminium brut ainsi que d’une bande en verre bleu dissimulant les principales commandes et l’affichage.

Ampli Tuner STR-LSA 1
-Electronique issue en partie du E9000ES,
-Conversion d’impulsion avancée qui permet la suppression des distorsions propres aux convertisseurs N/A,
-Réponse en fréquence 7Hz-30000Hz,
-Transistors de puissance pour fort courant garantissant 2 fois 50 watts sous 8 ohms,
-Tuner RDS AM/FM avec 30 présélections mémorisables.

Lecteur MD MDS-LSA 1
-Construction simple muni d’une alimentation et de son mécanisme,
-Fonction MDLP prés de 320 minutes d’enregistrement possible sur un disque de 80 minutes,
-Mode de copie rapide CD vers MD (20 mns d’enregistrement, CD vers MD),
-Codage ATRAC3,
-Rapport signal bruit à 100 dB.

Lecteur de CD audio CDP-LSA 1
-Synchronisation parfaite avec le MD via la connexion I-link,
-Fonction CD Text avec affichage du nom de l’interprète,
-Rapport signal Bruit à 100 dB.

Tous ces appareils sont disponibles à la vente et livrés pour chacun d’eux avec pour unique cordon un câble I-link, ainsi qu’avec leur propre télécommande au format carte de crédit.
Prix public de l’ensemble 1980 Euros...






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