Overview


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JB7 is small enough for a bedside table. It fits in really well on a desk and because it has a remote you could put it under the TV or on a shelf.

Load your CDs into JB7 then put them in the attic or garage. You can declutter your living room then rediscover all the brilliant music you own.

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JB7 plays MP3s on MP3 players, iPods, USB flash memory and hard disks and many mobile telephones.

Its great when friends come for dinner or parties. You can listen to your friends MP3s at a level loud enough for dancing or playing the air guitar.

Once people learn about the text search it can become a bit of a party game.

 

 

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When you get home late from work or friends come round for coffee - press this button.

JB7 plays the entire music collection at random.

Its good to have all the gadgety stuff like text search and playlists...

...but sometimes you need on/off simplicity.

 

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A lot of people don't notice the CD slot at first. It takes two button presses to load a CD to the internal hard disk.

You can comfortably load 20-30 CDs in an evening.

You can also rip a whole CD or an individual track directly to an MP3 player.

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There are seven playlists named after colours of the rainbow and each has a key on the remote control.

Playlists are lists of tracks that you have grouped together. You might use playlist yellow for your all time favourites, playlist blue for dinner party music, green for dancing and red for a hot date.

If you want to add a track to the orange playlist just press and hold the orange key. If you want to play the violet playlist press the violet key twice.

The idea is that you can set the mood - musically speaking - with just two clicks of the remote.

 

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A really useful thing you can do with the USB is backup JB7 onto an external hard disk.

Once you have loaded a lot of CDs onto JB7 you don't want to have to do it again if there is a breakdown.

You can save all the music onto an external hard disk with JB7's backup function. 

You don't have to be very organised. You can backup a bit. Stop. Do some more etc.

Here's a neat trick if you buy a second JB7 for another room. You don't have to load the CDs again just load them from your backup hard disk. 

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Videos

 

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Video 1 -
MP3 takeaway

 

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Video 2 -
Find music by txt

 

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Video 3 -
How to load a CD

 

 

Loudspeakers

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You can buy JB7 with or without loudspeakers.

Loudspeakers affect the sound quality in a modern hi-fi more than any other component.

In general the bigger the speaker and the more you pay the better it will sound but personal taste plays a large part.

For those that have already invested in speakers or have something in mind you can buy JB7 on its own. (Your loudspeaker must be 8 ohm and rated to handle 60 Watts for short periods).

 

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BSP50 bookshelf loudspeakers

For those that are looking for a complete system we have designed low cost compact loudspeakers that are matched to the power and size of JB7.

 

Connections

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JB7 is simple to connect - you just need these

  • 24V DC - from the AC adaptor
  • Loudspeakers

Extra connections - can be useful but not necessary

  • Headphone output
  • Line out
  • Aux in - tuner, turntable, ipod etc you can record from this input so you could use it to transfer from vinyl to mp3