Cambridge SoundWorks Desktop Theater DTT2500 Digital Speakersby Jason Clark on October 8, 1999 4:20 PM EST
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"Yee Haw! Jester's Dead!". These were the words I was listening to pounding on Cambridge SoundWorks new Desktop TheaterTM 5.1 DTT2500 Digital speakers. What we have here is the first high end set of computer speakers that offers an external amplifier, coupled with a Dolby Digital Decoder in a computer speaker system.
|Each main, center and rear satellite speaker features a 2.5" 7 Watt long-throw speaker driver for rich, wide range sound. Main and center satellites equipped with 3 m /9 ft cables. Rear satellites equipped with 5m/16ft cables.|
|The subwoofer features a 5.25" long-throw bass driver for high-impact bass output (20 Watts)|
|High performance Dolby Digital decoder amplifier with built-in 24-bit Digital-to-Analog converter (DAC)|
|A separate power supply adapter is included|
|Dolby Digital/SPDIF input (RCA jack)|
|Front Line In stereo minijack|
|Rear Line In stereo minijack|
The Package Contains
|Decoder amplifier with built-in Dolby Digital decoding and 24-bit Digital-to Analog Converter (DAC)|
|Electronically contoured subwoofer|
|Center speaker with angled stands|
|Four main satellite speakers with individual stands|
|2 tripod rear speaker floor stands|
|Power Supply Adapter|
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shakal100369 - Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - linkwhat is the current rating of the adapter for dtt2500, the voltage required is 15v dc. unable to get this info., my old adapter is missing.
myth11220 - Thursday, May 16, 2013 - linkIts a 15v 3A power supply with a positive center electrode - you should be able to find something similar on amazon or ebay or some universal laptop power supplies can start as low as 15v with enough amperage to make it work (although they are becoming a bit rare)
tpfan - Sunday, April 21, 2019 - linkI have the same issue. My power thing fried when I plugged it in at my flat in Singapore. I don't want to buy a new system because I love this one, but with shipping and all that buying a new power adapter would cost more than buying a new sound system. is there a place locally to buy a replacement.