You've worked hard to get where you are, and you've earned the right
to enjoy your stereo system. But have you ever stopped to consider what
would happen if, heaven forbid, your stereo was suddenly gone? Most of
us don't want to face it. We think it'll never happen to us. But
burglaries, fires, mudslides, electrical surges, meteors: all of these
dangers and more can leave you audio-less in an instant.
Fortunately, there is something you can do. For a one-time payment of 95 dollars, the RCA RT2770 1000-Watt
Home Theater Audio System will stand ready to step into the breach left
by your departed stereo. With 5.1-channel capability, four 150W
speakers, a 200W center speaker and a 200W subwoofer, it'll do in an
emergency until you can afford something better. A variety of audio
devices can connect to the amplifier through three digital inputs,
three stereo analog inputs, and a USB port. But the most important thing that the RCA RT2770 offers is peace of mind.
you decide whether this audio system is right for you, you should know
that it's refurbished, and the purported 1000W output is measured at
10% distortion. That donut spare in your car may not be up to the
standard of a real, high-end tire - but aren't you glad it's there?
through a home-audio catastrophe is ordeal enough. Doesn't your family
deserve the security of a backup plan? You could buy regular, boring
old insurance, or you could buy the RCA RT2770 1000W 5.1
Home Theater Audio System. Both will keep the sound coming - but
there's only one choice that gives you the thrill of opening a great
Warranty: 90 Day Woot
RMS Output: 167 Watts per Channel (1KHz, 8 Ohm Dolby Digital Mode @ 10% THD)
Total RMS Output Power Dolby Digital mode: 1000 W
FTC Output Power Front and rear: 75 Watts per channel (1KHz, 8 Ohm, Dolby Digital Mode with 10% THD)
FTC Output Power Center and subwoofer: 155 Watts per channel (1KHz, 8 Ohm, Dolby Digital Mode with 10% THD)
Total FTC Output Power, Dolby Digital mode: 610 Watts
Muting Attenuation: 65dB
Frequency Response: 200Hz/-3dB, 1kHz ref.
Subwoofer Frequency Response: 10 Hz / -3db, 80Hz ref.
Signal to Noise Ratio: 65dB (Dolby digital mode)
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Response: 2kHz +/-6dB, 1kHz ref.
Usable Sensitivity: 800uV/m @ S/N 20dB
Signal to Noise: 38dB
IF Rejection: 35dB
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Response: 15kHz +/-3dB, 1kHz ref.
Signal to Noise: 60dB(stereo) / 65dB(mono)
IF Rejection: 50dB
Dimensions (H x W x D mm)
Unit: 430 × 140 x 347
Front and Surround Speakers: 143 × 80.5 × 93.7
Center Speaker: 80.5 × 271 x 72
Subwoofer: 355 × 195 x 325
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The jackalope always struck as a goofily endearing cryptozoological legend. With none of the unicorn's gauzy sparkle, Bigfoot's intriguing demi-humanity, or Nessie's fearsome mystery, it's just, like, a rabbit with antlers. The jackalope could easily exist. It just happens not to.
This shirt was designed by: Shirt.Woot user Pyrin, for his or her first Derby win. GRATZ PYRIN!!!1!
Wear this shirt: to let those southwestern souvenir-stand vendors know that you're not going to buy their postcards. You're hip to the gag.
Don't wear this shirt: with blue socks.
This shirt tells the world: "Ask me about this freaky rabbit with antlers. Come on, ask me. For real. Hey, where are you going?"
(1) Donati Family Vineyard 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon
(1) Donati Family Vineyard 2004 Merlot
Description: (click show to see it)
It's the most exciting time of the year to be a baseball fan. Hearts
rise and fall with every pitch. Moments of high drama and low comedy
reveal new heroes and immortal goats. And the repugnant,
loathsome Chicago Cubs made a quick exit from the postseason, to the relief of an
You beer fans out there might think
baseball and wine don't mix, but don't tell that to Matt Donati. He
played college ball at the University of San Francisco (go Dons!) and
coached high school for a couple of years before he traded the ballyard
for the vineyard. Just like when the two Griffeys patrolled the same
Seattle outfield, Matt joined his dad Ron to develop Donati Family
Vineyard in the Paicines AVA in California's Central Coast region.
a recent expansion-team addition to the California Wine League, the
Donatis knew they had to land a big-name superstar to propel them to
the top of the standings. These would-be Steinbrenners found their
A-Rod in winemaker Dan Kleck, whose widely-known reputation and talent
brought instant credibility to the winery. And they've given him
nothing but estate-grown fruit to work with.
So the team
looked good on paper. But nobody drinks paper. The proof is in these
three bottles, a Murderer's Row of Paicines reds that could fit into
the heart of any drinking order.
The 2003 Donati Family
Vineyard Meritage is a classic four-tool player, bringing Cabernet
Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Malbec to the table. Both
powerful and supple, its complex character allows for the truest
expression of each of its four fruits, along with notes of vanilla,
smoke, and spice from its tight-grained oak cooperage. Is it too early
to make room for its plaque in the Hall of Fame?
baseball, winemaking is a game of inches. The 2003 Donati Family
Cabernet Sauvignon pays attention to the little things that add up to
big victories: full ripening of tannins in the vineyard, thin-stave oak
barrels, exacting concentration of flavor and color. When you need
somebody to hit a ground ball to the right side to move the runner
over, this Cab is your guy. But it can also pull off the spectacular
plays that make the highlight reel, with a lush mouthfeel and warm
toast and vanilla accents just as thrilling as anything you'll see on SportsCenter tonight.
teams are always strong up the middle, with a solid Merlot a necessity
in the lineup. The 2004 Donati Family Merlot is muscular enough to hit
cleanup and versatile enough to play anywhere in the field. Richly
flavored but mellow and balanced, it always hits well against roast
duck, leg of lamb, or red pasta.
Whoever hoists that
many-flagged golden trophy a few weeks from now, baseball fans will
have enjoyed an awful lot of top-flight baseball. And the smartest fans
will have enjoyed a bottle or three of these Donati Family Vineyards