Cabasse Stream 3
Cabasse Stream 3
Enjoy with Stream 3 the music stored on your domestic network (computers, multimedia hard disks) with wireless DLNA. Stream music from your Smartphone & tablets via Bluetooth. Access thousands of web radios… Control Stream 3 with the dedicated Cabasse app available on Android & iOs. Based on the bestseller Eole 3 technology, Stream 3 is composed of 2 coaxial satellite speakers and a subwoofer fitted with all the electronics and a 21cm (8.3in) woofer.
Wireless : WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR, Ethernet RJ45
Wired : Analog RCA, optical SPDIF
DLNA, uPnp, WPS, vTuner
96 kHz / 24 bits
WAV, FLAC, WMA, AIFF, AAC, MP3, Dolby Digital
Satellite x2, magnetic bases x2, subwoofer, interconnect cable, remote, IR receiver, antenna, power cord, user guide, RCA cable, optical cable
Automatic low power standby mode (0.2 W)
On shelf / on stand
Drivers: Tweeter : 29mm / 11.4in soft dome
Midrange-woofer : 10cm/3.9in P2C
150 – 22,000 Hz
Oui Power handling: 2 x 20 W (RMS power of the amplifier on board the subwoofer)
Peak power handling:
Ø 13 cm / 5.1 in
1.3 kg / 2.85 lbs
29 – 150 Hz Power handling: 80 W (RMS power of the subwoofer amplifier)
Dimensions (h x l x p):
33 x 33 x 35 cm / 13 x 13 x 13.8 in
9.3 kg / 20.4 lbs
We liked the concept of the Cabasse Stream 3 enough to give the package a “Stars of CES” Awardback in January. But it’s only now that we’ve managed to get our hands on this DLNA streaming system...
The Stream 3 can be wired directly into your home network, or connect wirelessly using its free dedicated streaming app (for iOS and Android). Integration is swift and painless.
Cabasse has done a fine job with the Stream 3. It’s well specified and sounds really good for a product of this type. 4/5 Stars
Whathifi.com/ Read Full Review
This 2.1 system amazes us with its basses being very full and expressive, the human voices produced by the mid-range and instrumentals produced by the tweeter fully melt into the background of the basses.
AV Speaker Hong Kong
Well, this is a Cabasse system, and we’ve been extremely impressed with their sound quality for quite a while. Stereo imaging from this system was first class, and I mean first class as in state-of-the-art. Tonal balance was good, distortion low, and volume levels fairly high.
The Cabasse Stream 3 is a fine-sounding system with excellent streaming capabilities. Its connections make it a potential two-fingered salute to the soundbar market – this is real hi-fi which, assuming a discreet subwoofer placement, leaves just two very small satellites on display.
Sound & Image Australia