The package for the Bravura 7.1 is rather small and heavy and features the obligatory muse graphic. As with other Auzentech products this box is loaded with logos and specifications outlining all the features the end user just invested in for their new sound system. The box is loaded with buzzwords and catch phrases that will catch the attention of gamers and audio crazies alike. Lets have a peek inside and see what was bundled together for the end user.
The bundle is modest, offering the bare essentials for setting up different output configurations. The Auzentech Bravura 7.1 bundle includes:
Auzentech Bravura 7.1
Quick Start Guide
1/8 headphone adapter
Insulating washer, jack collar
But let's have a a Closer look at the Bravura 7.1
Closer look at the I/O
Starting from the left we have, a flexi-Jack which contains both Line, Microphone and S/Pdif inputs. After that we have the larger ¼ inch headphone amplifier output. Followed by the multi-channel outputs:
Front channel line outputs (Green), Rear Channel line outputs (Black), Center and Subwoofer line outputs (Orange), Side channel line outputs. (Grey) and the S/Pdif digital Combo output jack.
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