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B&W CI800D Series Brochure 100%

Specification CWM8.3 D CWM8.5 D CCM8.5 D Description 3-way In-wall loudspeaker 2-way In-wall loudspeaker 2-way In-ceiling loudspeaker Technical features Aluminium mini baffle can be turned through 90 degrees Diamond Dome, Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter Anti-resonance plug Flowport™ FST™ midrange unit Carbon Aerofoil bass drivers Diamond Dome, Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter Anti-resonance plug Flowport™ Aluminium Tweeter ‘wing’ Rotatable aluminium mini-baffle allows ‘toe-in’ Diamond Dome, Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter Anti-resonance plug Flowport™ Drive units 1x ø25mm (1in) Diamond Dome, Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter 1x ø130mm (5in) Continuum midrange driver 2 x ø180mm (7in) Aerofoil Bass drivers 1x ø25mm (1in) Diamond Dome, Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter 1x ø180mm (7in) Continuum cone bass/ midrange driver with anti-resonance plug 1x ø25mm (1in) Diamond Dome, Nautilus™ tube-loaded tweeter 1x ø180mm (7in) Continuum cone bass/ midrange driver with anti-resonance plug Frequency range (-6dB) 30Hz - 35kHz 35Hz - 35kHz 35Hz - 35kHz Power handling 200W 120W 120W Sensitivity 89dB 89dB 88dB Impedance Nominal (min) 8Ω 8Ω 8Ω Frame height 880mm (34.6in) 411mm (16.2in) 351mm (13.8in) Frame width 254mm (10in) 247mm (9.7in) 351mm (13.8in) Cut-out height 864mm (34in) 395mm (15.5in) 331mm (13in) Cut-out width 238mm (9.4in) 231mm (9.1in) 331mm (13in) Cut-out allowance 8mm (0.3in) 8mm (0.3in) 8mm (0.3in) Protrusion 8mm (0.3in) 8mm (0.3in) 8mm (0.3in) Net weight 10.9kg 3.5kg 5kg Back box BB CWM8.3 BB CWM8.5 BB CCM8.5 B&W Group Ltd Dale Road Worthing West Sussex BN11 2BH England T +44 (0) 1903 221 800 F +44 (0) 1903 221 801 info@bwgroup.com www.bowers-wilkins.com Matrix, Nautilus, Flowport and FST are registered trademarks of B&W Group Ltd.

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B&W CI700 Series Brochure 97%

For the body of our Nautilus™ speaker, for example, we created a spiralling, conch-like form that drains away all excess sound from the rear of the driver, rather than letting it bounce noisily around the cabinet.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/12/07/b-w-ci700-series-brochure/

07/12/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

B&W CI600 Series Brochure 95%

Specifications CI 600 Series In-ceiling CCM662 CCM663 CCM664 CCM665 CCM682 CCM683 CCM684 Description 2-way in-ceiling system 2-way in-ceiling system 2-way in-ceiling system 2-way in-ceiling system 2-way in-ceiling system 2-way in-ceiling system 2-way in-ceiling system Drive Units 1x ø25mm (1in) 1x ø25mm (1in) 1x ø25mm (1in) 1x ø25mm (1in) 1x ø25mm (1in) 1x ø25mm (1 in) 1x ø25mm (1in) Nautilus™ swirl loaded Nautilus™ swirl loaded soft dome tweeter soft dome tweeter Nautilus™ swirl loaded Nautilus™ swirl loaded soft dome tweeter aluminium dome tweeter aluminium dome tweeter aluminium dome tweeter aluminium dome tweeter 1x ø150mm (6in) 1x ø150mm (6in) 1x ø150mm (6in) 1x ø150mm (6in) 1x ø200mm (8in) 1x ø200mm (8in) 1x ø200mm (8in) blue Kevlar® cone blue Kevlar® cone black glassfibre cone black glassfibre cone blue Kevlar® cone blue Kevlar® cone black glassfibre cone bass/midrange bass/midrange bass/midrange bass/midrange bass/midrange bass/midrange bass/midrange 45Hz – 50kHz 45Hz – 50kHz 45Hz – 35kHz 45Hz – 35kHz 35Hz – 50kHz 35Hz – 50kHz 35Hz – 35kHz 25 – 130w 25 – 130w 25 – 130w 25 – 150w 25 – 130w 25 – 130w Frequency Range (-6dB) Recommended Amp Power 25 – 150w Dream weaving Woven fabric cones are at the heart of our Custom Installation Series speakers.

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07/12/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

skins 83%

1350 Nautilus AstroNautilus 03/09/2012 Still available.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/04/25/skins/

24/04/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Michael David Gutowski resume 83%

Blue David Anthony Consultants (704)239 2000 mikeg@dacusa.com www.worldrecruiters.com Film LAO Warrior X-Men Legends Ipseity Picture Perfect Twilight of The gods Signals 2 Gate 128 The Three Stooges Good Deeds World Trade Organization Dissensions Television Shane Magneto Assassin Chief Rogers Politician Commander Talbot Cain Feature Security Agent Feature Principal, Panel Board Tony Nesterov Kenji Saysok AJ Smith Nicholas Sailer Gavin Davis Rebecca Isbill Davis Roman Pictures Henry Ciero Farrelly Brothers Tyler Perry Productions KC Wong/China Trade Policy Roman Pictures Southern Fried Stings “It’s Supernatural” Homeland WCNC/NBC Principal Principal Feature Principal, Business Analyst True TV Sid Roth Productions Michael Click Brian Sisk Principal/President Tony Byrne Productions Principal, Rock Principal Principal President, CEO Bill Mauch CEO Inc, Joseph Pelayo Tony Byrne Productions Principal, NFL Athlete Principal Nautilus Fitness Productions Video 15 Habits of Highly Effective Recruiters Children Visionary Videos Interview Preparation 20 Steps to a successful Recruiting Firm Commercial Nautilus Fitness Inc Mac’s Speed Shop Theater The Ying &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/02/08/michael-david-gutowski-resume/

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B&W Mini-Theatre Brochure 61%

As well as featuring a unique surround material, the tweeter is tube-loaded – a design innovation we first introduced on our groundbreaking Nautilus™ speaker.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/12/07/b-w-mini-theatre-brochure/

07/12/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Plumed Horse Wine List9 58%

Torres 2011 £6.50 Masi Masianco, Vendemmia 2012 £7.00 Grüner Veltliner, Winzer Krem 2012 £8.50 Torres De Casta, Rose, Chateau Routas 2012 £8.50 Nautilus, Sauvignon Blanc 2012 £8.50 Macon-Uchizy, Mallory &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/10/16/plumed-horse-wine-list9/

16/10/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

B&W CT800 Brochure 55%

CT8 CC The CT8 CC centre speaker borrows its Nautilus™-inspired driver line-up from the CT8 LR front speaker.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/12/31/b-w-ct800-brochure/

31/12/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

teoabeI 50%

That was the years of glory of the Russian rock – Kino, Nautilus Pompilius.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/02/25/teoabei/

25/02/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

LeagueCompeoeneodniaium 46%

Random Tips  Don't Play On Tilt, especially if you have really inconsistent play. Play normals to make play  more consistent.   When doing bad figure out what you are doing wrong.  Take Breaks  DON'T HAVE TO REDEEM YOURSELF BY SPAMMING RANKED!  Don't Scare people into B'ing when you have a guaranteed kill. If 1 rotation won't 100­0 (EARLY  GAME LB), make sure to poke first, unless you are looking to zone only.   Minions are OP ( early game 3 casters = 1 aaing champion)  When playing a pick comp, you can't be sieged. They will be grouped, playing safe and ready to  disengage. Really hard initiation helps with this (Vi/Malph ult),  but real pick champs like zed, elise, kha, thresh suffer greatly  Bot Inhibitor most important, since it is farthest from Baron.             Top    Get teleport if you don’t die to ignite :) Get ignite if you need the kill.    Item counter to champion type​ :   ● Against AD Casters, get sunfire.   ● Against Sustained damage get Randiuns eventually, but a wardens mail tabi will suffice  to get damage item.   ● Against Super tanks, start something like dorans blade, to punish them for weak early  game. However be careful of over extending and getting ganked.   ● Against High harassers, get doran’s shield for sustain obv. Pantheon loses to cloth 5  btw, not dorans shield.   ● If the two people are of a similar type, then doran’s shield is usually the safer one  because you can trade and if it’s close, then you will both probably just farm until full hp  or something. However, if it’s a snowball lane, fort pot or doran’s blade is possible to try  and tip the lane in your favor early. Just realize there is a risk to this. Patch 4.4: Doran’s  shield nerf promotes Doran’s Blade  Usually, you just want to get an item that lets you farm until you get lvl 5, where you push out  and buy a more impactful item.     Tier List (No particular order):  Strongest:  Irelia, Rumble, Gnar, Annie    Any good Irelia/Rumble/Gnar wins easily.  Irelia ­ Max E against people like Gnar/Nidalee (ranged), max W against tanks. Buy Trinity  Force as a core, then Botrk against AD or just go tank. It’s good to harass with E ­> hit with  sheen proc. Dyrus said Chinese people do this just believe me. Last Shadow said all in trade  without dying if your tp is up and you can buy a sheen.    Rumble ­ Just go standard R>Q>E>W, buy haunting guise agaginst ap or zhonays against ad.  Then depending on the situation, get more damage in the form of magic pen, or rylais.    Gnar ­ Max R>Q>E>W, buy brutalizer/hex drinker and then tank(keep cdr in mind).    Annie ­ Max R > Q > W > E. Start with a crystalline flask and 3 pots, with mastery points in  butchery and biscuits. Use your Q and press E before it hits at 3 stacks, so you get 4 stacks  when the Q hits and you stun them. That will trick them once to get stunned, but they may start  paying attention to it later, though it is hard because you always have to be clicked. Build Roa >  tear > Frozen Heart/Iceborn Gauntlet > Archangles > More tank/damage. Add situationl boots.    Requires some Game Knowledge, still strong but somewhat subpar to above:  Akali, Maokai, Lissandra, Jarvan, Vladimir, Swain, Shyvanna, Dr. Mundo, Renekton, Ryze, Jax,  Nasus, Rengar, Darius    Akali is Akali    Maokai can get really tanky    Lissandra gets easy kills    Jarvan, Darius are strong lane bullies.    Valdimir is gay.    Swain is Vladimir with mana starting level 6.    Shyvanna, Dr. Mundo, Renekton are alright.    Ryze is weaker.    Jax still needs to scale.    Nasus stacks.    Rengar is cheesy, idk why he seems strong but I can’t play him.      You need mechanics and certain criteria have to be met for sucess:  Sion, Cho’Gath, Riven, Zed, Tryndamere, Sejuani, Jayce, Kayle, Kha’zix, Teemo, Singed,  Quinn, Nidalee, Yasuo    Sion, Cho, Sejuani are tanky, lack dueling power.    Riven, Zed, Yasuo, Kha’zix, Jayce, Quinn, Nidalee are strong but need to snowball.    Tryndamere, Singed require high mechanics towards the specific champion.    Kayle pushes hard. That’s about it.    Note: Dyrus says a good nidalee will never lose lane.    Match Up Guide   Irelia can beat everyone if you know the power spike.  Gnar and Annie poke hard. Gnar has weaknesses in both forms so know them well. Annie gets  her stun up a lot so she can trade a lot.  Rumble scales well, but his early game is weak. You still have to play very carefully.    Assassin’s are weak to ganks.  People who have to scale are weak to ganks.  People who have high sustain have to be ganked before it scales.  Don’t hit Maokai in his ulti.  People who are casters should be traded against if they use them on the creeps.    Jungle    jungling: early efficiency, speed, sustain, drag/baron  mobility: speed boost, dash, wall jump, global skill  ganking: various ganking power  lane pushing: ability to push empty lanes (speed, individual ability, escape ability)  lane clearing: ability to clear waves while under siege tower (speed, safety)  small scale fights: 1~3champs fighting ability  big scale fights: 4~5champs fighting ability  *rated 1~10 for each part    Poppy­1  jungling­10, mobility­6, ganking­4, lane pushing­3, lane clearing­6, small scale fights­4, big scale  fights ­10    Gragas  jungling­8, mobility­10, ganking­6, lane pushing­9, lane clearing­10, small scale fights­7, big  scale fights­6    Nasus  jungling­6, mobility­4, ganking­3, lane pushing­8, lane clearing­8, small scale fights­5, big scale  fights­6    Nautilus  jungling­4, mobility­6, ganking­8, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­3, small scale fights­5, big scale  fights­8    Nocturn  jungling­8, mobility­6, ganking­6, lane pushing­8, lane clearing­6, small scale fights­8, big scale  fights­5    NuNu  jungling­2, mobility­10, ganking­8, lane pushing­4, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­6      Riven  jungling­6, mobility­10, ganking­6, lane pushing­8, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­10, big  scale fights­6    Leesin  jungling­6, mobility­10, ganking­10, lane pushing­5, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­10, big  scale fights­7    Master yi  jungling­8, mobility­6, ganking­4, lane pushing­7, lane clearing­6, small scale fights­7, big scale  fights­5    Maokai  jungling­3, mobility­4, ganking­8, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­4, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­8    Mundo  jungling­6, mobility­5, ganking­6, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­4, small scale fights­8, big scale  fights­8    Vi  jungling­7, mobility­9, ganking­6, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­4, small scale fights­8, big scale  fights­7    Volibear  jungling­4, mobility­5, ganking­7, lane pushing­2, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­9, big scale  fights­7    Shaco  jungling­6, mobility­9, ganking­8, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­4    Sejuani  jungling­4, mobility­9, ganking­6, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­5, big scale  fights­8    Shen  jungling­2, mobility­6, ganking­5, lane pushing­4, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­5    Shyvana  jungling­9, mobility­6, ganking­5, lane pushing­8, lane clearing­3, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­7    Skarner  jungling­6, mobility­5, ganking­7, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­3, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­5    Xinzhao  jungling­5, mobility­6, ganking­8, lane pushing­4, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­7, big scale  fights­6    Amumu  jungling­8, mobility­5, ganking­6, lane pushing­6, lane clearing­2, small scale fights­6, big scale  fights­10    Aatrox  jungling­5, mobility­8, ganking­6, lane pushing­5, lane clearing­5, small scale fights­9, big scale  fights­6 

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/08/05/leaguecompeoeneodniaium/

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EPD MSR Review Feasibility Study July 2015 42%

Civilian nuclear power was initiated in the USA with the Shippingport pressurised water reactor, a land-based adaptation of PWR technology chosen for the Nautilus, the first US Navy nuclear submarine.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/08/13/epd-msr-review-feasibility-study-july-2015/

13/08/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

classifiche MF 03-17 luglio e classifica società cumulativa 40%

CILO CLUB TEAM RAGGIO LAINATESE TEAM SINTESI NAUTILUS 1 10 163 1 10 164 1 10 165 10 ARS ROBUR CESENA 26 205 45 BIKE TEAM LGL 5 11 AVIS FORLI 36 188 46 CICLOTURISTICA PERUGIA 5 12 CINQUE CERCHI POL 27 179 47 POLISPORTIVA CASTIGLIONESE 7 13 ATLETICA 85 FAENZA 13 175 48 TEAM FARO 1975 14 POLISPORTIVA GRAMA 15 171 49 15 SASSO MARCONI S.C.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/07/22/classifiche-mf-03-17-luglio-e-classifica-societa-cumulativa/

22/07/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

EMPN2015-Issue 2015-9 31%

The Department for Transport (DfT) has established a review group involving the UK Chamber, the unions Nautilus International and RMT, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and HM Revenue &

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/09/25/empn2015-issue-2015-9/

25/09/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

SRS20-29 22%

původní soustavy B & W Nautilus).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/09/06/srs20-29/

06/09/2014 www.pdf-archive.com