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  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
  • Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"

Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"

5.1 Home cinema HiFi set including imposing stand speakers, centre and dipoles
Home cinema set with HiFi stand speakers for amazing playback
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Home Cinema Theater 400 "5.1-Set Cinema"
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Key advantages at a glance
  • Home cinema set with HiFi stand speakers for amazing playback
  • 1 Center with set-back tweeter for optimal play
  • 2 Dipoles for real rear cinema atmosphere
  • 250 watt sub with 250 mm woofer
  • Works with every AV Receiver
  • Recommended for rooms up to 40 sqm
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Your all-round perfect solution, regardless whether Music or Films are your thing: the Theater 400.

The Stand speakers
The Teufel T 400 stand speakers are state-of-the-art pieces: not the least of which the "Waveguide" special housing which makes for a completely homogenous, simultaneous and immediate sound. 

The Center and Dipoles
The tweeter and mid-range driver of the center work to assure perfect sound playback and excellent speech intelligibility: and the fantastic T 110 Dipoles round out the total area of sound for your room. You won't hear better surround sound. 

The Subwoofer
The T 1000 SW delivers extreme bass - down to 33 Hz - thanks to the 250 mm woofer in combination with the 250 watt amplifier. Rooms up to 40 sqm will be ably filled with tremendous sound. 

Regardless if you're a music or films sort of person, you're guaranteed to be thrilled with the performance of this set. Check it out today!

Included components

  • Dipole Speaker T 110 D
  • Dipole Speaker T 110 D
  • Centre Speaker T 110 C
  • Subwoofer T 1000 SW
  • Floor Speaker T 400


Subwoofer T 1000 SW
Subwoofer T 1000 SW
The magnetically screened T 1000 SW subwoofer guarantees clean and undistorted bass from impressive depths. It's perfect for music playback and bass channel effects from a home cinema system.

An internal Class D power amplifier relentlessly drives the 250 mm (diameter) bass driver with 250 watt RMS. The bass drivers' significant air displacement is positively intensified through a bass reflex opening.

T 1000 SW's 33 Hz low is otherwise unheard of in its price category.
Subwoofer T 1000 SW
Maximum sound pressure level 104 dB/1m
Woofer (number per enclosure) 1
Woofer (diameter) 250.00 mm
Woofer (material) Cellulose
Miscellaneous Klippel-optimized woofers
Enclosure type Bass reflex
Enclosure material MDF
Enclosure surface High gloss (front), foil (corpus)
Equalisation openings 2
Equalisation openings (pos.) Bottom
Removable front cover Yes
Net internal volume 54 Litres
Magnetic shielding Yes
Lowest frequency (-3 dB) 33 Hz
Frequency regulator (range) 40 - 240 Hz
Full Range/Low Pass switch Yes
Level control Yes
Phase control Adjustable
Amplifier technology Digital
Amplifier channels 1
Power output capacity impulse (peak) Bass 260 W
Power output capacity sinus (RMS) Bass 250 W
Standby-Function Yes
Mains cable - IEC connector (non-heating device) Yes
Safety class 2
Fuse Yes
Depth 44.50 cm
Width 32.00 cm
Height 50.00 cm
Weight 19.70 kg
Dipole Speaker T 110 D
Dipole Speaker T 110 D
The T 110 D is a double speaker, in a way. Two tweeters and two mid- low range drivers are in the two Dipole speakers for the two back channels.

For extra sound effects and to be as realistic as possible these surround speakers create the perfect room atmosphere, not just blasting one way but from both the front and back. This sound picture is diffuse and no exact location can be located thanks to the additional reflections from the walls and ceiling. This is how you achieve an exremely atmospheric sound.

The back of the radiant two-way speaker can be switched off, and then you have two extra front T 110 F speakers. This setting is avisible if the rear speakers are not going to be placed exactly on the wall but will be in the room itself and/or on a stand. This is how the T 110 D is flexible for every sitting room situation.
Dipole Speaker T 110 D
Continuous power handling (IEC - Long Term) 90 Watt
Peak power capacity (IEC - Short Term) 140 Watt
Sensitivity (2.83 V / 1 m) 90 dB
Minimum amplifier output power recommended 100 Watt
Impedance 4 Ohm
Frequency range from/to 100 - 20000 Hz
Phase switch Dipole/Monopole Yes
Tweeter (number per enclosure) 2
Tweeter (diameter) 25.00 mm
Tweeter (material) Fabric
Woofer (number per enclosure) 2
Woofer (diameter) 130.00 mm
Woofer (material) Cellulose, coated
Acoustic principle 2-way
Enclosure type Closed
Enclosure material MDF 15mm
Enclosure surface High gloss (front & back), foil (corpus)
Removable front cover Yes
Net internal volume 6 Litres
Wall mounting brackets Yes
Magnetic shielding Yes
Terminal clamps Screw terminals
Suitable for banana plug Yes
Maximum cable diameter 10.00 mm
Depth 21.40 cm
Width 16.30 cm
Height 26.00 cm
Weight 5.10 kg
Floor Speaker T 400
Floor Speaker T 400
Compact HiFi slimline standing speakers. Three-way design with 2 x 135 mm bass drivers and 135 mm mid-range driver. 180 watts of performance. Optimised waveguide tweeter. Recommended up to 35 sqm.
Floor Speaker T 400
Acoustic principle 3-Way-System
Enclosure type Bass reflex
Continuous power handling (IEC - Long Term) 140 Watt
Peak power capacity (IEC - Short Term) 180 Watt
Sensitivity (2.83 V / 1 m) 85 dB
Minimum amplifier output power recommended 50 Watt
Impedance 4 - 8 Ohm
Frequency range from/to 52 - 20000 Hz
Crossover frequency internal switch 300 / 3000 Hz
Tweeter (number per enclosure) 1
Tweeter (diameter) 28.00 mm
Tweeter (material) Fabric
Midrange driver (number per enclosure) 1
Midrange driver (diameter) 130.00 mm
Midrange driver (material) Cellulose-sandwich cone
Woofer (number per enclosure) 2
Woofer (diameter) 130.00 mm
Woofer (material) Kevlar black
Miscellaneous Waveguide tweeter, Long throw bass driver, phase shift compensation
Enclosure material MDF 18 mm
Enclosure surface Foil
Equalisation openings 1
Equalisation openings (pos.) Bottom
Removable front cover Yes
Net internal volume 23 Litres
Integrated stand Yes
Magnetic shielding Yes
Miscellaneous Front cover material: MDF frame + fabric,
Stand: fixed
Terminal clamps Screw terminals
Suitable for banana plug Yes
Bi-Amping/Bi-Wiring Yes
Maximum cable diameter 10.00 mm
Lowest frequency (-3 dB) 52 Hz
Depth 30.00 cm
Width 16.30 cm
Height 95.00 cm
Weight 20.50 kg
Centre Speaker T 110 C
Centre Speaker T 110 C
To achieve the ideal approximate home cinema loudspeaker system, we’ve taken the tweeter out of the Centre speaker, so that the driver order is exactly the same as the T 110 F front loudspeakers. The goal of having identical loudspeakers was thus achieved.

The tweeter has been set back a few millimeters in order to make the drivers in the loudspeakers more exact when played together. These measures ensure amazingly good voice understandability and improved impulse playback, where also the frequencyswitch together with the woofer contributes a great deal.

The loudspeaker is not being sold separately – it is available only in the Theater 100 set.
Centre Speaker T 110 C
Continuous power handling (IEC - Long Term) 60 Watt
Peak power capacity (IEC - Short Term) 80 Watt
Sensitivity (2.83 V / 1 m) 86 dB
Minimum amplifier output power recommended 100 Watt
Impedance 4 Ohm
Frequency range from/to 90 - 20000 Hz
Tweeter (number per enclosure) 1
Tweeter (diameter) 25.00 mm
Tweeter (material) Fabric
Woofer (number per enclosure) 1
Woofer (diameter) 130.00 mm
Woofer (material) Cellulose, coated
Miscellaneous Free-standing tweeter
Acoustic principle 2-way
Enclosure type Closed
Enclosure material MDF 12 mm
Enclosure surface High gloss (front), foil (corpus)
Removable front cover Yes
Net internal volume 5 Litres
Magnetic shielding Yes
Terminal clamps Schraubklemmen
Suitable for banana plug Yes
Maximum cable diameter 10.00 mm
Depth 18.80 cm
Width 30.50 cm
Height 22.00 cm
Weight 4 kg

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Welche Einstellungen nehme ich an meinem AV-Receiver vor?
Ein Set mit Standboxen und Subwoofer lässt unterschiedliche Einstellungen an Ihrem AV-Receiver  zu. Nehmen Sie die Einstellungen im Lautsprecher-Setup-Menü des AV-Receivers vor.

Einstellung A
Betreiben Sie die Standlautsprecher mit der Einstellung "small", haben Sie die Möglichkeit die Übergangsfrequenz auf 100 Hz zu setzen. Der Subwoofer harmoniert dann perfekt mit dem Center- und den Rear-Lautsprechern. Die Flankensteilheit des Filters im Receiver reicht allerdings nicht aus, den Basspegel der großen Standlautsprecher unterhalb der Übergangsfrequenz schlagartig zu verringern. Die Folge: Die Standboxen sind nicht  stark genug bei 100 Hz abgeregelt, sondern geben auch noch die Frequenzen darunter vermindert wieder. Im Bereich der Trennfrequenz werden alle Frequenzen hörbar lauter wiedergegeben, da sie hier sowohl von den Standboxen als auch vom Subwoofer abgestrahlt werden. Einige Filme können von diesem erhöhten Basspegel enorm profitieren. Von einer Musikwiedergabe raten wir allerdings ab.

Einstellung B
Bei dieser Einstellung passen Sie den Subwoofer an die Standlautsprecher an. Auch hier wählen Sie für die Standlautsprecher den Parameter "small", setzten allerdings die Übergangsfrequenz auf 50 Hz. Je nach Aufstellung regeln Sie den Subwooferpegel ab oder nach. Die Flankensteilheit des Filters im AV-Receiver ist meist zu gering, um eine exakte Frequenzanpassung vorzunehmen. Dadurch ergibt sich eine kleine Erhöhung im Bereich der Übergangsfrequenz, welche Sie allerdings durch eine geschickte Aufstellung oder durch ein Herabregeln des Subwooferpegels kompensieren können. Insgesamt erhalten Sie aber eine beeindruckende Wiedergabe für Musik, da diese Kombination einen sehr weiten Frequenzbereich abdeckt. Für die Filmtonwiedergabe ist diese Einstellung nicht perfekt, da der Center- und die Rear-Lautsprecher nicht bis hinunter auf 50 Hz reichen. Es ergibt sich ein kleiner Einbruch im Frequenzgang, jedoch werden über die Center- und Rear-Kanäle ab 80 Hz meistens eh keine relevanten Informationen ausgegeben.

Einstellung C
Wählen Sie für die Standlautsprecher den Parameter "large", so dass diese den gesamten Frequenzbereich der Signalquelle wiedergeben. Die Übergangsfrequenz für die restlichen Lautsprecher setzen Sie auf 100 Hz, somit wird das reine LFE-Signal sowie auch die Tieftonanteile des Centers und der Rear-Lautsprecher über den Subwoofer ausgegeben. Diese Einstellung eignet sich sowohl für Musik als auch Filmton. Bei einer Musikwiedergabe werden zwar nur die Standlautsprecher angesteuert und das gesamte Frequenzspektrum reicht nicht ganz so tief wie in Einstellung A oder B, allerdings treten bei reiner Musik, im Gegensatz zum Filmton, sehr selten derartige tieffrequente Schallanteile auf. Experimentieren Sie einfach mit den verschiedenen Einstellungen. Sicherlich finden Sie den für Sie passenden Sound. Viele AV-Receiver bieten auch die Möglichkeit „Presets“ anzulegen.
Do I also have a 6.1/7.1 playback for a 5.1 recording?
Usually, all 6.1/7.1 AV Receivers can generate a 6.1/7.1 playback from a 5.1 recording. The procedure is comparable with the Dolby Pro Logic Decoder, which generates a matrix circuit from the stereo signal of a centre channel.

The AV Receivers thus generate a rear centre channel from the rear R/L channels of a 5.1 recording through the matrix circuit. The stronger the rear R/L effects on the DVD, the stronger the signal from the rear centre.
Can I connect the LT 4 directly to a DVD player or PC?

The LT 4 is a partially active system that requires AV receiver operation. It has a built-in amplifier that only supplies bass tones in the subwoofer housing That is why an "AV Receiver", i.e. a combination of radio receiver and multichannel amplifier, is essential for using the LT 4.

The subwoofer is connected from the Line In R input to the AV receiver's sub out jack using a mono RCA cable, while the three front satellites are connected to the three speaker outputs of the AV Receiver using the speaker cable and are supplied with power from there.

Connect signal-emitting source appliances such as DVD player or PC etc. directly to the corresponding input jacks on the AV Receiver.
When would it be worth upgrading my 5.1 system to 6.1/7.1 sound?
Naturally 5.1 channel systems that play back all of the sound tracks contained on the DVDs already offer an excellent home cinema experience.

For the new 6.1 or 7.1 sound formats, a rear centre channel is controlled in addition to these channels. This channel, coded in the stereo effect channels, enables the better positioning of effects and music signals directly behind where you are sitting.

If using two speakers for the rear centre channel, the optimal seating position is not tailored to an individually specified position, i.e. you don't have to be seated in the exact centre.

In the following cases we would recommend upgrading to a 6.1 or 7.1 system:

• Your sitting position is not always dead centre, or you often have several viewers

• You have had a 5.1 system for a very long time and would like an improvement

• Your AV amplifier/receiver is designed as a 6.1 or 7.1 receiver and offers the corresponding connection possibilities

• You can also set up one and/or two rear centres. If you are currently building/renovating your house or flat, we would recommend you lay the cables for the additional rear centre channels in any case.

• Modern BluRay players usually issue a true 7.1 surround sound signal at all digital outputs and are thus optimally suitable - presuming the relevant AV Receiver - as a signal transmitter for a 7.1 channel home cinema system.
How do I upgrade my system to a 6.1 or 7.1 sound format?
The choice of speaker(s) depends on the AV Receiver/amplifier. This has an additional power amplifier for one rear centre (6.1) or its two (7.1). You can easily see this by the wattage (e.g. 6 x 100 watt or 7 x 100 watt). To the existing (side) rear speakers for right/left (5.1 technology), one or two additional rear centres are utilised in addition (6.1 or 7.1 technology).

• My AV amplifier/receiver has six connections/power amplifiers (6.1):

In this case we recommend connecting the same centre at the rear that you also used in the front area.

• My AV amplifier/receiver has 7 connections/power amplifiers (7.1):

If you already use dipoles or direct emitters for your 5.1 system, then you have a choice of either supplementing two more dipoles or two direct emitters. For wall assembly and a short distance from the seating location to the rear wall (less than 1.00 metres), we would recommend dipoles. As soon as you want to set up the speakers on bases or on a shelf, then direct emitters would be the better choice.

Even if the AV Receiver/amplifier only has the connection and power amplifier performance for one rear centre, it is still possible to connect two instead of just one speaker through series connection.

• The AV amplifier/receiver has seven connections/power amplifiers, but I can only set up one rear centre. As the 7.1 AV amplifiers/receiver also offer the option of operating just one of the two outputs (usually can be set in the speaker set-up!), you can also only connect just one rear centre.

Here we recommend connecting the same centre to the rear that you also used in the front area. For short distances to the listening location (less than 1.00 metres), a dipole would be the better choice - especially if you are also using dipoles at the sides.
Is it a problem if the speakers are at different distances to where you are sitting?
Since the distance and volume of every individual speaker can be adjusted for the digital home cinema receivers, asymmetrical set-ups can be easily compensated. 
How do I equalise my home cinema system with the help of a sound level meter?
Take the level meter with you to the listening position and point the measuring device directly towards the front centre speaker. Now start the sound generator of the receiver (or of the sound card or DVD player) and equalise all speakers in succession to the same level.

The position and alignment of the measuring device should not be changed during this procedure. For a Teufel sound level meter, proceed as detailed in the following:

1. Remove the protective tab from the battery.

2. Set the weighting to "A" - only the "A" position considers the full frequency range during measuring!

3. Set the response to Slow.

4. Set the Range to 70.

5. Start the test noise from your AV device.

6. Change the volume for every individual channel at the AV device so that the level meter shows 75 dB (meaning between +4 and +6).

7. Done!
What is the difference between the 5.1 and 7.1 configuration?
Compared with the 5.1 set, the 7.1 set has two extra speakers for the back rear centre channel.

The 5.1 channel set plays back all sound tracks on DVDs/Blu-rays and creates an excellent home cinema experience.

With the 7.1 sound format, a rear centre channel is also generated in addition to these channels and distributed to two further speakers (the "rear centre"). This channel, which is encoded in the stereo effects channels, allows better location of effects and music signals directly behind the sitting position.

If you use two speakers for the rear centre channel (i.e. installed 7.1 set), the optimum sitting position is not restricted to one specific place, so you don't have to be sitting exactly in the middle and several listeners can enjoy the best sound.
Where is the optimal place for the centre of my Lautsprecher Teufel Surround System in a 5.1/6.1/7.1 configuration?
Because the centre plays back spoken dialogue, this speaker must be positioned as centrally as possible under or over the TV/monitor or the screen.

If the centre is placed outside the area of 40 centimetres to 1.20 meter height, it should be slightly inclined or angled towards the listener.

Which speaker cables does Teufel recommend?
For smaller sets up to Theater 1, we recommend using the 2.5 mm² Teufel speaker cable for optimal sound quality if the required length does not exceed 15 metres.

For Theater 2 and larger systems, we recommend the Teufel cable with 4 mm² cross-section for the front/centre speakers, and the 2.5 mm² cable up to a length of 15 metres for the effect speakers.

Choose a higher cross-section for even greater lengths.
Can I order the Teufel speakers in different colours than those offered?
To realise the very reasonable sales prices usual for Teufel, it is not possible to offer the speakers in a multitude of housing designs.

This circumstance would drive up the production and storage costs, which would result in a significantly more expensive sales price.

A paint shop in your vicinity will surely be able to repaint the speaker housing to your preferred colour without loss of warranty - after expiry of the eight-week right of return.
Which cables do I need to connect a Teufel speaker set to the AV Receiver?
A home cinema system needs speaker cables to connect the satellite speakers to the receivers, and an NF mono RCA cable to connect the active subwoofer to the sub out socket of the AV Receiver.
Is it possible to combine speaker cables with different cross-sections?
To supplement missing cable lengths you can use speaker cables of differing thicknesses without acoustical differences - provided there are no extreme differences in the cross-sections.
Should I rather choose a fully active or a partially active speaker set?
It is compulsory to connect partially active systems to an AV Receiver. This supplies the five to seven satellite speakers with the necessary power. Only the subwoofer works additionally with its own amplifier. The investment in a new system is higher because of the AV Receiver, but the solution is also much more flexible. After all, you can connect several signal sources, such as a TV, satellite receiver, PC, game console and MP3 player to an AV Receiver at the same time.

Fully active set do not necessarily need an AV Receiver. The five to seven satellite speakers here are supplied with power by the amplifiers which are installed in the subwoofer in addition to the subwoofer power amplifier. This saves you the costs of a receiver, but it is usually only possible to connect one source to our fully active subwoofer.

Exceptions here are the Concept E2, the Concept E Magnum Digital, the Motiv 5 Digital, the Concept F, the LT2+R and the Concept S+R.

Naturally you can also equip the fully active systems with an AV Receiver at a later point. The connection is then equal to the partially active sets.
Can I set up the set in a different way to that described?
The recommended set-up information below represents the best possible arrangement for perfect multichannel playback in your home. Your available space, your partner or your furniture may not always allow you to arrange the speakers in the ideal manner. Try to meet as many of the requirements as possible.

Modern AV Receivers offer numerous options for compensating electronically for any compromises in the set up. Generally speaking, the following rule always applies: you can always use our recommendations as a basis for experimenting with what works best for you, acoustically and optically. Let your ears (and eyes) decide!
My subwoofer is humming. What can I do?
This hum can be caused by the connected devices or disruptions in your electricity current. Please do a test to see which it is.

1. Remove the RCA cable from the input on the subwoofer. If the hum is no longer heard, go to point B. Otherwise, follow point A.

A. Attach the net cable of the subwoofer to another electricity outlet (i.e. Kitchen/Bathroom/Bedroom). If the subwoofer still hums, get in contact with our Support team.

Should the hum no longer be there, the disruption was a problem in your power supply, which can, for instance, be caused by dimmers or chargers. To find out where the disruption is, unplug all your devices and work back from there. As soon as the hum is heard, you now know your source of the disruption.

B. In your case, the "ground hum" is responsible for the disruption. Please proceed as follows to discover your source.

  • Disconnect the cable or satellite port from the TV Receiver and check if the hum disappears or not. If it does, you can use a sheath current filter for the cable outlet to prevent this. For example, the sheath current filter AC 9022 ED. If you have a satellite connection, connect the Satellite Receiver to the optical cable playback source - Teufel Optical Digital Cable

  • If this reason can be excluded, separate all devices from the AV Receiver one at a time until the hum stops. The last connected device is then your hum source and should be separated from the others using a galvanic separation filter (found in a retail shop)

  • If this doesn't work, get in contact with us once again so that we can give an individual, helpful response.
What is the advantage of bi-amping/bi-wiring?
Bi-amping means that the speaker can be operated by two amplifiers at the same time, or by a bi-amping-capable AV receiver. This enables the different chassis (for the treble mid-tone and bass range) to be individually supplied with one signal. Among other things, this could increase the sound performance of a speaker.

Bi-wiring states that the corresponding speaker can be controlled at the same time with two different speaker cables, meaning via separated input sockets for the treble and mid-tone range on one hand, and for the bass range of the frequency switch on the other. This could improve the sound even more. Bi-wiring is the prerequisite for bi-amping.
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