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Part 1: Hardware

Like other system cases from Thermaltake, these come packaged in colorful boxes that give you some detailed info about the contained products:

 

 

The contents of these two boxes are absolutely identical: a system case, a user guide, and a cleaning micro-fiber napkin. What sets these models apart from the Tenor is the front panel design:

 

Well, it is certainly far from the traditional PC case design. These system cases look more like some hi-fi electronics and wouldn’t be out of place if put down on the same stand. The single thing you may want to make a mental note of is the coloring. The light-colored Bach will not match well your dark-colored home audio/video devices, while the two-tone Mozart will. One of the questions often asked by people who choose such system cases remotely is if its dimensions are like those of typical hi-fi components? The dull width/height/depth numbers may don’t mean much for some user who wants to know exactly how the system is going to look in his/her home. It’s for such users that we made a snapshot of the Bach next to a popular low-end receiver Yamaha RX-V375:

 
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