The panel with the display and the IR sensor is rather small:
The standby power is necessary for the system to be conveniently turned on and off with the remote control. There are also two highlighting LEDs here and very cute Power and Reset buttons:
The buttons move softly, yet with distinct response, just like buttons on expensive hi-fi devices.
Now we have to give you some bad news, too. When describing the Tenor, we pointed out that the intake fan wasn’t feeling quite well, and the two composers haven’t got rid of this problem:
This is not the best place for a fan and the vent opening is much too small, too. There is actually not much help from this fan and you’d better turn it off right away to reduce noise. For the fan to make some sense, you can try to cut a bigger opening in the front panel.
Everything you receive along with the system case is packaged into a small cardboard box you will find fastened under the case’s bottom stiffness rib:
The accessories are not very numerous:
This is a remote control with batteries, some fasteners, a disc with software for the remote control and the VFD-display, and a small software manual. No extras here.