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Monday, 15 May 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Designed to compliment the Lynnfield VR Tower speakers, Boston Acoustics today introduced the new Lynnfield VR center channel loudspeakers. Featuring Boston Acoustics MagnaGuard which allows the speakers to safely be placed on top of TVs, the VR 920 and VR 910 are priced at $599.95 MSRP and $349.95 MSRP respectively. Both speakers incorporate Boston Acoustics’ 1 inch aluminum VR tweeter with Amplitude Modification Device (AMD). Attached to the back each tweeter is a die-cast aluminum heat sink to efficiently cool the speaker when operating at high power levels. The 7 inch tall VR 920 is a three-way design featuring Boston Acoustics new 3 1/2-inch midrange driver that is vertically aligned with the VR tweeter. Two active 5 1/4 by 7 1/2-inch woofers provide bass down to 55Hz and allow a reduction in height without compromising performance. The VR920's rear mounted vents ...
Monday, 15 May 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Designed to compliment the Lynnfield VR Tower speakers, Boston Acoustics today introduced the new Lynnfield VR center channel loudspeakers. Featuring Boston Acoustics MagnaGuard which allows the speakers to safely be placed on top of TVs, the VR 920 and VR 910 are priced at $599.95 MSRP and $349.95 MSRP respectively.
Saturday, 01 April 2000 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The Wilson CUB II Loudspeaker is ready to roll for U.S. and worldwide distribution. Priced at $7,500, plus $2,590 for color-matched stands, Wilson’s new CUB II loudspeakers feature a redesigned tweeter and cabinet design poured from the same resin as the $40,000 a pair MAXX loudspeakers. The CUB IIs are two inches shallower and have an overall smaller footprint than CUB Is. For no extra charge, the CUB IIs are available in shielding to protect your tube TV sets and big screens from ugly and potentially damaging video gauging. CUB IIs will compete with the Revel Studio ($9,995) and Martin Logan’s new Prodigy hybrid elctrostatic loudspeakers ($9,999).
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