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Friday, 18 June 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Polk Audio announced the return of the Monitor Series moniker to Polk's family of home loudspeakers. In 1975 Polk Audio ushered in a new era of loudspeaker performance and value with the introduction of the Monitor Series. The original Monitor Series set new standards for performance and value and put Polk Audio on track to become one of the best known and most successful speaker brands. The Monitor Series of 2004 features two bookshelf models and three floor-standers ranging in price from $230 per pair for the Monitor 30 bookshelf, through $920 per pair for the top-of-line Monitor 70 towers. Two new Powered Subwoofers and two Center Channel models complement the clean, stylish look and effortless performance of the Monitor front channel models for life-like home theater performance.
Monday, 12 April 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
To celebrate the company’s 25th Anniversary, Focal-JMlab has produced three new special specification Electra models as part of a numbered, limited-edition series to be called Electra Be. The series will run parallel to the current Electra range and will include a two-way stand mount- Electra Be 907- and two floor standing speakers- the Electra Be 927 and 937 with 165 mm and 210 mm bass drivers, respectively. The new speakers will be offered in a choice of two finishes with a host of technical upgrades including the Beryllium tweeter, which is normally reserved for the Utopia Be range. The worldwide availability for the Electra Be products will be strictly limited, with just 1000 units of the Electra 907, 500 units of the Electra Be 927 and 300 units of the Electra Be 937 being produced. The Electra 907 was the first to launch last month. The 927 and 937 will launch in the ...
Tuesday, 06 April 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Krell introduces their newest loudpseaker series that concentrates both on sound quality as well as aesthetics. Applying the same Lossless Acoustic Transducer (LAT) technology and design principles that are the foundation of the LAT Series loudspeakers, the Resolution Series marries state-of-the-art components with beautifully crafted cabinets to create a loudspeaker unlike any before it according to Krell. Understanding that cabinet construction is as vital to the performance of a loudspeaker as the drivers and crossover network, the Resolution Series cabinets are a 1-inch thick MDF (medium density fiberboard) while the baffles are 2-inch thick MDF ensuring the elimination of baffle resonance. Midrange drivers are isolated within their own enclosures and the speaker’s internal bracing is asymmetrically aligned to further increase the cabinet’s rigidity. The curvature of the cabinets not only adds to their aesthetics, but also helps eliminate internal standing waves that can be detrimental to sound quality.
Tuesday, 06 January 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Now following up on the Mythos One, Two and Three are four additional models which are designed to be merchandised in three new surround packages. Key to these new models is their achievement of the same level of performance but in a more compact size and at a more affordable price. Mythos Four ($699 ea.) and Five ($499 ea.) are sleek and sexy towers with striking contemporary styling, which combines a polished extruded aircraft-grade aluminum cabinet (available in silver or black) with a tempered glass base. According to Definitive Technology, special care has been taken to assure total rigidity of the cabinet and PolyStone™ baffle, which along with the use of proprietary damping guarantees a totally inert and non-resonant structure. Inside each cabinet is a D’Appolito array of two high-definition Definitive midrange drivers (cast-basket 4.5” in the Four and 3.5” in the Five) surrounding a 1" pure aluminum dome Definitive tweeter. There are also two high-definition ...
Tuesday, 30 December 2003 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Definitive has just announced the next three models in the Bipolar 7000 Series. All three combine the dramatic sonic benefits of Definitive’s signature bipolar technology with the impact of built-in SuperCube derived technology high-power subwoofers and the 7000 Series gorgeous new sculpted styling. Each BP7002 Bipolar SuperTower combines a new 12" SuperCube derived technology subwoofer driven by a 300 watt class D amplifier, 2 pressure driven 12" infrasonic radiators and bipolar dual D’Appolito front and rear mounted driver arrays each consisting of 2 high definition cast-basket 5.25" Definitive bass/midrange drivers surrounding a 1" annealed pure aluminum dome Definitive tweeter. Newly designed Linkwitz-Riley crossover networks blend the drivers so that the sonic output is homogeneous.
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