Sonance New Unique Soundbars - Three-way, three-channel passive soundbars feature widths that can be
Sonance parent Dana Innovations celebrated its 30th Anniversary with the CEDIA Expo 2013 by launching Small Architectural Custom Installed Speakers and first two passive on-wall Soundbars, which are three-channel three-way models.
Both soundbars are LCR designs and have exactly the same drivers and configuration. Their uniqueness comes from the fact that they are true three-way design and importantly, the width can be easily adjusted on site without any tools.”
The two models let installers match the width of any display between 50 and 80 inches (diagonal). The design eliminates the need for custom manufacturing and associated lead times, and fits perfectly with the width of new LED/LCD/Plasma TV's.
The soundbars are promoted as the world’s first true three-way passive soundbars. They incorporate six 4.5-inch Kevlar + Nomex laminated woofers and three coaxial drivers consisting of Kevlar + Nomex laminated midranges with powder-coated aluminum-dome tweeters.
Both VESA-compatible soundbars are less than 2.5-inches-deep. They ship with all installation hardware for wall-mount and tabletop installs.
The soundbars uses the same technology developed for the brand’s latest-generation Visual Performance Series of low-profile, micro-trim in-wall and in-ceiling speakers.
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