Artcoustic Spitfire Series Goes Behind the Scenes
Artcoustic's Spitfire Monitor and Subwoofer were designed for ideal placement behind acoustically transparent video screens.
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Artcoustic’s Spitfire Monitor
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June 06, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Plucky, persistent, go-getter, usually smallish—those are some words that might describe someone who’s a bit of a spitfire. Danish-based speaker manufacturer Artcoustic is applying that pluckiness to its latest offering, the Spitfire Sound System. The system consists of two main components less than 6 inches deep, the Spitfire Professional Monitor and Spitfire Professional Subwoofer.

The full-range Spitfire Professional Monitor combines power with a thin design and durable finish that the company says is ideal for on-wall use behind an acoustically transparent projection screen in a high performance home theater. The complementary Spitfire Professional Subwoofer and matching rack-mount amplifier is available for deep bass reproduction.

The Spitfire Monitor ($3,600/pair MSRP) and Spitfire Subwoofer system ($4,140/ea. MSRP) are available to order from StJohn Group, the company’s North American distributor.

Some other highlights of the Spitfire:

  • Flexible design allows for use in wide array of applications including professional use such as recording studios and movie theaters
  • Matching width and depth dimensions allows monitor to sit atop subwoofer for unified look
  • Bi-wireable and shipped in mirrored images, matched pairs
  • Add-on subwoofer available with dedicated 300 watt amplifier for large acoustic spaces

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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