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Audience to Show ClairAudient 2+2 Loudspeakers
The manufacturer will show off the ClairAudient 2+2 at next month's T.H.E. Show.
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May 17, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

The Home Entertainment Show is just a few weeks away. That means if you’re in the Newport Beach area at the beginning of June, you’d better be ready to rock!

One company that will be happy to oblige is Audience. The manufacturer just announced plans to display the ClairAudient 2+2 loudspeakers, as well as a complete lineup of components, cables, power conditioners and accessories.

Measuring 14.5 inches high, 7.875 inches wide and 10.25 inches deep, the ClairAudient 2+2 is a bi-pole that boasts expansive sound. It features the proprietary 3-inch A3-S full-range driver with a patented neodymium-magnet motor structure and voice coil, as well as a rigid lightweight anodized aluminum-magnesium alloy cone material with a curvilinear shape.

Other features include SSIT SweetSpace TM Imaging Technology and a rated frequency response of 40Hz to 22kHz. Available in various exotic wood veneer finishes, the 2+2 loudspeaker has an MSRP of $5,000 per pair.

Audience is also planning to feature an Audience-modified Oppo BDP-83SE Blu-ray player, AdeptResponse aR6-TS and aR12-TS power conditioners, Wavemaster buffered autoformer preamplifier, prototype Wavemaster Class D monoblock power amplifiers, Au24e cables, Au24 powerChords and other components in their demo.

The company will also be supplying speakers for the live jazz performances throughout the show. T.H.E. Show will run from June 3 to 5 at the Newport Beach Hilton in Newport Beach, California.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

Audience speakers, Home Entertainment Show


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