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Genelec Adds G Two Models to Active Speaker Lineup
G Two Active Loudspeaker sports a curvy design.
October 15, 2013 by Arlen Schweiger

Massachusetts-based manufacturer Genelec is known for its active, or powered, loudspeakers that can deliver a good home theater wallop.

The company’s new G Two Active Loudspeaker models might not be grand in size, but they can surely pack a punch from their compact dimensions.

Available in black or white, the G Two features a four-inch woofer and 3/4-inch tweeter, placing it relatively in the middle of Genelec’s G Series lineup that includes the slightly smaller woofers in its G One (three inch) and slightly larger woofers in its G Three (five inch) and G Four (six inch) models also containing 3/4-inch tweeters.

Genelec says for bigger thump you can add its F Series active subwoofers that complement the G Series products.

The G Two models stray from your typical bookshelf speaker design in their curvy cabinet structure that was a product of the company’s engineers teaming with award-winning designer Harri Koskinen.

Genelec says the design not only provides striking looks, but aids the speaker’s acoustical properties by reducing the acoustic reflections sometimes caused by sharp edges on a speaker. The company says this, combined with its Directivity Control Waveguide, enables the G Two to deliver a smooth frequency response both on and off axis.

Frequency response for the 8.1-pound speaker is rated between 65 to 21000 Hz. Contact the company for pricing.

Also See:
Active vs. Passive: Which to Use?
Genelec Installation: Home Theater Walls Serve Up Stunning Sunset
Genelec Debuts Speaker Configuration App for iOS

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

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