Review
Hands-On: Boston Acoustics A 360 Floorstanding Speaker
Audioholics gives an in-depth peek at this floorstanding loudspeaker.
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May 22, 2013 by Audioholics.com

Speakers come in all shapes and sizes. It’s nice to be able to squeeze a little sound into a smaller space. However, sometimes you want that speaker to be in your face—as well as in your room.

The Boston Acoustics A 360 is a big boy. Measuring almost 42 inches high, this floorstanding speaker packs in two 6.5-inch woofers, a 3.5-inch midrange unit, and the company’s 1-inch Kortec soft dome tweeter. Other features include a frequency range of 38Hz to 25kHz, a senstivity rating of 89dB, and more.

According to a recent review on Audioholics, that sensitivity is actually lower than rated. There were a few other minor quirks, but writer Joel Foust seemed pretty pleased with the unit overall. 

“The Boston Acoustics A360 floorstanding loudspeakers are well built and look good at $800/pair. High quality parts are used in the cabinet construction and the drivers are decent quality. Although the measured sensitivity is on the low side and the midrange a bit recessed, the A360’s exhibit nice bass extension. I envision that Boston Acoustics designed this speaker to please the masses and I think it is excellent in that regard.”

To read the entire review on Audioholics.com, go here. You can also share your thoughts on the product and the review in the Audioholics forum.

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