Pinnacle Takes ‘Quantum’ Leap with LCRs
Pinnacle Speakers' Quantum Series of loudspeaker bars range from $499 to $1,999 each and come in piano-gloss black to match your flat-panel TV.
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Pinnacle Speakers’ Quantum Series LCR models
September 25, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

If you love that piano-gloss look to your super sleek flat-panel TV and need a speaker to match, Pinnacle Speakers has the design for you.

The company has introduced its Quantum Series of flat-panel speakers, so you can have a wall-mounted (if you desire) elegant piano-gloss front left/center/right channel speaker that looks like it was built with your television.

The lineup is available in five models that range from $499 to $1,999—the QP 3, QP 5, QP 7, QP 9 and behemoth QP 15.

All models in the series feature sonic goodies such as: non-resonant die-cast aluminum cabinet that is internally braced; tweeters that have been plasma vapor-coated with a thin diamond layer; video shielding so there’s no interference; lightweight titanium tweeters; butyl rubber-surrounded woofers; gold-plated binding posts; and built-in overload protection circuitry.

You can mount ‘em to your walls with the included Flush Fit hardware, and they’ll gleam back at you with that shiny black reflection.

Specific pricing (apiece) is: QP 3, $499; QP 5, $699; QP 7, $999; QP 9, $1,199; and QP 15, $1,999.

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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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