Audio
PSB Develops Designer-friendly Loudspeakers
Visually appealing in high-gloss black cabinets, the PSB G-Design includes the GT1 Tower, GB1 Bookshelf and GC1 Center.
PSB-GDesign
January 03, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Canadian manufacturer PSB Speakers will show off the special PSB G-Design, with three distinctive models during CES 2007 in Las Vegas next week. The G-Design consists of the GT1 Tower, the GB1 Bookshelf and the GC1 Center Channel. 

View more of our CES special coverage The GT1 Tower is a 2½-way design with dual 6.5-inch woofers and 1-inch tweeter. The GB1 is a two-way speaker with a single 6.5-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter. The GC1 is a dedicated center channel speaker using slightly smaller 5.25-inch woofers surrounding a 1-inch tweeter.

All PSB G-Design models use a new proprietary ferrofluid filled, aluminum dome tweeter with a neodynium magnet. This design promotes true-to-life “soundstaging.”

For use in home theater applications, all models have been video shielded. The woven fiberglass woofers are engineered for dynamic range, controlled expression, and exceptionally linear high-output reproduction. Moreover, each speaker is compared to the reference standard yielding consistently matched speakers.

All three models come in a high-gloss MDF cabinet with seamless corners and a hand-rubbed, furniture-grade finish. The company says that the shape contributes to a flatter response and richer sound.

  • GT1: $1,999 per pair
  • GB1: $1,099 per pair
  • GC1: $849 each
  • All models currently shipping
  • Dual, 5-way gold-plated binding posts; bi-wireable and bi-ampable

 

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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.

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