April 19, 2013 by Rachel Cericola
SpeakerCraft is getting covert with some of its new products. The company just announced new additions to its Profile line of in-wall and in-ceiling speakers.
The new additions include an in-wall subwoofer, a five-pack of in-ceiling LCR speakers, and a single-point stereo in-ceiling speaker. All are designed to rock your room (or house), but with a clean look.
The Profile A6 Five-Pak has just what it sounds like: five A6 in-ceiling speakers. Each one has a 6.5-inch polypropylene woofer fixed at a 15-degree angle, with a 1-inch pivoting silk-dome tweeter that can rotate up to 30 degrees. Other features include 92dB sensitivity, 100-watt power handling, and a flangeless design.
For something a bit stronger, the Profile Cinema Sub10 uses a 10-inch treated paper cone rated with 250 watts power handling. It also has a dual-voice coil woofer and an in-wall, flangeless design.
Last in the new lineup is the Profile Aim8 DT Three, which is designed for some of those tighter spaces. It has dual tweeters and dual-voice coil 8-inch woofer to reproduce both the left and right stereo channels—but all from a single speaker. It includes an aluminum-cone woofer and dual aluminum-dome tweeters, as well as bass and treble EQ switches.
SpeakerCraft has listed the MSRP on the Profile A6 Five-Pak at $799, with the Profile Cinema Sub10 priced at $499 and the Profile AIM8 DT Three selling for $399. All three are shipping now.
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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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