Unique baffle design to enhance home theater offering
RIVERSIDE, CA: November 2006 SpeakerCraft, the world's leading manufacturer of custom installed loudspeakers, announces the AIM DiPole. Creating a diffused sound field for rear channel surround has become critical to mimic the array of speakers along the side and back walls of a traditional movie theater. The new AIM DiPole does this in a very elegant format.
Each speaker has two 5 ¼ -inch woofers and two 1 -inch dome tweeters placed 50 degrees off -axis from each other. Two switchable settings allow the speaker to operate in either a bipole configuration or in opposite polarity as a dipole to create the desired null at the listening area. In the second position there is a circuit to retain bass response, which would normally be lost in the cancellation through the opposite output from the two woofers.
"The drivers are mounted in a baffle that has been carefully molded with graceful curves and angles to avoid any sharp reflections" remarked Jeff Francisco, SpeakerCraft's Vice -president of Engineering. "The result is a piece of acoustic artwork that is impressive in both its style and its performance."
SpeakerCraft, established in 1976, devoted itself for more than a decade to the design and development of architectural loudspeakers and became known as the prime OEM for many well -known, in -wall speaker brands in the field. In marketing its own brand, now one of the widest lines of architectural speakers in the industry, SpeakerCraft brings with it years of experience and a dedication to dealer satisfaction.
For further information about SpeakerCraft and its products, contact Leslie Stevens of Eclipse Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: (949) 363 -5340. You may visit SpeakerCraft on their website at www.speakercraft.com. Or contact SpeakerCraft, Inc., at 940 Columbia, Riverside, CA 92507. Phone: (800) 448 -0976, Fax (951) 787 -8747.
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