Slim, stylish model 425 delivers hassle-free wireless home theater while producing incredibly realistic sound - including bass down to 35Hz!
Swampscott, Massachusetts, May, 2007 - ZVOX is about to change how the world listens to TV with the model 425 single -cabinet home theater system. Only five inches deep, the new ZVOX 425 is a wall mounted surround system that combines elegant design and compact dimensions with outstanding performance. Not much bigger than many center channel speakers, the ZVOX 425 contains a powerful amplifier, five speakers, two powered subwoofers and ZVOX's exclusive PhaseCue™ virtual surround circuitry.
"We believe we have developed the perfect audio system for use with flat -panel TVs," says ZVOX founder Tom Hannaher. "There's no bulky subwoofer to hide. No mass of connecting wires. No owner's manual the size of a phone book. The 425 is the first wall -mountable system that puts everything in one cabinet - and it does so without sacrificing performance. People are going to be shocked by how good it sounds."
Designed by audio industry legend Winslow Burhoe, the 425 continues the ZVOX tradition of exceptional quality sound from a single enclosure. Vocals are clear and present, music is natural and realistic -the 425 is true "high fidelity." Surround effects seem to emanate from all over the room and the bass is thunderous when called for -but still very, very musical.
The perfect cure for flat -sounding flat TV's
High Definition flat -panel TVs are popular because of their terrific picture quality and slim style, however their underwhelming audio quality has left consumers seeking more accurate sound for music or movie soundtracks. So how do you improve the flat -panel listening experience without cluttering your viewing room with speaker boxes, wires and subwoofers? Until now, it's been almost impossible. The ZVOX 425 is the only system that creates high -quality, full -range sound in a slim, stylish, wall -mounted cabinet. Suggested retail selling price of the ZVOX 425 is $599.99. Shipping Q3 2007