It was always my opinion, that any speaker system that failed to waken up the neighbors was not worth the money and should be returned at once. When I turned these all the way up, my attached neighbors didn’t complain – hell I could barely hear myself breathe, as bass knocked the air out of my lungs. These go beyond “premium” – all the way up to block party level! Perhaps the neighbors were also blown-over by the experience!
SpeakerCraft has been in the audio industry for over 30 years and knows precisely what they are doing when it comes to audio. You may not have heard of the company until now as their main focus has been custom speaker installations. However in a few months their products will be making their was to more and more retailers. While we here at TechnologyBlogged.com, we are not Audiophiles, per say, we still make it a point to review an abundance of consumer audio products.
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SpeakerCraft today announced the most significant expansion of its best-selling Profile speaker line since their launch at CEDIA 2010. Profile is a series of SpeakerCraft’s most recognized loudspeakers for both in-ceiling and in-wall applications with a very important difference. Specifically, each Profile speaker starts out as an exact technical clone of one of SpeakerCraft’s AIM, CRS or AIM LCR speakers. The company then adds a strong touch of contemporary design in the form of a smart and invisible mounting flange that gives each Profile speaker a more ‘customized’ appearance.
SpeakerCraft today announced the shipping release of its all-new SpeakerCraft CS3 TV Speaker, an under-TV sound system that makes Flat-Panel TVs sound as good as they look. With powerful loudspeakers, built-in subwoofers and DSP technology housed in one beautifully designed cabinet, the SpeakerCraft CS3 easily connects to TVs in a matter of minutes.
SpeakerCraft engineers focused on improving male and female vocals, increased higher listening levels for larger rooms and much deeper bass. The twin 5¼” woofers in a tuned enclosure produce low-end bass that flat panel TVs just cannot deliver.