World’s Largest Bookshelf Speaker…

But only if you have the world’s largest bookshelf to put it on. Pro Audio Technology isn’t a common household name, partly because the company’s speakers – capable of “producing the bone-jarring explosions or visceral slam found in today’s high quality recordings” – are rather big, designed to usually be built-in or hidden behind acoustically transparent screens or wall panels, and are pretty darn expensive. This speaker was on display, no doubt, to generate plenty of “wow” buzz, which it did even though it was not hooked up. Inside Pro Audio Technology’s booth, however, several of the company’s new, smaller, less-expensive speakers were put together in a multi-channel system that was amazingly clean and articulate at regular, keep-my-hearing-intact listening levels. They did let the system out of its cage, though, for a brief moment at the end of the demonstration; and it simply took everyone’s breath away with it’s dynamic and powerful sonic output.
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SnowmaNick's picture

I love that this is posted right above a post about a soundbar bracket. Talk about two different worlds!

Jarod's picture

3 of these in a baffle wall behind a giant AT 2.35.1 screen. The stuff of my very dreams.

TillyGabriel's picture

I'm wondering how loud is it. I'm really concern about my binaural beats if this speaker will be use. I'd rather listen a entrainment cd using my headphones.

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