Definitive Technology BP9080x Speaker System Review Specs

Specs
BP9080x: Powered 12 in treated paper woofer (1), 12 in passive radiator (2), 5.25 in polypropylene cone midrange (3), 1 in aluminum dome tweeter (2); 7 x 50.5 x 16 in (WxHxD), 62 lb
CS9080: Powered 8 in treated paper cone woofer (1), 10 in passive radiator (1), 5.25 in polypropylene cone midrange (2), 1 in aluminum dome tweeter (1); 23 x 7 x 14.25 in (WxHxD), 36 lb
BP9060: Powered 10 in treated paper cone woofer (1), 10 in passive radiator (2), 4.5 in polypropylene cone midrange (3), 1 in aluminum dome tweeter (2); 6 x 43.75 x 13 in (WxHxD), 50 lb
A90: 4.5 in polypropylene cone woofer (1), 1 in aluminum dome tweeter (1); 6 x 3.75 x 13 in (WxHxD), 6 lb
Price: $7,194 (BP9080x, $1,749 ea; CS9080, $999; BP9060, $1,099 ea; A90, $499 pr)

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Definitive Technology
(800) 228-7148
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(800) 228-7148
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I would imagine the reason for a separate LFE input would allow the user of this setup to send equal amounts of bass to all four speakers, effectively creating a mid-sized speaker-four subwoofer system (5.4.4), to smooth and even out the bass. Whereas, not using the LFE input and having the AVR/pre-pro set to full range speakers, would result in the deep bass signals limited to whatever speaker(s) Atmos/DTS X assigned to that signal. I can see the benefits of both methods.

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