PSB Imagine XB Speaker System Specs

Imagine XB 5.25 in clay/ceramic polypropylene cone woofer, 1 in titanium dome tweeter; 6.75 x 12 x 10.75 in (WxHxD); 12.3 lb
Imagine XC 5.25 in clay/ceramic polypropylene cone woofer (2), 1 in titanium dome tweeter; 19.13 x 6.75 x 11.13 in (WxHxD); 19.8 lb
SubSeries 125 8 in polypropylene cone woofer; 125 watts RMS; vented enclosure; line-level and speaker-level stereo in; 9.63 x 14.13 x 15.63 in (WxHxD); 24 lb

Company Info
Price: $1,846 (Imagine XB, $499 pr; Imagine XC, $399; SubSeries 125, $449) PSB Speakers
(905) 831-6555

PSB Speakers
(905) 831-6555

mknight72's picture

If you are reading a audiophile level publication( or this website),the name Bose shouldn't even be in your vocabulary. I used to sell the crap ( mainly our store sold it because it has huuuuuuge margins , and also to pawn off on idiots off the street looking for Bose, who didn't have the time or the ears to be upsold to quality equipment), and a 700 dollar accoustimass system, cost the store 138 dollars, and supposedly cost Bose under 40 dollars to make. It is GARBAGE! Their success relies strictly in brand recognition with people who don't know better. No Highs, no lows......MUST BE BOSE!!

Kevin Sawler's picture

Bose.... Ya love them or you hate them. Oddly enough, both comments above are both right and wrong.
Bose happened to be one of the most recognized hp and speaker brands ... Outside of the specialty industry. Most lay-consumers perceive Bose to be the pinnacle of performance and design. Where's as most consumers who venture inside our industry rarely take the brand seriously.
As a result, Bose prefers to sell directly to consumers. Or to position their products ' inside' the industry as to avoid any direct performance comparisons. They have done a brilliant job of product positioning. As for the actual product itself, I'm not sure who would buy the brand based on fit, finish, construction quality, or even sound quality.
Suffice to say that Bose knows where their sandbox is, and are very careful to not venture to far inside the real AV industry.