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PSB Imagine T2 Floorstanding Speakers

RRP: $ 4,999.00 AUD
$ 4,499.00 AUD
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SKU: ImagineT2
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With exceptional tonal accuracy and an elegant design, PSB have proved that even "class leaders" like the Imagine T Speaker can have a bigger and better brother. Introducing PSB Speakers Imagine T2 Tower speaker, a high performance, transitional 5-way tower speaker equipped with Triple Port Bass Reflex and subdivided discrete chambers. This tower speakers design offers a sound experience that rivals loudspeakers costing two to three times more. Adding a third 5 ¼" polypropylene woofer and a dedicated 4" polypropylene midrange driver is literally music to your ears. Listen to smooth and detailed soundscapes as they slowly dance out of beautifully curved, hand-crafted cabinets to fill your listening room.

  • Triple port, bass reflex enclosure producing deep bass to 34Hz
  • Unique five-way "transitional" design for seamless frequency response and controlled directivity to eliminate unwanted reflections
  • Custom designed woofers and midrange with clay/ceramic filled polypropylene cone and rubber surround
  • Individual driver chambers
  • Titanium dome 1" Ferrofluid tweeter
  • Finished in select wood veneers (Dark Cherry, Walnut, Black Ash), or White or Black High Gloss
  • Dual, 5-way Gold-plated binding posts for bi-wiring or bi-amping
  • Elegant industrial design from world-renowned designer David Farrage of DF-ID
Frequency Response: 34-23,000Hz
Sensitivity: 90dB
Nominal Impedence: 8 Ohms
Input Power: 20 - 300 Watts
Drivers: 1" (25mm) Titanium Dome Tweeter with Ferrofluid Neodymium Magnet
4" (102mm) Clay/Ceramic reinforced Polypropylene Cone
3 x 5 1/4" (133mm) Clay/Ceramic reinforced Polypropylene Cone Drivers
Weight: 19.4kg each
Dimensions (WxHxD): 210 x 1,031 x 346 mm
Finish: Black Ash, Dark Cherry

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