Emotiva Releases Two Airmotiv Loudspeaker Models

Larger Tower, Center Channel Speakers Build On Airmotiv’s Audiophile Rep August 7, 2017
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New to the lineup are the three-way Airmotiv T2 and the Airmotiv C2.

 
Emotiva Audio Corporation has released two new Airmotiv loudspeaker models through the company’s website and authorized Emotiva dealers. 

New to the lineup are the three-way Airmotiv T2 ($999/pair), which is the second and larger double 8-inch tower model in the series; and the Airmotiv C2 (SRP: $369), the second and larger Airmotiv center channel model with two 6.5-inch woven fiber woofers, one 6-inch woven fiber midrange driver, and two 25mm folded ribbon tweeters. 

“Since shipping our first Airmotiv models last year, the line continues to be one of our most successful series to date,” said Dan Laufman, president and founder, Emotiva Audio Corp. “I have no doubt that the T2 and C2 will only fuel the momentum because, like all of our Airmotiv models, they can go head-to-head with comparably designed speakers costing drastically more, let alone competitors at our affordable price points.”

All models feature modern black faceted baffles, wit braced MDF cabinets and magnetically attached grills.

“Since shipping our first Airmotiv models last year, the line continues to be one of our most successful series to date. I have no doubt that the T2 and C2 will only fuel the momentum because, like all of our Airmotiv models, they can go head-to-head with comparably designed speakers costing drastically more, let alone competitors at our affordable price points.”—Dan Laufman, president and founder, Emotiva Audio Corp

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