Boston Acoustics has debuted the latest addition to its SoundWare family: the SoundWare XS Special Edition Home Theater Speakers, in both gloss black and gloss white finish.
The new SoundWare XS Special Edition package features the smallest loudspeakers Boston Acoustics has ever produced.
The system includes five ultra-compact SoundWare XS Special Edition satellites, each measuring less than 4 inches, plus a compact 8-inch 100-watt (250-watt Peak) powered subwoofer.
For users who want an even more immersive listening experience, Boston Acoustics is making optional SoundWare XS Special Edition satellite speakers available to create a 7.1 system. The system is designed for space-conscious and style driven consumers who want to enjoy great sounding music or powerful home theater audio. Compact satellites provide the rich audio power and performance of true two-way speakers, with 2∏-inch (65mm) woofers and ∏-inch (13mm) tweeters.
SoundWare XS 5.1 Special Edition includes “Smart” features designed to give consumers several ways to enjoy all their entertainment content:
·Unique SoundWare polyhedron shape for flexible placement options.
·Stealth articulating mounting brackets allow the speakers to be hung flush on a wall, or tucked away in a corner while allowing the speaker to be angled towards the main listening area.
·Powered subwoofer features Boston’s Patented BassTrac circuitry for clear undistorted bass at all listening levels and includes both speaker level inputs and outputs and a line level out.
·Miniaturized authentic 2-way satellite system for true full range sound.
·Satellites feature dual wire channels for easy connections.
Kevin Zarow, VP of sales for Boston Acoustics, said: “When we introduced our SoundWare XS 5.1 home theater speaker system, we energized the entire surround sound category, offering high-value, high-style, sonic performance, placement flexibility, and space efficiency. Now, with our new SoundWare XS Special Edition Home Theater Speakers, in either high gloss black or white, we’re building on the popularity of compact home theater systems for consumers who have limited space in their homes but still want to experience great sound and style.”
The system is expected to be available in September.