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Boston Acoustics' VPS 210 500-Watt Subwoofer

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Peabody, MA--As part of its new flagship Vista line of loudspeakers, Boston Acoustics has included the VPS 210 10-inch Class-D 500-watt high-powered Subwoofer (MAP: $1,699.99), bring together superior sonic reproduction capabilities with new dimensions in loudspeaker elegance and aesthetics.

Boston Acoustics brought all of its expertise, engineering, and design skill to bear in creating its new Vista loudspeakers, which feature the highest quality build materials, innovative acoustic & transducer technologies, and meticulous craftsmanship. Listeners enjoy a stunningly realistic, richly detailed audio performance that is complemented in every way by visually striking, furniture-grade cabinetry and beautiful design.

Dispelling all notions of the typical loudspeaker rectangular box, Vista features elegant black piano lacquer finish cabinets and high-gloss furniture-grade end panels, in a choice of high-gloss layered cherry or matching black lacquer. And further reflecting the seamless merging of art and science that defines Vista, the structural elements of the cabinets are made of high-frequency-molded MDF with wave like curved surfaces that reduce internal standing waves and significantly reduce any panel or cabinet resonances. To further the goal of inertness, the cabinets also incorporate substantial internal bracing, providing an ideal environment for high performance, resonant free sound reproduction. Of course, all Vista speakers are voiced to allow for the use of various models in any configuration or combination.

Key audio innovations include:

Exclusive New Super Wide Bandwidth (SWB) Tweeters featuring a Coupled Dual Concentric Diaphragm (CDCD) At high frequencies (i.e. above 10-12 kHz) the center of a traditional dome-shaped diaphragm gradually decouples, moving out of phase with the remaining structure and causing cancellation of higher frequencies and a loss of radiating surface area. By terminating the center of the diaphragm to a brass plug, the CDCD continues to work more like a piston significantly lowering the noise floor. The result is greater transparency and micro dynamics with a low frequency resonance point that allows for lower crossover points resulting in a more full-bodied sound character at high output levels.

New Organic Composite Cone Material (OCCM) for Mid-Range & Woofers The OCCM cones featured in all Vista woofers and midrange drivers, were developed for the purpose of maintaining rigidity with minimal sacrifice to sensitivity. This new composite cone uses a mix of select natural fibers to reduce resonance and improve sonic accuracy.

Rear-firing acoustically tuned ports in Vista Loudspeaker models provide improved bass extension and output with virtually no distortion. The OCCM Passive Radiator used on the VPS-210 Subwoofer further enhances low frequency extension in a compact enclosure and eliminates port turbulence. And to ensure purity of signal transfer in all speaker connections, all models feature five-way gold-plated binding posts.

Visit www.BostonAcoustics.com.

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