The new Cambridge Audio TV5 and TV2 Stereo TV Bases have been designed to deliver class-leading sound with wider sound dispersion, ideal for any flat panel TV. Unlike a traditional soundbar, the TV5 and TV2 deliver punchy performance without the need for an external subwoofer or the added headache of wall mounting, according to the company.
TV5 Stereo TV Base
With the introduction of the TV5 and TV2, Cambridge Audio enters into a new product category for the brand. Designed in the heart of London by the same team of Cambridge Audio’s engineers that tuned the company’s Aero and AeroMax speaker lines, the TV5 and TV2 both feature a 100W digital amplifier which delivers impressive power and control, while the built-in subwoofers guarantee that soundtracks offer a big and full experience to match the on-screen action.
“We are excited to bring the TV5 and TV2 Stereo TV Bases to the U.S. market,” said James Johnson-Flint, CEO of Cambridge Audio. “Our expertise in this product category has already won us rave customer reviews and press awards in Europe, and “wow” is usually the first word we hear when people listen for the first time. The Patented BMR drivers that we use put us in a different league to others and are a perfect complement to any movie or TV soundtrack, creating a wide sound stage.”
With the two patented 2.25’’ (57mm) Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) speaker drivers, the TV5 and TV2 can deliver wide, room-filling sound, an impressive musical performance and incredible voice clarity. The TV2 features an active, down-firing 6.5’’ (165mm) subwoofer that complements the two BMR drivers beautifully with rich, detailed bass, while the TV5 adds a second 6.5’’ active subwoofer for even greater sound profile, making it ideal for any big screen action thriller.
The TV5 and TV2 also stream high quality aptX Bluetooth audio, allowing users to play audio back wirelessly and in impressive detail from any phone, tablet, or computer.
Both new models feature advanced digital signal processing (DSP) technology developed for music and movie production to get the biggest sound possible from their slim-line enclosures - louder, crisper and fuller sound than from other TV one-box systems.