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Artcoustic introduces high-end CI Spitfire speakers

December 12th, 2006 · No Comments

Low-profile speaker specialist has introduced two new models for the custom installation market. The brand’s Spitfire Monitor (pictured above), is designed to be positioned behind a dedicated, fixed cinema screen, and according to the company is “one of the most versatile and powerful full-range model in the Artcoustic range. It is equally at home in a high-end hi-fi or home cinema system, a 200-seater cinema, or anything in-between.”
The compact loudspeaker design employs twin 10-inch woofers and two rippled dome tweeters. It’s joined by the Spitfire subwoofer, which utilises four 10-inch long-throw woofers. This is partnered by the Artcoustic PA-300 300 watt amplifier.
To help get its pro-message across, Artcoustic has the range endorsed by jazz musician Chris Minh Doky (pictured above). “My audience expects nothing less than perfect sounding albums from me,” he says. “As a solo recording artist and producer I am dependant on accurate and honest sounding speakers in my studio. Speakers that tell me the truth of what’s recorded. Speakers that give me all frequencies clearly and evenly; from the highest soprano voice to the deepest acoustic bass. With Artcoustic Speakers I have found my perfect tool.”

Tags: Hi-fi · Home cinema · Trade

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