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The result is a 300W power output across an ultra-wide 30-33, 000Hz frequency range.

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shielding enables the speakers to be placed next to a CRT without distorting the picture

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clearly defined bass range, loud and distinct

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sound integration across the drivers is seamless

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finish is immaculate and rich-looking, enhances the room's decor

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dual binding posts give some good flexibility with the setup

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require careful positioning to get a fair balance

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audiophiles will notice some uneven support in the bass ranges

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The PSB Image T6 Tower is a two-and-a-half way Image Series speaker set released as a successor to the 2008 Imagine Series and 2007 Synchrony Series. In particular, it builds from the T5 by incorporating a three-way, dual-cavity, dual-ported design with three 6-1/2” woven fiberglass cone woofers, two discrete 5-1/4” self-contained midrange drivers, and a 1” tweeter. The result is a 300W power output across an ultra-wide 30-33,000Hz frequency range. Note that the separate chambers and ports utilized help eliminate standing waves. Additionally, the woofers’ magnetically neutral polycarbonate basket adds to stiffness, whereas its bullet-shaped phase-plug adds linearity at higher frequencies.

  • Image Series Speaker
  • Floor-Standing Tower (Sold as Pair)
  • Designed for Multi-Channel Applications
  • Lightweight Frame (64-Lbs Each)
  • Aesthetically Pleasing Look
  • Injection-Molded Diaphragms
  • Three 6-1/2” Woven Fiberglass Cone (Rubber Surround)
  • Dual 3-1/2” Woven Fiberglass Cone (Damped Rubber Surround)
  • Single 1" Aluminum Dome w/Ferrofluid
  • Magnetically Neutral Polycarbonate Basket
  • 30-33,000Hz Frequency
  • 20-300W Recommended Power
  • Robust Baffles (MDF)
  • Five-Way Gold-Plated Binding Posts
  • Bullet-Shaped Phase-Plug
  • Adjustable Feet w/Spikes
  • Port Covers
  • Rubber Levelers
  • Black Ash or Dark Cherry Finish
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Jerry Z
04/28/2013 06:39

It's not a two and a half way speaker. It is a true 3 way.

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