Bay Audio Soundbar Designed to Look and Sound Good
Bay Audio TVX soundbars are custom-made to match any flat-panel TV; orders turned around in three days.
Bay Audio, a California specialty audio manufacturer that manufacturers a complete line of architectural and in-room speaker products, has introduced its TVX Sound Bar Series.
Touting its integrator-friendly features, the company says it will size the speaker to the proportions of the companion HDTV that the speaker will be mated to, and will turn orders around in 72 hours.
The speakers are available as a horizontal, single-enclosure three channel product or as a pair of vertical left/right speakers that both utilize 3-inch midrange drivers and the company’s proprietary 1-inch silk dome tweeter.
“We have designed the TVX Sound Bars to deliver the ultimate combination of audio performance and decor-friendly appearance,” says CEO Ira Friedman. “Our soundbars have been designed and tested to exhibit the lowest levels of distortion, particularly in the critical midrange region throughout all viewing angles. This requires attention to all elements of the design, from driver parameters, to crossover tolerances. The end result is a speaker that out performs the field.”
The speakers feature powder-coated steel grilles and contoured end caps that are designed to mimic the look of a modern TV’s industrial design. In addition, the speakers incorporate its Vocal Integrity tuning engineered to ensure vocal clarity, and its Transient Edge crossover topology that helps the speaker to reproduce cinematic effects with speed and punch.
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