Earthquake Sound Adds Titan Theia Center Channel Speaker
Earthquake Sound's new Titan Theia Center Channel Speaker uses two 1-inch silk-dome tweeters, four 4-inch midrange drivers and a 10-inch passive radiator to produce a full frequency response.
California-based Earthquake Sound has announced its new Titan Theia Center Channel Speaker that offers homeowners a slim, modern profile speaker that enhances any interior space.
The speaker features a curved cabinet that includes Earthquake’s Acoustic Array System Design (AASD). Earthquake’s AASD system employs four 4-inch Kevlar midrange drivers and two 1-inch silk-dome tweeters, and the California-based company says the AASD setup produces maximum dispersion, advanced image stability and clear dialog detail.
The Titan Theia also includes Earthquake’s patented SLAPS (Symmetrically Loaded Audio Passive System) 10-inch passive radiator to extend its range lower to reproduce lower octaves without strain. Earthquake says each driver is magnetically shielded, and the speaker’s rear spike allows installers to tilt the speaker into the optimum listening position.
Earthquake finishes the speaker in a multi-layer piano black lacquer, and the company says the 8-ohm, 89dB speaker can handle up to 300 watts of power.
Earthquake, which says it took two years to develop the product, is shipping the Titan Theia Center Channel Loudspeaker with an MSRP of $1,400.
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