PSB Announces Innovative Wall Mount Speakers
Canada's highly-regarded PSB Speakers has announced its new PWM Series, a new range of high-performance wall mount speaker solutions.
The range includes three models that can all be utilised in horizontal or vertical positions for left, right, centre or surround applications.
PSB believes performance should never be compromised. Carrying on its longstanding tradition of high performance and innovative design, PSB says its on-wall speaker range carries on the natural sound for which it has become so well known for.
Featuring a slim profile at only 3.5-inches deep, and 6.5-inches wide, the models measure 28”, 36” and 48” long for the PWM1, 2 and 3, respectively. A mounting bracket is also included with each model and is provided with a soft magnetic, cloth grille. All three PWM models are offered in a choice of Satin White or Satin Black finish.
Like all PSB speakers, final voicing is performed by Founder and Chief Designer, Paul Barton, at Canada's famed National Research Council.
Joe de Jesus, Lenbrook's Product Manager for Custom Installation, told StereoNET:
Whether as part of a complete on wall system, a basic TV application or as an on-wall centre channel solution for floor standing speakers; we believe the PWM models will exceed expectations in every way. These three PWM models have been created solely with the professional installer and their clients, in mind.
The pricing are as follows and available in Black and White.- PWM1: SGD $999 (per piece), PWM2: SGD $1,999 (per piece), PWM3: SGD $3,499 (per piece)
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.
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