As the sound technology grows bigger and more complex, the soundtracks are themselves becoming more demanding and 8-channel sound is no longer something new. Yet many individuals sport stereo or 5.1-surround systems and would also like to upgrade to more high-def sound yet this involves either changing the whole system (which is neither always affordable or desirable in some cases) or upgrading.
Since upgrading from 5.1 systems to higher levels is the most convenient solution for those who are already owning a nifty component home theater/ home cinema system, there goes the need for upgrade elements.
The Infinity Beta ES250 is the perfect solution for single-point stereo in either commercial or home applications, especially as you need to upgrade. It can provide with monopole, bipole or dipole sound deployment and can be used for either effect-speaker purposes or as a multi-channel box.
The Infinity Beta ES250 sports 4 drivers: 2 tweeters and 2 woofers, placed on slant surfaces, facing relatively opposite sides, which is perfect for sound separation when used as a cabinet through which 2 different channels' signal will be played.
The sound sources are the same Ceramic Metal Matrix Diaphragm technology speakers as in the rest of the Beta series and this allows for better compression, higher pressure levels, less distorted sound and better overall performance.
The 1” tweeters and 5” woofers can gather up to 150W RMS; the 87dB sensitivity allows for good use at both high and lower levels. The Infinity Beta ES250 can deliver sound between 50Hz and 40kHz thus allowing you to enjoy the most intricate sound subtleties in case of audio effects or not lose a bit when you'll be using the Infinity Beta ES250 for multiple channel purpose.
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