SALAGAR Symphony S210 – $8k speakers with drop-dead looks as well as sound


If you are looking for a stylish cabinet that is capable of throwing out detailed, rich sound then Symphony S210 self-amplified speaker from SALAGAR Sonics is the answer. Just recently, the company unveiled the Symphony S210 self-amplified speaker at the 2007 Rocky Mountain Audio Fest. These speakers feature some X-Act active digital crossover / controller technology with four switch selectable programs that render outstanding sound from a variety of input sources. The amps are from ICEpower, which is a division of B&O. “We incorporated SALAGAR X-ACT technology into the Symphony S210 to compensate for the natural spikes that arise from mid-bass cone resonances and other effects coming from transducer-cabinet integration,” said Gary DiChiara, SALAGAR vice president and co-founder.
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The SALAGAR Symphony S210 will be coming in five different woods and eight standard automotive grade paint finishes for $8,000 per pair. You can also opt for the speaker stands that are sold separately and range from $175 to $700 per pair.
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