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New solution for providing high-quality, full-bandwidth sound evenly dispersed across a coverage area greater than 100 degrees. ...

Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: Yamaha CIS XMV Power Amplifier 

Features an innovative, new, patent pending circuit that improves the already highly efficient Class D circuit topology, bringing the efficiency level of the amplifier’s output stage to more than 90 percent. ...

Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: Cerwin-Vega P-Series (P1500X and P1800SX) 

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Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: QSC PLD/CXD Series Amplifiers 

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Crestron Saros IC8T In-ceiling Speaker Review 
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Genelec G Two Loudspeakers 

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IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R200Sub Isolation Stands 

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