Cue Acoustics Introduces Premium Bookshelf Speakers
“Cue Acoustics is reinventing the bookshelf stereo speaker with the new PS1, the first wireless active speaker designed to outperform most floor-standing speakers without the need for a subwoofer or speaker wires,” said Sam Millen, Cue’s CEO. “The PS1 speakers, with their unrivaled acoustic performance and stunning architectural design, are elegantly at home in any room in the house and are easily moved from room to room without the trouble of wiring.”
The PS1 System was designed and engineered in Somerville, MA by Cue Acoustics’ expert in-house team to deliver unsurpassed performance and quality with an effortless and authoritative sound. The PS1’s clean design features a unique patent pending system that includes a ¾” silk dome tweeter, a 3.5” midrange woofer, and a 5” long throw, low frequency woofer. The PS1’s ultra wide-range frequency response is made possible through this proprietary system design that allows it to reach an unprecedented depth of 27hz within the system’s similarly unprecedented 1.5db tolerance.
Each PS1 speaker features a balanced internal class-D 200(RMS) watt tri-amplifier with integrated signal processing eliminating the need for an external amplified source or receiver. The PS1 offers several input options including DLNA® wireless, S/PDIF digital optical, and RCA analog for easy connectivity to a wide range of audio sources. An included remote enables source-independent volume control and an optional wireless TV link is available for a truly amazing, un-tethered hi-fi music and video experience.
Cue Acoustics PS1 Technical Features Description:
Dual 3-way miniature wireless powered speaker system
27Hz – 22kHz +/- 1.5db
3/4" silk dome, fluid cooled tweeter, with high-frequency wave-guide for wide dispersion
3.5" high excursion midrange
5" long throw woofer
Input S/PDIF digital optical in, RCA analog in
DLNA Media Renderer, proprietary uncompressed digital audio for inter-speaker connectivity
Universal 110-240v, 50/60Hz, internal supply
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