The home theater fan has a huge number of speakers on the market today to choose from. There are offerings that are affordable enough for the average Joe, but lack the quality that high-end fans want in speakers. A company called Aperion audio has unveiled a new line of home theater speakers that are aimed at high-end shoppers that have the budget for quality.
The line is called Aperion Versus Grand Home Theater Speakers and the line is matched to provide quality sound. The series has tower speakers, a center channel, and bookshelf speakers for rear channels. The 5.0 system can be turned into a 5.1 system with the addition of the Aperion Bravus subwoofer.
The Verus Grand Tower speakers have a 3-way design with a base reflex system. The tweeter is a silk done unit that is a 1-inch Axially Stabilized radiator unit. The mid-range drivers are a pair of 5-inch woven Kevlar units. The woofers are a pair of 6-inch Kevlar units with rubber surrounds. The tower speakers sell for $1798 per pair, the center channel speaker is $699, and the bookshelf speakers are $598 per pair. All of the speakers can be pre-ordered right now.
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