PSB Speakers has recently launched a new generation of their popular Imagine Series. Learn more about the exciting features and improvements!
The advanced crossover design and driver complement of the flagship PSB Synchrony Series have been incorporated into the new product, while the chamfered edges and polished aluminum accents resemble those of PSB’s PWM on-wall Series.
Additionally, value engineering from the Alpha Series has been used to ensure a wider audience can experience the brand’s signature “True to Nature” sound. Prices range from $699 to $1,999 in the U.S.
The speakers also feature woven carbon fiber cones, low-resonance MDF cabinets, and Linkwitz-Riley 4th-order crossovers. PSB states this new line represents its commitment to world-class speaker design and offers a great performance-to-price ratio.
Imagine T65 Floorstanding Speaker
The T65 is the flagship tower speaker in the Imagine Series. It has a 1″ tweeter, 5.25″ midrange, and dual 6.5″ woofers. It also features a 3-way dual bass reflex configuration, paired rear slot ports, and tuned woofer chambers. The crossover design is said to ensure precise control of the sound and allows for deep low frequencies and an expansive soundstage.
Imagine T54 Floorstanding Speaker
The Imagine T54 is a compact tower speaker with a 1″ tweeter, 4″ midrange, and dual 5.25″ woofers. It follows a 3-way dual bass reflex architecture and includes dual rear-firing slot ports. Despite its size, it’s said to deliver a wide frequency range and precise imaging for an immersive listening experience.
Imagine B50 Bookshelf Speaker
The Imagine B50 Bookshelf speakers combine a 1″ tweeter and a 5.25″ woofer in a compact design. With a 2-way bass reflex design and rear-facing slot port, they promise true-to-nature sound and impressive bass extension.
All speakers will be available for purchase on November 7, 2023, in Satin Black and Satin White finishes. The T65 Towers, T54 Towers, and B50 Bookshelf Speakers are priced at US $1,999, US $1,499, and US $699 per pair respectively.
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