Q Acoustics engineers have carefully crafted the Qi 65’s audio performance to deliver an exceptional combination of clarity and focused power. Using a rigid polypropylene driver cone, high quality crossover network and bass reflex enclosure, they deliver results that comfortably exceed expectations.
The 7000Si Subwoofer cabinet is compact cuboid shape, where the design focus is on getting the biggest sound from the smallest, best-looking enclosure and with Q Acoustics the focus is always first and foremost on getting the very best sound quality. The 7000Si will ensure you get the very best explosive bass from your 5.1 or 7.1 system.
Like its little brother, the medium sized 3020 bookshelf speakers benefits from the advanced, low distortion, wide dispersion, new 3000 Series Concentric Ring Dome tweeter; uprated crossover and improved low resonance cabinet. In addition, it boasts a larger 5 inch drive unit, with the new Aramid Fibre/Paper cone material. This larger driver delivers an extended big bass response with fast dynamics, wonderfully open, realistic midrange and an extraordinary ‘being there’ three dimensional sound.
Invisa Signature Point Source In-Wall/In-Ceiling Loudspeaker
The Invisa Signature Point Source (SPS) is intended for use as a main front left, right, or center channel loudspeaker, as well as a side or rear surround in high quality multi-channel home theater and music systems, as well as in simpler two channel systems of the highest quality. Each Invisa SPS incorporates four 5-1/4″ high-definition cast basket drivers, which are very similar to those found in the award-winning Triton Reference. The Invisa SPS also incorporates an extraordinary, High-Gauss Reference High Velocity Folded Ribbon Tweeter similar to those used in the Triton towers. The complex crossover network utilizes the special fully balanced topology incorporated in our upper range models, with a special polystyrene film capacitor on the high frequency section. The drivers are wired with special wire which has a unique twist that was engineered for highest performance.