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Atlantic Technology Introduces Compact LCR2 Speakers

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Atl-Tech-LCR2.jpgAtlantic Technology has introduced its smallest bookshelf speaker to date, the LCR2. This new compact speaker combines a 0.75-inch silk dome tweeter with a 3.5-inch Composite Polypropylene/Paper woofer in a cabinet that stands just eight inches tall. The LCR2 is available in white or high-gloss black, and it carries an MSRP of $200 each.

From Atlantic Technology
Atlantic Technology has introduced its new LCR2 ultra compact speakers in a white or high-gloss black finish for a wide variety of audio and home theater applications.

Just eight inches tall, the Atlantic Technology LCR2 is the smallest speaker ever offered by the company, yet it is a true high fidelity product that is designed to deliver excellent audio reproduction for smaller applications and to outperform competitors in its size category.

The front baffle is designed to reduce diffraction and enhance dispersion to ensure excellent timbre balance for music and maximum intelligibility on dialog. The 0.75-inch silk dome tweeter offers exceptional upper-octave smoothness and dispersion. The audiophile-grade long-excursion 3.5-inch woofer uses CPP (Composite Polypropylene/Paper) cones that deliver smooth bass response down to 100 Hz. This frequency is more than deep enough for any accompanying subwoofer to be totally non-localizable.

The speakers have built-in keyhole brackets for wall or stand mounting, or can be placed on a shelf or tabletop. The speakers are sold singly, so customers are not forced to buy pairs if they want odd numbers of speakers.

Atlantic Technology LCR2 ultra compact speakers are currently available with a suggested retail price of $200 each.

Additional Resources
Atlantic Technology 3.1 HSB H-PAS TV Seaker Base System Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Atlantic Technology Debuts WA-60 Wireless Audio System at HomeTheaterReview.com.

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