In addition to the high definition wireless link to each of the speakers, the new Aperion system utilizes optimization capabilities that include SpeakerFinder instant setup and MyZone audio sweet spot calibration which allegedly produces a time aligned sound field for the listener by automatically adjusting delay and volume to their listening position in the room. The Summit Wireless technology is supposedly designed for scalability from 2.0 to 7.1 so that consumers can add speakers as their system needs grow.
Each system includes a wireless enabled digital audio hub with an audio decoder supporting the latest Dolby and DTS audio formats. The wireless hub provides connectivity to digital televisions, Blu-ray players, game machines and iPod's through HDMI, coax, optical and analog interconnect options.
The Aperion Intimus 4T Summit Wireless Home Theater System is expected to ship by the year's end and will be available with 5 speakers and a subwoofer for $2,499. More information is available by visiting www.aperionaudio.com.
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You can learn more about Aperion Audio's products by reading our other articles including, the SLIMstage30 by Soundmatters soundbar system review by Andrew Robinson, the Intimus 5T-DB hybrid HD 5.1 speaker system review by Sean Killebrew, and Aperion Audio's Wireless, Lossless Music System - "HAL." Also, check out our Aperion Audio brand page to learn more about the company itself.