Published On: June 23, 2010

Definitive Technology Introduces All New Bipolar Supertowers With Matching Center And Surround Models

Published On: June 23, 2010

Definitive Technology Introduces All New Bipolar Supertowers With Matching Center And Surround Models

This fall, Definitive Technology will release four new models of Bipolar Series SuperTower floor-standing wood-enclosure loudspeakers with built-in subwoofers; three new matching center speakers, two of which feature built-in powered woofers and two new matching bipolar surround speakers. That makes nine new models overall and they replace 11 older SKUs.

Definitive Technology has announced for fall delivery four new models of Bipolar Series SuperTower floor-standing wood-enclosure loudspeakers with built-in subwoofers; three new matching center speakers, two of which feature built-in powered woofers; and two new matching bipolar surround speakers. The nine new models replace 11 older SKUs. Every part of every new model has been redesigned for appearance, functionality and performance. The new BP product line will be available initially only in the United States, Canada and most Latin American markets; versions for Europe and Asia will follow in 2011.

Additional Resources
• Read a review of the Def Tech ProMonitor 1000 speaker reviewed.
• Read a HomeTheaterReview.com review of the Def Tech Mythos Two On-wall speakers.
• See many more Def Tech reviews here.

Definitive launched its business 20 years ago with a single model of bipolar loudspeaker with speakers on the front and rear panels of the enclosure to radiate sound in an omnidirectional pattern for imaging. In 1995 Definitive pioneered the concept of "powered towers" by incorporating powered subwoofers into Bipolar series floor-standing speakers dubbed "SuperTowers." The new models represent the third generation of SuperTowers and make use of Definitive's most advanced technologies, including a new patent-pending approach to bipolar speaker design called Forward Focused Bipolar Array, which combines the imaging of bipolar designs with the localization of soloists of traditional forward radiating speakers. All four floor-standing models utilize all new midrange and woofer drivers, tweeters, amplifiers and enclosure construction for a total makeover in appearance and performance.

Equally dramatic are the changes made to the matching center and surround models. As well as getting all new BDSS drivers, aluminum dome tweeters and crossover designs, their appearance has undergone a remarkable transformation--in step with today's decorating aesthetic and thin TVs. The two top center channel models employ built-in powered woofers for full range sound and timbre matching to the left and right main speakers.

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Additional Resources
• Read a review of the Def Tech ProMonitor 1000 speaker reviewed.
• Read a HomeTheaterReview.com review of the Def Tech Mythos Two On-wall speakers.
• See many more Def Tech reviews here.
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