PSB Image T5 Tower
Released July, 2009
The Pros:Capable of clear low-volume representation of sound as well as high-volume. Feels substantial and solidly built. Compact footprint, doesn't take up much room and the feet don't stick out.
The Cons:For larger environments with high-volume needs, an additional subwoofer will be needed. Stacked binding post layout makes larger-gauge cable connections a bit more tricky. Fairly heavy, moving it around is difficult without help.
The PSB Image T5 Tower is a two-and-a-half way Image Series speaker set released as a successor to the 2008 Imagine Series and 2007 Synchrony Series. It’s composed of two slim, floor-standing tower speakers that each feature two 5-1/4” woofers and a 1” titanium tweeter.
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Featured are injection-molded diaphragms with a proprietary, clay/ceramic-filled polypropylene cone that optimizes stiffness, internal dampening and low mass. Plus the woofers’ magnetically neutral polycarbonate basket further adds to stiffness, whereas its bullet-shaped phase-plug adds linearity at higher frequencies. The unit is capable of a 200W power output across a 60-23,000Hz frequency range.
- Image Series Speaker
- Floor-Standing Tower (Sold as Pair)
- Designed for Multi-Channel Applications
- Lightweight Frame (9-Lbs)
- Aesthetically Pleasing Look
- Injection-Molded Diaphragms
- Dual 5-1/4” Clay/Ceramic filled Propylene Cone (Rubber Surround)
- Single 1" Titanium Dome w/Ferrofluid Neodymium Magnet
- Magnetically Neutral Polycarbonate Basket
- 35-23,000Hz Frequency
- 20-200W Recommended Power
- Robust Baffles (MDF)
- Five-Way Gold-Plated Binding Posts
- Bullet-Shaped Phase-Plug
- Adjustable Feet w/Spikes
- Port Covers
- Rubber Levelers
- Black Ash or Dark Cherry Finish
User Reviews (4)
capable of clear low-volume representation of sound as well as high-volume
feels substantial and solidly built
compact footprint, doesn't take up much room and the feet don't stick out
very even sound throughout, with a deep low end
for larger environments with high-volume needs, an additional subwoofer will be needed
stacked binding post layout makes larger-gauge cable connections a bit more tricky
fairly heavy, moving it around is difficult without help
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