Atlantic Technology FS-3200


$2,500.00 Released April, 2005

Product Shot 1The Atlantic Technology FS-3200 is a high performance speaker system with a thin design for use with flat screen televisions.  The system comes with a pair of left/right front channel speakers which feature dual 4.5" GLH woofers, dual 4.5" GLH pressure drivers and a single 1" soft dome tweeter for up to 140 watts of power.

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  The speakers are meant to be mounted on the wall and come with keyhole mounts as well as mounting brackets.  The FS-3200 also comes with a 140 watt center channel speaker with the same drivers as the front channel speakers and its own tilting base to direct the sound towards the listening area.  The inclusion of both pressure drivers and woofers in the speaker system means that they can be used without a subwoofer and still deliver powerful bass response.  All three speakers include acoustic controls for adjusting the high frequency energy levels and boundary compensation based on the environment and are magnetically shielded.  The FS-3200 is rated for medium to large-sized rooms and comes in a gloss black finish with matching magnetic metal grilles.

Features/Specs

  • 1 x pair of left/right front channel speakers (FS-3200 LR)
    • Dual 4.5" GLH Woofers
    • Dual 4.5" GLH Pressure Drivers
    • Single 1" soft dome tweeter
    • High frequency energy and boundary compensation controls
  • 1 x Center channel speaker (FS-3200 C)
    • Dual 4.5" GLH Woofers
    • Dual 4.5" GLH Pressure Drivers
    • Single 1" raised soft dome tweeter
    • Comes with tilting base
    • High frequency energy and boundary compensation controls
  • Suitable for medium to large-sized rooms
  • Magnetically shielded
  • Frequency response: 75 - 20kHz
  • Up to 140 watts of power
  • Comes with wall mounting hardware
  • Comes with matching magnetic metal grilles
  • Gloss black finish

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