Definitive Technology CLR 2002
Released April, 2005
The Pros:Clear and solid across all ranges. No problem with the lower range, good full representation of the bass. Actor's dialogs are clear at lower volumes, no need to turn it up.
The Cons:Sock covering the speaker assembly is hard to remove. Takes up more room than most smaller centers. Feet aren't very long, doesn't give much upward angle.
The Definitive Technology CLR 2002 model is an expensive, mid-grade center speaker that is part of the Definitive Tech audio equipment series. This mid-grade speaker is designed to compliment an elegant and luxurious lifestyle; thus the unit is specifically targeted for a more mature audience.
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The CLR 2002 is more specifically a center channel loudspeaker that includes a built-in powered subwoofer. The CLR 2002 cabinet stands 6-3/4" tall and 21" wide; and is surrounded in a glossy and professional finish that is only available in a Piano-Black color. Each CLR 2002 speaker unit includes one 1" pure aluminum dome tweeter and two cast-basket 5-1/4" upper bass/mid-range drivers. Definitive Technology claims the CLR 2002 features "a wide frequency response and extended dynamic range with extraordinary detail and articulation." The CLR 2002 speaker includes additional features such as stabilization feet, two pairs of 5 way binding post inputs, and a DT 5 year warranty.
- Mid-grade center channel loudspeaker with a built-in subwoofer
- Professional Piano-Black finish
- Each unit includes one 1" pure aluminum dome tweeter, and two cast-basket 5-1/4" upper bass/mid-range drivers
- 5 way binding post inputs (2 pairs)
- Stabilizer feet to keep the speaker unit grounded
- Includes DT 5 year warranty
- Dimensions: 21" (W) x 12" (D) x 6-3/4" (H)
- Frequency Response: 30Hz - 30 kHz
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Sensitivity: 91dB
- Recommended Associate Amp Power: 20-250 watts
- A/V Receiver Crossover Setting: 60 Hz
- Weight: 32 lbs
User Reviews (3)
clear and solid across all ranges
no problem with the lower range, good full representation of the bass
actor's dialogs are clear at lower volumes, no need to turn it up
crossovers at 80Hz and 60Hz rolloff work smoothly
sock covering the speaker assembly is hard to remove
takes up more room than most smaller centers
feet aren't very long, doesn't give much upward angle
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