Infinity Primus P252
Released January, 2007
The Pros:Value - produces ample volume and good sound for less than $200 per speaker. Aesthetics - looks good with its black wood-grain vinyl finish on metal-colored trim. Uses proprietary MMD technology - less prone to distortion at higher volumes.
The Cons:Not as clear when compared to other entry-level speakers.
The Infinity Primus P252 is part of Infinity's Primus Series and is sold in individual units. The Primus P252 speaker features an unobtrusive design and can be matched with other Primus Series products to create a surround system set-up.
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It uses Infinity's Metal Matrix Diaphragm (MMD) technology to limit distortian and provide accurate sound imaging. The P252 has a frequency response (3dB) of 49Hz-20kHz, recommended amplifier range between 10-150 watts and crossover frequencies of 2,500 Hz-24dB per octave. It is constructed with dual 5-1/4-inch low-frequency MMD drivers and a 3/4-inch MMD high-frequency driver.
- Uses Infinity's signature Metal Matrix Diaphragm (MMD) system
- Dual 5-1/4-inch low-frequency MMD drivers
- 3/4-inch MMD high-frequency driver
- Frequency response (3dB): 49Hz-20kHz
- Recommended amplifier range: 10-150 watts
- Crossover frequencies: 2,500 Hz-24dB/octave
- Black with wood-grain finish
- price: $180 (sold individually)
User Reviews (2)
value - produces ample volume and good sound for less than $200 per speaker
aesthetics - looks good with its black wood-grain vinyl finish on metal-colored trim
uses proprietary MMD technology - less prone to distortion at higher volumes
loud - capable of handling up to 150W from an amplifier/receiver
versatile - capable of producing great sound with both music and movies
small footprint - ideal for those with limited floor space
not as clear when compared to other entry-level speakers
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