Measuring but 13.4 inches long and iii.i inches tall, the Polk MagniFi Mini is described every bit a perfect companion for TVs in bedrooms and other smaller spaces. Despite the modest size, it manages to pack in four ii.25-inch drivers and 2 12mm tweeters. Polk says the MagniFi Mini is “universally compatible” with any goggle box, cable box, or satellite remote command, significant you won’t demand a separate remote to control it.
“As home entertainment solutions keep to evolve, and TVs continue to become thinner, sound confined are increasingly in demand for users looking to boost their abode theater and, ultimately, their TV-watching experience,” Michael Greco, Polk Sound global brand director, said in a statement “In pace with Polk Audio’s tact for innovation, the MagniFi Mini delivers the performance of sound bars more twice its size.”
For a compact sound bar, the MagniFi Mini is surprisingly feature packed. It packs an HDMI input and wireless subwoofer, too as Polk’due south Voice Adjust and SDA (stereo dimensional array) surround audio, which the company says does abroad with the audio “clutter” that can come up from sound bars, making for a articulate heart channel. Google Bandage is also supported, allowing easy playback from mobile devices.
The MagniFi Mini will sell for $299 and includes an optical cable and HDMI cable in the box. Information technology will be available kickoff in Oct from the Polk Audio website, as well as Amazon, Crutchfield, and other retailers.
While much of the new Signature Serial is focused on home theater, the S60, S55, and S50 floor-standing tower speakers are the most audiophile-focused, though they can likewise work within a surround audio system. The flagship Signature S60 features three 6.v-inch drivers, while the S55 features two 6.5-inch midrange drivers, and the S50 has two 5.25-inch drivers. All of these speakers characteristic Polk’s PowerPort blueprint, which it says smoothly transitions air menstruum from the speaker’due south port into the listening area.
The S60 speakers sell for $450 each, while the S55 sell for $330 each, and the S50 can exist had for $250 each. The S55 will be available at the end of September, while the S60 and S50 will be released in October.
The Signature Serial too features two center channel speakers in the S35 and S30. Both are meant to offer clear, full-range sound while remaining unobtrusive at the same fourth dimension –the S35 only stands 4 inches alpine, for instance. Both feature ane-inch terylene tweeters, and the S35 features six 3-inch drivers, while the S30 features 2 5-inch drivers. The S35 will sell for $300 and volition exist available at the end of September, while the S30 will be available in October and sell for $230.
Finally, the Signature Series besides features ii different models of bookshelf surround speakers in the S20 and S15. Meant to act as front end or rear speakers in 5.i-channel, 7.1-channel, or 9.one-channel dwelling theater systems, both models feature a 1-inch terylene tweeter. The S20 features a 6.5-inch mica-reinforced polypropylene cone, while the S15 features a 5.25-inch cone. The S20 volition sell for $300 and will be available in October, while the S15 sells for $230 and will go along sale at the end of September. An even smaller model, the S10, will sell for $200 and will besides be available in October.
For more information on these products, see the Polk Sound website.
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