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Ask some old audiophile (like me) about Infinity, and he'll probably tell you about the Infinity Reference Series speaker, which broke the $40,000/pair price barrier way back in the 1980s. Or he might talk about the Servo Statik 1, which was the first subwoofer/satellite speaker system when it launched even further back, in the 1960s.
So what's Infinity done since, you ask? Good question. Since 1983, the brand's been owned by Harman International, currently parent company of JBL, Mark Levinson, Revel, and bunch of professional audio brands. Harman's interest in the Infinity brand seems to wax and wane. We've seen the brand on a lot of very nice products, especially the high-efficiency Compositions Series of the mid-1990s and the rectangular-woofered Cascade Series of the mid-2000s. But there hasn't been a real "Infinity sound" or "Infinity philosophy" since the days when MTV played music videos.
frequency response: 38-22,000 Hz
sensitivity: 89 dB
impedance: 6 ohms
recommended amplifier power: 20-200 watts
CMMD (Ceramic Metal Matrix Diaphragm) driver technology for accurate, low-distortion sound
1" CMMD tweeter with Advanced Waveguide for smooth, detailed high frequencies across a wide listening area
5-1/4" CMMD flat-piston midrange with dedicated sub-enclosure reduces diffraction to provide better vocals, dialogue intelligibility, and presence
dual 6-1/2" CMMD high-output woofers for powerful, low-distortion bass
bass reflex (ported) design
computer-optimized driver positioning and crossover network integration for accurate sound and lifelike imaging
dual gold-plated five-way binding post speaker terminals with bi-amp/bi-wire capability
black woodgrain vinyl finish
7-7/8"W x 44-7/8"H x 15-7/16"D
weight: 50.6 lbs