What’s big, loud and looks like it belongs in the back of a 1987 Camaro IROC-Z? The new Cerwin-Vega CVHD home entertainment system, which according to the company, takes “its performance and visual cues from experience gleaned by the company’s involvement in professional audio.”
The idea behind the set is that pro studios don’t use different size/shapes of speakers as satellites, they use identical surrounds. And so should you. The sats use neodymium magnets for big sound with less weight, along with a 1-inch treated silver mylar soft dome tweeter and six 3-inch composite cone woofers. The low-end of the sound is handled by a 12-inch powered subwoofer that pushes air with 250 watts of continuous power.
You can pick these up today in 2.1 and 5.1 configurations priced at $699 and $999, respectively. Wall mounts are included, but you’re on your own for the duck-footed floor stands.
There’s a nice big pic after the jump of the satellite with the grille off for your viewing pleasure.
Cerwin-Vega CVHD home entertainment system [company site]