Peabody, Mass. - Boston Acoustics
continued to roll out new car audio products with the shipment of a new
entry-level 11-SKU high-efficiency speaker lineup intended for use with factory
head units and other low-power audio systems.
The company recently returned to the market
drop-in subwoofer systems
and separately launched GTA
that boost output up to 25 percent over their predecessors.
The new entry-level SE speaker
series provides drop-in installation options for multiple OEM cutouts and
includes two component models, eight coaxial models, and one three-way model.
Coaxial speakers range from the two-way
3.5-inch S35 at a suggested $69.95/pair to the 6x9-inch two-way SE95 at $129.95/pair.
Other coaxial models come in 4-, 5.25-, 6-, 4x6-, and 5x7-inch sizes. A
three-way 6x9 retails for $149.95/pair.
The two-way component
speakers are the 5.25-inch SE 50 at $149.95/pair and the 6.5-inch SE60 at
The SE series
replaces the similarly positioned S series and offers the same prices as the S
series. All models feature 0.75-inch soft-dome tweeter with neodymium magnet.
Key improvements in
the coaxial models include a redesigned Contoured Asymmetrical Tweeter Baffle
that offers a 20 percent improvement in off-axis response. Key models also add metal
mesh woofer grilles for improved protection when a woofer is installed in
non-factory locations. The tweeters in the component systems also now feature
speakers also add multiple tweeter cups allowing for surface-angle,
flush-angle, or flush-mount applications.
Peabody, Mass. - Boston Acoustics continued to roll out new car audio products with the shipment of a new entry-level 11-SKU high-efficiency speaker lineup intended for use with factory head units and other low-power audio systems.