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SLS Loudspeakers will debut its new CM141CC small format speaker at NSCA 2007 (Booth #359). Intended for high quality background music playback in settings such as retail, restaurants and hospitality, as well as home theater surround sound application, the 5” square compact speaker is equipped with SLS‘ high performance PRD100 planar ribbon transducer for accurate high frequency presentation up to 40,000HZ. The PRD100 is mounted coaxially with a hi-fi quality 4” ploycone woofer. Delivering 110 degree sound coverage, its sleek design is available in high gloss white or black and includes a wall mount bracket and barrier strip inputs.

When used with the optional SLS CM832JB junction box, two wiring solutions that bypass the need for performance degrading 70V transformers can be implemented. Four CM141CCs can serve as a single 70V 160W tap (32 ohm loading) or the four CM141CCs can present an 8 ohm load to a single amp channel. Additionally, the CM141CC is designed for use with SLS‘ new CM series subwoofers for extended range operation. The CM series subwoofers feature a built in CM832JB, a low pass crossover, high pass crossover output and an optional 70V 60W transformer that can power both the subwoofer and the four satellites.

“Whether the venue be an atmosphere of elegant dining in an established opulent environment or a cutting-edge, trendy, fashion retail outlet, it is vital that the audio become integrated and coherent without becoming obtrusive,” explains Jeff Lowry, SLS Loudspeakers, director of marketing. “The CM141CC offers a fine balance in achieving the appropriate sound level and visual appeal in these types of settings while distributing the great audio quality and ease of installation for which SLS has become known.”

The CM141CC is slated for availability in April 2007. For more product information, visit www.slsaudio.com.

SLS Loudspeakers, a division of SLS International, designs, manufactures and markets proprietary ultra high-fidelity ribbon-driver loudspeakers and sound systems for professional, commercial and residential applications. The publicly traded company (SLSZ) was founded in the 1970s and its products are used in hundreds of installations worldwide.
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