Compact RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer Recognized in Home Theatre Systems Category
Incline Village, Nevada – January 9, 2008 - Artison has announced that its RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer, a compact and more affordable version of its award-winning RCC 600, has been selected by Consumer Electronics Association as an Innovations 2008 Design and Engineering Award honoree in the Home Theatre Accessory product category.
Judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, independent engineers and members of the trade press, the Innovations Design and Engineering Awards recognize the most innovative consumer electronic products in the industry. All honorees are featured in a special display at the 2008 International CES held January 7-10 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“We are proud to have the RCC 300 recognized by the Consumer Electronics Association as an industry-leader in subwoofers,” said Cary Christie, president of Artison. “Being honored with this award demonstrates the effort we at Artison put into ensuring that our products are innovative while satisfying our consumers‘ home audio and video needs.”
The RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer‘s Reactance-Canceling Configuration technology allows the RCC 300 to provide, vibration-free, detailed bass from an enclosure that disappears in a customer‘s environment. In addition, the RCC 300 space requirements are small, allowing it to be mounted directly into a 2” x 4” stud wall. Featuring a bass performance equivalent of a 10-inch floor-standing subwoofer, the RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer is the perfect solution for smaller rooms or installations requiring multiple subwoofers within a larger space.
The subwoofer‘s accompanying amplifier is a slim 1.5 RU, which is easily hidden; and should it be displayed, its sleek black cabinet and blue backlighting are very attractive. Featuring state-of-the-art Digital Signal Processing software, it allows for a customized set up, regardless of placement within a room. Sound controls, like power, gain, movie mode, and music mode, are front panel accessible, giving consumers the ultimate in flexibility and performance. On the back are advanced features, such as Automatic Room Equalization and Variable Low Pass slopes ensure sonic perfection, regardless of placement.
• Artison‘s RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer has been selected as the winner of the Audioholics 2007 Consumer Excellence Award in the In-Wall/In-Ceiling Subwoofer category.
• The RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer is a compact and more affordable version of its award-winning RCC 600.
• The RCC 300 In-Wall Subwoofer‘s Reactance-Canceling Configuration technology allows the RCC 300 to provide tremendous, vibration-free, detailed bass from an enclosure that disappears in a customer‘s environment.
• The Audioholics Consumer Excellence Awards recognize the most advanced and forward-thinking products in crucial consumer electronics categories.
Artison is dedicated to the development of new audio and video applications designed to meet the technology needs of the 21st century. Led by renowned speaker designer, Cary Christie, Artison demonstrates its expertise by developing technological innovations that enhance consumer‘s home audio and video enjoyment. The company is headquartered at 774 Mays Boulevard, Suite 10-183, Incline Village, NV 89451, phone 775-833-4344, or visit the Artison web site at www.artisonusa.com.
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