Boston Acoustics A250 Floorstander Speaker
Boasting an innovative design for optimal sound, the Boston Acoustics A 250 Two-Way Dual 5-1/4-Inch Floorstanding Speaker makes an ideal addition to home theater or music systems. This impressively statured floorstanding speaker features internal bracing and a reinforcement disc for enhanced sound quality. A Kortec soft dome tweeter offers crisp, high frequencies, while ceramic/glass fiber polymer woofers deliver more bass response from less amplifier power.
Woofer Design Reduces Distortion
Each A Series 5-1/4-inch woofer uses Deep Channel Design (DCD) magnet structures to deliver more bass from less amplifier power, resulting in a fuller, cleaner sound. The A Series woofers feature ceramic and glass fiber polymer cones that help to reduce distortion for improved clarity.
Innovative Cabinet Shape Improves Stereo Imaging
All A Series cabinets use a tuned resonant port design to magnify the woofer’s sound output for improved low-frequency response and stereo imaging. The A 250 incorporates a fully sealed diagonal internal panel for tighter, cleaner midrange and bass.
Binding Posts Make Installation Easy
Five-way gold-plated binding posts offer plenty of flexibility, making installation easy. The binding posts’ large contact surface allows for an especially pure signal transfer.
The Goal of the A Series
Boston’s A Series speakers are ideal for either multi channel home theater or stereo-only music systems and may be used in any configuration for other listening applications.
Boston Acoustics creates all of its speakers following the Play Smart approach to product design–sensible, useful, smart design features combined with contemporary styling. To deliver the best performance possible in this price class, Boston’s engineers brought together the best elements of traditional loudspeaker design, incorporating several new technologies into the A Series.
Boston’s engineers utilized Laser Vibrometer Scanning and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to identify unwanted resonances in the loudspeaker with the goal of eliminating them to greatly improve performance. The elimination of hardware on the cabinet’s front baffle and rounded front edges further improve driver performance for improved stereo imaging.