Is Boston a good speaker brand?

Boston Acoustics is a well recognized brand in the audio industry. If you haven’t seen their speaker products at your favorite electronics store, you may have seen their car audio products in some vehicle or another.

Who bought out Boston Acoustics?

Sound United
Sound United, the parent company of a bunch of audio brands including Polk Audio and Definitive Technology, announced today that it’s bought the D+M Group — parent company to another bunch of audio brands, including Denon, Marantz, and Boston Acoustics. The acquisition is a pretty big wrap-up for the audio market.

Are Polk speakers made in China?

The Polk Flagship speaker system, their LSiM 707 loudspeaker is made in China, but the consumer is told that they are made in China, and the pricing certainly reflects they are made in China, and Polk even runs 1/2 price sales on their speakers once or twice a year, making the purchase an even better deal.

Are Polk speakers made in America?

Polk Audio is an American manufacturer of audio products best known for its home and automobile speakers. The company also produces a wide range of other audio products, such as amplifiers and FM tuners….Polk Audio.

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When did the Boston Acoustics CR speakers come out?

I was the Director of Home Audio Product Development at Boston Acoustics from 1992-2003, so I can tell you something about these speakers. The original CR series (Compact Reference) was introduced in Dec 1994, as the replacement to the HD series. That first CR family consisted of the CR6 (5 ¼” 2-way), CR7 (6 ½”), CR8 (7”) and CR9 (8”).

Which is the best speaker in the CR series?

The CR7 was a favorite of BA’s president, Andy Kotsatos. For an inexpensive speaker using pretty ordinary components, it sounded truly excellent, with great balance and a very smooth FR. My favorite in the line was the CR8, which really did do the “where’s the sub” trick pretty well, especially for a 7” woofer.

Which is the smallest model of Boston Acoustics speakers?

Boston Acoustics speakers have always been a favorite of mine, so that’s where I headed first. The CR57’s were the smallest of the series, with the CR67’s the next step up (the CR67 is the newer year’s model of the CR65, same specs).

Which is better Boston Acoustics or PSB Alpha B1?

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. These are enjoyable speakers presenting a natural easy to listen to sound that is full of dynamics. A bit warm very involving. Excellent bass for a four inch. Highly recommended. PSB alpha B1 is better but a little less organic a bit more mechanical.

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