M-1 Satellite Speaker
The M-1 loudspeaker can be used on its own, with a subwoofer in a 2.1 system, or as part of one of our Mini Theater systems.
Sleek, compact, yet packing a powerful punch, the M-1 satellite speaker can be used on its own, with a subwoofer in a 2.1 system, or as the backbone of our Mini Theater systems. From the inside out, the M-1 was conceived as a unified system. Its design has evolved in a totally integrated way, from the custom-made crossover to the two-piece clamshell cabinet.
And now, following a complete technological overhaul, including all-new drive units designed in-house, it sounds better than ever. Dispersion has increased. Imaging is pinpoint accurate. Performance is now full range. In fact, the improvement is such that a single pair of M-1s could happily take on the role of your dedicated stereo speakers.
The speaker's versatility allows it to adapt perfectly to any home environment, no matter how awkward space. You can put the M-1 on a bookshelf. Or mount it on a wall. Or position it on its own floor-length stand. It can even swivel to a horizontal position, for when you want to use one as a center channel speaker. Its clamshell cabinet is formed from just two interlockings, continuously curving sections. It all adds up to stunning sound, whatever you are listening to.
ASW608 8" Compact Subwoofer
For big sound in smaller spaces, you can’t beat the ASW608, the most compact of the 600 Series subwoofers.
Its long-throw 200mm driver allows the ASW608 to move the large volumes of air needed for high-quality low-frequency output, and its audiophile-standard 200W Class D amplifier keeps the unit running cool, even when the music or movie action is whipping up a storm.
In all of the 600 Series subwoofers, the bass driver diaphragms are constructed from a rugged, finely-tuned mix of paper pulp, Kevlar fibers, and resin, which provides the stiffness needed to withstand the tremendous physical forces exerted by the voice coil and pressures inside the cabinet.
Ultra-solid construction delivers slamming bass, drum kicks, and special movie effects. Deformation is minimized; bass precision, power, and enjoyment are maximized.