Leon A10-UT Salem NH
Acoustical Design, Furnishings, Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Multi-Room Audio
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Audio / Video, Home Automation / Systems Integration / Home Networking, Home Theater, Lighting Control, Multi-Room Controls
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February 25, 2010 By HE Staff
For those that can't stand the idea of a big box subwoofer taking up space in their theater, but still want big sound, Leon has just announced the A10-UT. The UT standing for "ultra-thin."
At 4.5-inches deep, thin it is. All the info after the jump.
Inside the sealed cabinet is a 10-inch aluminum cone driver with a solid aluminum baffle. If the A10-UT is still too much for your room, it can be converted to be a thin, down-firing sub for placement under a chair or sofa.
The A10-UT can be paired with Leon's L3-1K, a 1,000-watt class A/B subwoofer amp. The crossover and phase can be adjusted along with a built in EQ so installers can match the sub/amp to the room.
The A10-UT is built in Ann Arbor, MI, and can be customized to match any color or finish.
PRICE : (Both include an L3-1K)
Dual A10-UT: $3,995
CONTACT : Leonspeakers.com