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Boston Acoustics SoundWare XS 5.1 Speaker System

Here's another solution for the space and budget conscious. 



The speakers themselves are a little unusual-looking; they're shaped like a polyhedron. Boston Acoustics states that this is to clean up the sound by reducing standing waves. Each polyhedron contains a 2.5-inch woofer and a 0.5-inch tweeter, and features a mounting bracket and weatherproof build.










The subwoofer has a 100W amp (200W peak) and an 8-inch graphite injected polymer woofer with an acoustically tuned port. It also packs Deep Channel Design - designing the magnetics of the motor structure to get the greatest woofer stroke. The company reckons that'll deliver more bass from less power.






 Specifications/Features

  • SoundWare XS satellite speakers are incredibly small yet provide big high performance sound
  • Satellites feature 1/2" soft dome tweeter and 2-1/2" mid-bass driver
  • Polyhedron shaped satellites speakers sit or mount at any angle providing amazing placement flexibility.
  • 8-inch Graphite injected polymer woofer utilizes Deep ChannelDesign (DCD) for more bass from less amplifier power
  • 100-watt (250 watts Peak) subwoofer amplifier with BassTraccircuitry delivers powerful, distortion-free bass
  • 100 watts of power in an 8" subwoofer
  • Articulating mounting brackets included
  • BassTrac circuitry for deep, powerful bass without distortion
  • Satellites feature 1/2" dome tweeter and 2-1/2" mid-bass driver
  • Ultra-compact SoundWare XS satellites

 This product handles a wide range of sounds well.  Its compact design includes mounting kits to conveniently place the system out of sight minimizing its installation imposing on your living space.  In addition, its attractive finish will compliment any home as it comes in black and white.





The Boston Acoustics SoundWare XS system is an excellent buy for someone looking to just get it all at once and maintain quality sound for a reasonable price.




Included mounts are handy but never forget the value of a chair and the "right installer".