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GoldenEar SuperCinema 3D Array Soundbar Pays Extra Attention to Your Audio and Surround Experience
With action-packed, high-energy films like Taken 2 and Argo currently in theaters, it’s easy to find yourself day dreaming about that moment you finally get your hands on the newly released DVD. With that, comes the longing to watch and re-watch your favorite, capturing every little detail you may have missed, and all while in the comfort of your own home.
As exciting as this sounds to the most dedicated of movie buffs, there’s always that nagging feeling that the experience just might not be the same. Will the picture quality live up to the big screen? What about the sound – will I be able to pick up on that subtle crunch of broken glass, will I feel like I’m in the midst of another epic Liam Neeson throw down? Because let’s be honest it’s the quality of the surround sound that really makes you feel a part of the story.
Thankfully, GoldenEar has you covered; their soundbar solutions have captured the attention of audiophiles and movie lovers of all levels due to their compact form factor and dramatic superiority over your average TV’s built-in speakers.
The high-end loudspeaker company recently introduced its SC3DA SuperCinema® 3D Array™ Soundbar ($999.99) this September, during the annual Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) show. Immediately the SC3DA found its place as one of the most remarkable new loudspeaker systems on the market, combining the elegant form factor of a soundbar with the extraordinary sonic performance of a true surround system.
Adding to the cosmetic beauty of the soundbar is the SC3DA’s piano-gloss-black-finished cabinet of aerospace-grade aluminum, complete with a non-resonant marble-powder-infused baffle and end-caps. It can be easily wall-mounted using its keyhole mounts or threaded brass inserts, or shelf-mounted using its adjustable rear supports. May sound fancy and complex, but the SC3DA can easily be wall-mounted using its keyhole mounts or threaded brass inserts, or if you’d prefer shelf-mounted, all you need are the adjustable rear supports.
What truly makes the SC3DA stand apart is the attention to detail provided by its manufacturer. With a clear vision, Sandy Gross, founder of GoldenEar, wanted to address the acoustic problem that involves crosstalk between left and right loudspeakers and the listeners’ contralateral ears. This trip up commonly occurs when the the left and right channels are situated very close to each other, as is the case with a soundbar. To minimize and eliminate these acoustic issues, the SC3DA soundbar uses special 3D image optimization technology to achieve a wide 3D front soundstage with virtually no acoustic coloration.
The end result: a front soundstage that stretches from wall to wall and beyond, with amazing height, width and depth that envelops the listeners in a true 180-degree soundfield, even though the soundbar is only 49″ wide – impressive, doesn’t even begin to describe it.
Looking for a truly immersive surround experience? One that causes you to duck for cover with every crash, or reach for a blanket at the vibrant, realistic sound of heavy rain. Look no further than incorporating GoldenEar Technology within your home entertainment system. It’s the fastest, easiest way for you to feel a part of the action.
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