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Goldmund unveils Logos 3F Subwoofer, more

updated 04:00 pm EST, Thu January 3, 2008

Goldmund unveils Logos 3F

Goldmund today introduced its Logos 3F Subwoofer and Noise Eliminating USB Audio Input (site not updated). The Logos 3F boasts the same frequency response of 7Hz to 17Hz bandwidth as its older 3F sibling, but reduces its size to 12-inches for easy concealment inside interior walls. Goldmund's new USB processors use a multi-channel processor with up to 32 channels, extending to 128 channels. Pricing is currently unavailable, but the company says it will display the new offerings at the CES trade show.

"It may be difficult to improve upon perfection, but these two innovations will allow us to take the Goldmund Media Room to an unthinkable level of sophisticated and refined sound quality and efficiency," said Michel Reverchon, president of Goldmund. "Even without a presence on the show floor of the year's biggest consumer electronics trade show, Goldmund is the must-see name this January."




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  1. notehead

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    umm... wrong.

    "The Logos 3F boasts the same frequency response of 7Hz to 17Hz bandwidth as its older 3F sibling..."

    Humans generally cannot hear sound below 20Hz, so I rather strongly suspect that the statement above is erroneous.

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