A "wicked-good speakah" from Boston
The M250 from Boston Acoustics has what it takes to bring your music and movies to life. This slim, graceful tower employs the latest advancements in Boston's speaker technology to give you exceptionally accurate and natural sound. It's equally well suited for use in a stereo pair or as front left and right speakers in a multichannel home theater system. Plus, the M250 looks every bit as good as it sounds. Sporting a glossy black piano lacquer finish with luxurious leather-feel trim, it makes a stunning addition to just about any space.
Advanced drivers for detailed, dynamic sound
Boston's Extended Wide Bandwidth dome tweeter lets the M250 really sing with silky, transparent highs. Unlike most tweeters, this one has a dimple in the middle that stabilizes the linear motion of the tweeter for significantly lower distortion, improved dispersion for a deep, expansive soundstage, and greater clarity over a broad range of frequencies. The M250 also delivers dynamic mids and bass thanks to a 5-1/4" polypropylene midrange and a 5-1/4" woofer with an acoustically tuned port.
Better cabinet construction improves performance
Cabinet vibration, or resonance, is the enemy of clear sound. It distorts and colors the sound of instruments and vocals. Boston's M Series speakers fight vibration with LoQ™ cabinet construction. By using two sheets of MDF (medium density fiberboard) with a special damping adhesive layer between them, Boston created an enclosure that provides the acoustic deadening of much thicker materials without the drawbacks of added weight and increased size. The result is a relatively compact, lightweight speaker that has a very low resonance — or in speaker-speak, a low “Q.”
In addition to the Lo-Q cabinet material, Boston also used a scanning laser vibrometer to critically position the M Series cabinets' internal braces where they provide the most benefit. Then they added heavy-duty absorptive cabinet fill to eliminate internal standing waves. These advanced cabinet building techniques and materials result in speakers with impressive transparency and a large, detailed soundstage.
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