Raising the bar on performance
Highly regarded for their musical honesty and superior value, PSB speakers have long been a favorite of audiophiles and industry insiders alike. With over 40 years of careful testing and listening under his belt, chief engineer Paul Barton and his design team have an almost uncanny knack for building loudspeakers with the ability to startle and delight.
PSB's newest creation, the Imagine T2, is a perfect example. This gorgeous, floor-standing tower incorporates technology borrowed from their top-of-the-line Synchrony series, to raise the price/performance bar to new heights. The T2's open, natural sound will bring all your music and movie soundtracks to life with exquisite detail and stunning realism.
Each woofer is isolated in its own sealed chamber to provide deeper, more accurate bass.
Five-driver array for uniform sound
The Imagine T2 uses a five-driver array made up of three woofers, a midrange, and a dome tweeter. Unlike many other designs, this speaker's tweeter sits just below the midrange and above the top woofer in an arrangement that's characteristic of PSB's high-end Synchrony line. Having the tweeter positioned lower along the baffle helps you experience the T2's full sonic range from low to high, whether you're seated or standing. The three woofers are strategically placed along the front baffle, allowing for more consistent sound dispersion. And each woofer is isolated in its own sealed chamber to provide more precise cabinet tuning. The result is powerful, controlled bass down to 34Hz.
Precise driver design for natural sound
The T2's 1" titanium dome tweeter is engineered to produce smooth, accurate highs free from harshness and grain. The 4" midrange and 5-1/4" woofers use proprietary ceramic-filled polypropylene cones, which makes them very stiff and light. The result: you hear clear, highly detailed midrange, and bass that's tight and articulate. The T2's superbly accurate and stable stereo image pulls you deep into the soundstage for a totally immersive experience. Whether your tastes run to intense action flicks, hard-driving rock, or anything in between, these towers can handle whatever you throw at them.
A solid cabinet with a luxurious finish
Beautifully curved outside and heavily braced inside, the T2's solid, acoustically inert cabinet helps resist sound-muddying vibrations. Each hand-crafted enclosure sports a surprisingly compact footprint that blends neatly into your room. The Black Ash and Dark Cherry models' top and side panels are clad in real wood veneer that's hand selected for its beauty and quality, while the Gloss Black model features a deep, mirror-like high-gloss exterior. Whichever finish you choose, you'll have both a visual and sonic masterpiece.
"These elegant floorstanding speakers of moderate size offer a surprisingly "big" sound, with dynamics sufficient to present large-scaled music convincingly and enough bass to cover orchestral and rock music, though pipe organ enthusiasts will want to add a subwoofer or two. The T2s vanish into the soundfield and present a suitably expansive sonic picture when the recording justifies it. They sound very low in distortion with a pure midrange and a very clean treble. And they have a truth to timbre, a tonal neutrality, that is top level, showing a clean pair of heels in this regard in particular to many high-end speakers of far higher price. Orchestras have a life-like tonal realism that is startling, pianos sound like pianos, vocals like people singing. Paul Barton has produced a masterpiece here, and at a most reasonable price."
— From The Absolute Sound, 2013 High-End Audio Buyer's guide: Floor-standing Loudspeakers $2000-$5000
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