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With the Infinity Beta10 Bookshelf Series, Infinity offers a powerful and exquisitely beautiful audio set-up. Beta imparts exceptional fidelity and realism to music and movies. These speakers deliver clean, resonance-free high and midrange frequencies with a forceful dynamic bass, bringing your favorite movies to life.
The Infinity Beta10 bookshelf speakers come in black and cherry finishes. The model measures 300mm high, 190mm wide and 290mm deep, and weighs 14 pounds. Furthermore, the Beta10 model is a 125 watt, 3-way 5-inch device.
Whatâ€™s wrong with two-channel stereo? The main problem: finding the right spot to listen in isn’t always easy. Good spatial rendition requires that listeners sit on the centerline. Off-axis listeners get nearside biasâ€”the stage and images follow them to the near speaker. Farther phantom sources, even for centered listeners, have a mid-band response-error characteristic and tend to produce soft, foggy images.
On the other hand, multichannel audio presents a more stable soundstage and is better at tracking sound sources. A set-up like this ensures that the sound doesnâ€™t shift with listener position, perverting timbre, location, and direction, and provides an improved sense of ambience and envelopment. Two-channel playback is similar to looking into the performance space as opposed to being in it. In other words, with a high-performance multichannel recording, everybody, even off-axis listeners, get a sound field that doesnâ€™t have to be dependent on listening position. With the Infinity BetaC360BK Center Channel, youâ€™re one step closer to getting high-quality sounds.