Boston Acoustics SubSAT Six 1990's - STEREO SPEAKERS - 3 pieces, with subwoofer

$75.00

For Sale:  Selling a high end matched 3 piece set of speakers made in 1992. Retail price was $499.95.

The woofers on the two way satellite speakers have just been refoamed 3/2024 and should be good for another 30 years. The two 6" woofers in the subwoofer unit were checked and confirmed to have surrounds that are in good shape. All 6 drivers are in mint shape- woofers have no rips, tears, holes, or voice coil rubbing. No distortion, no issues.

All original. Excellent classic room filling Boston Acoustics sound quality.

The cabinets show some minor wear in places, minor paint marks, small scratches, not bad though. Metal grills on the satellites are in mint shape. I'm not a big fan of white speaker cabinets as they pick up every tiny mark -in most cases I would say "friends don't let friends paint speakers" but in this case painting them black might be an improvement. IMO.

Note: for BEST acoustic soundstage place the subwoofer unit near a corner with the bass ports facing the wall.
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The Boston Acoustics SubSat Six is a compact speaker system built in the increasingly popular three-piece format. It consists of a pair of small, two-way satellite speakers and a separate PowerVent bass module. Each satellite weighs 4 pounds and measures 8 inches high, 4-7/8 inches wide, and 4-3/4 inches deep, and each contains a 4-inch cone woofer operating in a sealed enclosure and a 3/4-inch dome tweeter. The white vinyl-finished particleboard enclosures have spring-loaded connectors on the back panels; normally meant to accept wire leads, they are also compatible with dual banana plugs. The metal grilles are removable.

The PowerVent module, also finished in white, weighs 17-1/4 pounds and measures 13-1/2 inches high, 7-1/4 inches wide, and 16-1/2 inches long. It contains separate 6-inch woofers for each channel, rear-loaded by a common sealed chamber and facing into a common vented chamber. The vents open through 2-inch-diameter tubular ducts that are flared at both ends to eliminate noise from turbulence at high levels. The PowerVent design provides a low-pass cutoff of 18 dB per octave without using any crossover components, and since each satellite contains its own high-pass crossover filter, the satellite and bass-module driver for each channel are simply connected in parallel and then to the amplifier output.

The system’s specifications include a frequency response of 46 to 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB, a nominal impedance of 4 ohms, and sensitivity of 87 dB sound-pressure level (SPL) at 1 meter with a 2.83-volt input. It is recommended for use with amplifier: rated to deliver between 15 and 100 watts per channel.

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