Colorado vNet Corp. announced five new in-ceiling and in-wall models are the first in Colorado vNet's “WSA” series, which stands for “Wicked Sounding Audio.”
The new Colorado vNet WSA lineup begins with three in-ceiling models in a variety of popular sizes and configurations. All feature a unique bezel-free design, with magnetic grilles that make the speakers nearly invisible to the eye. The WSA-7C100 (pictured) is a 7″ round in-ceiling model that features a 7″ injection-molded polypropylene driver (IMPP) impregnated with Kevlar fibers for superior rigidity, and a 1″ silk dome tweeter that can be aimed as much as 15 degrees toward the listening areas. With 91 dB of sensitivity, it is an excellent choice for lower powered deployments, and will play efficiently with 10-85 watts of power and a broad 38 Hz – 20 kHz frequency range.
Moving up in the lineup is the flagship 7″ model, the WSA-7C125, which mates a super fast aluminum driver with a stunning 1″ Teteron tweeter. This high-end driver material offers incredible speed and articulation, thanks to its super light weight and broad dispersion characteristics. The in-ceiling lineup also includes a single-point stereo model, the WSA-7SS100. Featuring an IMPP driver with Kevlar fibers and a 1″ silk dome tweeter, this extraordinarily musical in-ceiling speaker achieves a stunning 28 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response, +/-3 dB.
Rounding out the in-ceiling models is the addition of the WSA-7SS100, which is a single point stereo model perfect for bathrooms, hallways, or other areas where stereo performance from a single in-ceiling speaker is desired. The WSA-7SS100 features an 8″ woofer and two 1″ teleron tweeters.
The new Colorado vNet in-wall model is the WSA-7W125, which features the lightweight 7″ aluminum woofer coupled with a 1″ Teteron tweeter. This combination achieves superior clarity and remarkable off-axis coverage in a popular rectangular form factor and size that's appropriate for nearly any installation.
The new Colorado vNet architectural speaker lineup will ship in Q4 of 2010.