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Paradigm Reference Millenia LP On-Wall LCR Speaker

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A mountable on-wall LCR speaker for AV minimalists who want the in-wall aesthetic without the light construction

Paradigm just announced the Millenia LP on-wall LCR speaker to their Reference series. The ultra-thin (1-1/2″) cabinet profile is slim enough to hang with the sleekest LED, LCD, or plasma flat-panel displays, even meshing with projector screens while reproducing music, soundtracks and dialogue with accurate ease.

Lifestyle speakers are in demand and the Millenia LP caters to audio enthusiasts building a system piece by piece since each speaker can be used for left/right or center channel sound, just by configuring vertically or horizontally, depending on preference. The Millenia LP LCR delivers for those in search of non-architectural, minimalistic, audio options since it requires no custom speaker cut-out holes. Simply cut out small holes for the speaker wire and mount the speakers to the wall for a clean LCR set up.

Built with Paradigm Reference technology, the Millenia LP features convex S-PAL satin-anodized pure aluminum domes, curved mineral-filled polypropylene bass/midrange cones and other award-winning design elements. Three Reference Millenia LPs can be paired with the sonically-matched Millenia ADP surrounds and a Millenia Sub or Seismic 110 to create an acoustically immersive and aesthetically pleasing 5.1 surround sound set-up.

“With HD displays getting thinner, some people want high-performance speakers like the Millenia LP that hang with an equally low profile and yet do not require invasive construction.”
— Mark Aling, Director of Marketing for Paradigm

Availability
The Millenia LP comes in Black Gloss finish and will be available spring 2011. Check price.

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