ISE 2013: Genelec enters home audio market with G and F Series30 January 2013
Genelec is introducing the G and F Series – a new range of home audio products that blend sustainable materials and energy saving features, with professional quality performance – at ISE 2013.#
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The G and F Series signal Genelec’s entry into home audio market and incorporate the company’s green values and strong heritage in the professional audio world. The models feature Genelec´s new Power Management Technology to ensure they meet the coming ErP Energy Related Products (ERP) Directive and the cabinets are manufactured from recycled aluminium so can be reused indefinitely, adding to the sustainable nature of the products.
The G and F Series represent a new blueprint for home audio loudspeakers,” said Tomi Hassinen, international sales manager for home audio products at Genelec. “The professional quality performance alongside the recycled materials and our green manufacturing philosophy add up to a future-proof package that is designed for broad appeal across the home audio and small installation sector. We are proud to be introducing them to the systems integration community at ISE 2013.”
The G Series combine a compact aluminium enclosure with easy connectivity to sources such as home cinema amplifier, PC, portable music player or multi-room system. The F Series active subwoofers extend the bass response of the G Series loudspeakers with accurate, solid and dynamic bass.
There are four models in the G Series range – each designed to suit a listening environment whether small of large. All models encompass the same attributes: neutrality of sound, accuracy of the soundstage and reliability. Practical room response controls are standard on each G Series loudspeaker, enabling them to be adjusted for optimum performance in any environment.
The F Series subwoofers feature an unobtrusive, modern appearance. The different connectivity options provide a convenient connection to portable audio players, computers or home cinema systems through their line level outputs.