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Enjoy Movie-Quality Sound With JBL Home Cinema Speaker System

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A complete multi-channel surround-sound speaker system with powered subwoofer that reproduces all the digital realism and performance of today’s video soundtracks, Home Controls offers the Leviton Architectural Edition powered by JBL On-Wall Home Cinema Speaker System.

www.homecontrols.com/JBL-5-1-Ch-Home-Theater-Speaker-System-wSubwoofer-LVAEH50

Leviton JBL 5.1 Channel Home Theater Speaker SystemWhen specifications call for both audio performance and installation flexibility, Leviton and JBL have teamed up to create a unique solution: the AEH50 Surround-Sound Home Cinema Speaker System with 100 Watt Powered Subwoofer. Based on the same technologies and features that made JBL the speaker of choice for film recording professionals and movie theater designers, the AEH50 engineers them into an easy-to-live-with form factor that works in any living and listening environment.

The AEH50 Cinema Speaker System’s two-way satellite speakers take their performance cues from JBL’s renowned family of studio monitors, delivering smooth, accurate sound coverage throughout the viewing area. The powered subwoofer is engineered to generate full-frequency realism, providing the powerful bass foundation required to faithfully reproduce today’s special- effects-rich film soundtracks.

The System is a 5-channel surround-sound package that can easily be upgraded to 6- and 7-channel operation for 6.1 or 7.1 surround-sound operation with the optional matched AESS5 Expansion Satellite Speaker. The system uses standard audio wiring topology, with satellites connected directly to the AV receiver’s speaker terminals and the subwoofer system connected to the receiver’s SUB OUT or LFE OUT jacks. The AEH50 is compatible with the full range of surround, speaker and EQ modes available in today’s AV receivers.

Available in black or white.

Applications

An extremely versatile performer, the AEH50 Home Cinema Speaker System is ideal for use in any application where – because of room space or functional considerations – an in-wall/ in-ceiling installed home theater speaker solution is impractical but full performance is desired. The satellites can be mounted on walls or ceilings to open up as much living space as possible. Video magnetic shielding means that the satellites can be located right next to a TV screen without causing any problems.

  • Asymmetric “problem” rooms – the prime example is in new home construction where the fireplace is central to the living room while the TV/entertainment center location is off in a corner. While this type of layout prohibits in-wall speakers from being used, the AEH50 can be utilized in many cases to set-up a perfectly balanced listening area in relation to both TV and seating locations, usually at a 45-degree angle to the listening room.
  • Secondary theater rooms – many homeowners want home theater in other locations, including master bedrooms and kids’ rooms. The AEH50’s low-profile design and installation flexibility make it an ideal solution for that situation.

Leviton JBL Extra Surround Sound SpeakerHome Controls also offers a pair of Leviton Architectural Edition powered by JBL Expansion Satellite Speaker for the AEH50 Home Cinema Speaker System, allowing you to expand your system to 6- and 7-channel operation for 6.1 or 7.1 surround sound operation. Available in White or Black.

www.homecontrols.com/Leviton-JBL-Extra-Surround-Sound-Speaker-For-LVAEH50-LVAESS5

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