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Dayton Audio Introduces B452-AIR, T652-AIR and C452-AIR Speakers

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Dayton Audio is pleased to announce our new 'AIR' Series! Originally introduced to the line was Dayton Audio's B652-AIR bookshelf speaker. The AMT tweeter livened up the top end, while the original B652 features which made it such a big hit, remained virtually the same: the tight-sounding 6.5" woofer in an optimally-damped sealed wood composite enclosure, an included keyhole hanger bracket, quick-connect terminals, non-marking rubber feet, and a removable fabric grill.

The new B452-AIR bookshelf speaker may be the little brother to the larger B652-AIR, but it packs a big sonic punch just like the original B452! Try it on your desk, or as part of a compact, discrete yet impressive surround sound system. With a 4.5" woofer and scaled-down cabinet, the B452-AIR is all about giving you the most performance for your money while offering a little something extra from the fantastic AMT tweeter.

Dayton Audio also brings the high-value design formula of the B652-AIR speakers to a tower form factor in the new T652-AIR floor-standing tower speakers. Dual 6-1/2" woofers and an AMT tweeter deliver sound with power, clarity, and bass punch. The bass reflex tower cabinet provides a firm bass foundation to 45 Hz, for rich, satisfying low end that enhances any type of music or home theater content. The larger tower design of the T652-AIR provides enough output to fill the largest listening spaces, while not overwhelming the décor in more intimate settings.

Lastly, Dayton Audio rounds-out the AIR series with the compact C452-AIR center channel speaker. Designed to complement the other Dayton Audio speakers in a multichannel home theater system, the C452-AIR produces balanced, natural sound with excellent sonic detail that rivals more expensive speaker brands. The AMT tweeter provides a silky smooth response with enough detail to satisfy any audio enthusiast.


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