Canadian Speaker- Acoustic Profiles???

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Curt Badry, Jul 7, 2004.

  1. Curt Badry

    Curt Badry Stunt Coordinator

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    Anyone heard of these speakers. The company is no longer in business. A friend of mine has a Pair of towers and center channel. They sound pretty decent. i was just wondering if anyone knows what happened to the company, if someone bought them out?


    thanks.
     
  2. brentl

    brentl Cinematographer

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    I remember them well, but they never seemed to do anything in the the States.

    Good reviews up here, but Ian Marshall almost always gives good reviews.

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  3. SamTsenos

    SamTsenos Auditioning

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    Yes, Acoustic Profiles was owned by Audiosphere and generally have had an excellent line of higher end speakers. A Canadian company based out of Markham. I still have and enjoy a set of Acoustic Profiles speakers in my home theater set up. The sound is easily compared to any audiophiles dream. I would buy my Acoustic Profiles speakers again and again. Angstrom is another company that is worth a look at as they offer great sound.
    Hope this helps.
     
  4. Rivman

    Rivman Auditioning

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    I know this is an old thread, but I also have an older AP PSL-C2 that I use for a rear surround in my present 6.1 HT setup. This speaker was initially used as a centre speaker in my first attempt at 5.1 surround sound, 15+ years ago, and is still working great in its present capacity. I replaced the original 5.1 surround system with a Polk Audio RMS6750 set about 5 years ago and the Acoustic Profile centre speaker fits in great as a single rear in a 6.1 HT setup.
    Like an old 'Timex' . . . it just keeps on ticking !
     

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