Aperion’s SLIMstage30 Soundbar is Simple but Customizable

Posted Fri Apr 16, 2010 at 09:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery

And as the name implies, it’s nice and thin to match your wall mounted HDTV.

Sound bars have, in the past, mainly been marketed to the same crowd that picks up HTiBs. They’re usually pretty simple and don’t offer much in the way of options. Plug in the soundbar and you’re done. It just sort of takes over.

Aperion’s new SLIMstage30 gives you a bit more. “Audio enthusiasts also want the ability to 'tweak' the system for optimal sound in their home,” says marketing VP Ed de la Fuente. “After giving them an accurate starting point, we made sure to include that functionality as well”

For starters, the SLIMstage30 isn’t just limited to one input. It can accept standard RCA cables as well as digital coax and digital optical signals. It’s also got outputs for rear speakers and a subwoofer, in case you want to expand your sound.

You can pick up the SLIMstage30 for $599 on its own, or paired up with the Aperion Bravus 8A Subwooferfor $799.

Source: Aperion

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