The three-way speaker series is set to launch in February.
"We worked to produce uncolored, authentic sound in a small form-factor speaker," says Aperion's lead speaker designer Ken Humphries, "by achieving a flat frequency response, a power response that slowly and evenly rolls off toward the highs and the lowest possible distortion."
Like the Verus Grand series, Verus Forte speakers use the Aperion Sync Driver in the center channel, combining a woofer and the Axially Stabilized Radiator (ASR) tweeter. This allows the tweeter to add a bit of support and improve the mid-high frequencies.
The Verus Forte tower sports a one-inch ASR tweeter, a 4.25-inch mid-range driver and a pair of 4.25-inch woofers. You'll be able to pick it up for $990 a pair. The Forte Center will run $350, while the bookshelf speakers will sell for $350 a pair when the line launches on February 22.