Earthquake Sound proudly introduces its first Reference Bookshelf Speaker, the RBS-52. It is a perfect match for home theater set up or passive studio monitor.
For over one year, Earthquake audio engineers along have worked very hard on designing the RBS-52 to deliver a studio quality sound reproduction along with great aesthetics. Earthquake Sound uses a reinforced wood cabinet that is finished with rounded edges and matte lacquer paint; for those who do not want any obstruction between them and the speakers, Earthquake provides seamless and self-centering magnetic grilles.
Earthquake Sound has always understood the importance of sound quality and enjoyment of the users listening experience; that is why the RBS-52 uses 25mm silk dome tweeters to allow faster response, as well as higher frequency range. The 5.25” mid-bass driver has a low mass rigid carbon fiber cone and a large surround that is glues to the basket using Earthquake’s patented PistonMax™ technology to provide you with 25% more accurate sound pressure levels as well as lower harmonic distortion. Both the mid-bass driver and the tweeter are perfectly managed by an internal passive crossover.
The finely finished matte black cabinet is designed and engineered with the same care and attention to details as every component of the RBS-52. To enhance the low frequency out of a small cabinet, Earthquake Sound added dual round ports on the back of the cabinet to precisely to it to 40Hz.
The RBS-52 is perfect for surround, passive studio monitor or a 2-channel stereo. Click here to learn more about the RBS-52.