Monolith THX-265B Enceinte de Bibliothèque Certifiée THX Select Compatible Dolby Atmos (Chacune)

Monolith THX-265B Enceinte de Bibliothèque Certifiée THX Select Compatible Dolby Atmos (Chacune)

  • Woofer haute excursion. Milieu de gamme Silk Dome. Tweeter à dôme en soie. Le THX-265B dispose d'un woofer de 6,5 "et d'un tweeter à dôme en soie de 1".
  • Réseau de crossover de précision: La série d'enceintes THX est dotée de filtres acoustiques de réseau de croisement Linkwitz-Riley de quatrième ordre soigneusement sélectionnés.
  • Panneau de fibres de bois haute densité. Poteaux de reliure de haute qualité. Grille magnétique. Chaque enceinte est construite en HDF.
  • Atmos activé. Atteignez de nouvelles hauteurs multicanaux. Le THX-2658 possède un pilote intégré compatible Dolby Atmos qui est: compatible avec tous les processeurs ou récepteurs Dolby Atmos et DTS: X.
  • Haut-parleur de graves principal: cône en pulpe à fibres longues de 6,5 po avec contour en caoutchouc nitrile butadiène (NBR) optimisé FEA et anneau de court-circuit en aluminium
  • UGS du produit 134190
Disponible: En stock
€284.99
variant title - Default Title

 

THX-365B

 



La série d'enceintes THX a été conçue pour offrir le plus haut niveau de précision et reproduire toute la dynamique et les détails des meilleures bandes son et musiques utilisées en home cinéma. Chaque enceinte a été certifiée THX, ce qui garantit une réponse en fréquence et une dispersion optimales ainsi qu'une faible distorsion. La certification THX garantit que le son de l'enceinte est conforme à l'intention de l'ingénieur du son. Le THX-265B est doté d'une membrane activée par ATMOS pour tirer parti des bandes sonores modernes des films actuels. Des enceintes haut de gamme, la certification THX, un réseau de filtres sophistiqué et un caisson HDF vous garantissent un son home cinema dynamique, détaillé et immersif comme vous n'en avez jamais vu.

 

 

THX-365BTHX-365BTHX-365B

 



MEMBRANE PREMIUM

Woofer d'excursion. Dôme en soie pour médiums. Tweeter à dôme de soie.

Doté de membranes soigneusement sélectionnées qui offrent une réponse neutre en écoute, le THX-265B dispose d'un woofer de 16,51 cm et d'un tweeter à dôme de soie de 2,54 cm. Le woofer d'excursion de 16,51 cm est doté d'un cône à fibres longues, d'un entourage en NBR et d'anneaux court-circuit pour maintenir la distorsion au minimum. La conception combinée des membranes permet à l'enceinte d'atteindre des hauteurs sonores et de fournir un son précis obtenir pour le meilleur de la dynamique et des détails du home cinéma.


 

 

THX-365B

 



SYSTÈME DE CROSSOVER DE PRÉCISION

Les enceintes de la série THX sont équipées de filtres acoustiques de filtres actifs Linkwitz-Riley de quatrième ordre soigneusement sélectionnés. Ce crossover sophistiqué minimise le chevauchement des fréquences soniques, réduit la distorsion et constitue un excellent choix pour minimiser les erreurs de réponse hors axe à proximité de la fréquence de crossover. 

CAISSON DE PREMIÈRE QUALITÉ

Panneau de fibres à haute densité. Borne de connexion de haute qualité. Grille magnétique.

Chaque enceinte est fabriquée en HDF, et non en MDF. Le HDF est mieux isolé que le MDF, ce qui donne une enceinte inerte au niveau sonore. Des renforts internes ont été placés stratégiquement à l'intérieur pour limiter les résonances indésirables du caisson qui pourraient colorer le son. Chaque enceinte est équipée de deux bornes de haute qualité, une pour le pilote ATMOS et une pour le fonctionnement normal de l'enceinte.


 

 

THX-365BTHX-365BTHX-365B





Fichiers de support:



Monolith™ et le logo Monolith sont des marques commerciales de Monoprice Inc.

THX® et le logo THX sont des marques commerciales de THX Ltd, déposées aux États-Unis et dans d'autres pays.

Dolby®, Dolby Atmos® et le symbole du double D sont des marques déposées de Dolby Laboratories.

DTS®, DTS:X®, le symbole, et DTS et le symbole ensemble sont des marques déposées de DTS, Inc.

Au bout de combien de temps vais-je recevoir ma commande ?

Après que votre commande a été placée, l'expédition est effectuée sous 3 à 4 jours ouvrés.

Quel montant dois-je payer pour les frais d'expédition ?

Livraison gratuite à partir de 30€.

Quelle est votre politique de retour ?

Vous pouvez nous retourner vos articles sous 14 jours sans raison particulière. Les articles retournés doivent être dans leur condition d'origine.

Comment fonctionne le retour ?

Si votre article ne vous convient pas, vous pouvez nous le retourner sous une période de 14 jours suivant la livraison. Veuillez nous contacter à eusupport@monoprice.com pour recevoir votre étiquette de retour gratuite. Veuillez imprimer l'étiquette de retour, la coller avec soin sur le paquet scellé puis retourner le paquet auprès de votre bureau de poste local. Merci de conserver soigneusement le document qui comporte le numéro de suivi.

Derniers articles vus

Audio

Bestsellers

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
50%
(2)
50%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Russell P.
What's not to like Amazing period.... incredible value

These speakers are quality. At first I only bought the THX 365 T and 365C thinking my current rear atmos speakers would be sufficient. I was so blown away by the 365 T and 365 C that I ordered these a week later.I've been looking at the monolith speakers and magazine and web reviews for about a year and when black Friday came around I took the plunge.Running this 5.1.4 system with a pioneer Elite VSX- LX503 AVR I couldn't be more happy.The other system I was considering would've cost me 30% more for a front LR and center without the atoms speakers on the front LR. Paired with the 365T and 365C this is a incredible sounding system that is a extremely high valve even at the regular price, the black Friday deal made it a no brainer.Thank you monoprice. Please continue making the excellent monolith products.If I could afford to I would replace the rest of my system with your great processor and amps.Maybe one of these days.

G
Guest G.
Great!

Great! Solid. Smooth. Wonderful sound at a variety of volumes. Atmos is a bonus

T
Taylor S.
At this price, slap yourself if you haven't already bought them!

Ahhh no, the little guys haven?t gotten any love yet? I actually wish they had, as I think most people would rate these as a 5 star product, and I hate to bring the rating down with a measly 4. Honestly, I feel like they should be more like 4.5 than a 4. I also want to caveat that I?m rating these vs. the other THX Monolith speakers and subwoofers which are rated at THX Ultra rather than Select (which is the rating for these speakers). And, my room is not ?ǣSelect?ǥ sized?it?s Ultra sized. Furthermore, all of those other speakers have an additional woofer and a midrange speaker. As such, there?s going to be a bit of a difference here.Here are my gripes: (a) I missed the huge sale going on now (price match policy is 7 days and I was just outside that window), and (b) there is a tonal difference vs. the mini towers. That?s it. In my setup, the ideal location for my surrounds is at a stud, so I was able to mount the big boy mini towers. For the rear surrounds I only had drywall that I could secure my mounts to. Though I have fancy drywall fasteners rated for ridiculous amounts of weight, I?m still skeptical and these weigh quite a bit less than the mini towers. Plus, your rear surround doesn?t (generally speaking) get the same level of use or the same types of sounds as your other speakers?so they can be a bit mismatched vs. the rest of the system. With those considerations in mind, I went with these for the rears. As mentioned there?s a physical difference here in that it?s a 2 way rather than a 3 way speaker design?these actually have 2 fewer speakers than the mini towers. When calibrating my speakers the sound was pretty much identical around my room until you got to these, and they sounded (as expected) just a little less full. But, that?s just when you?re sending the exact signal to all speakers (i.e. calibrating or stereo mode). For how I?m using them you?d never hear a difference. Clear? Check. Loud? Check. Rich? Check. All other subjective terms that I can make up? Check. I wouldn?t hesitate to build an entire system off of these. Because of their size, you really could, and--assuming you?re not in a really big room?they will knock your socks off. In the right sized room, one of the THX center channels, 4 of these, and a 10?ǥ or 12?ǥ Monolith sub and you?d have an amazing 5.1 system (not even considering the extra Dolby speakers up top?is that 5.1.4 at that point?). And, all of that could be had for under $2,000. Can you even buy a single THX speaker from another brand at that price? That said, I didn?t catch the amazing sale, and so I paid about $75 each more than they?re listed now (which was $25 less than what I paid for the center channels). For me, not yet utilizing Dolby in my room (and thus the additional speaker up top isn?t yet providing me value), that?s too close in price to the center channel for the difference in performance. Let?s be clear though, that?s not to say that these speakers are not worth what I paid for them and then some. It?s just an oddity resulting from a company pumping out amazing products at unbelievable prices, and not catching the sale!

T
Taylor S.
At this price, slap yourself if you haven't already bought them!

Ahhh no, the little guys haven’t gotten any love yet? I actually wish they had, as I think most people would rate these as a 5 star product, and I hate to bring the rating down with a measly 4. Honestly, I feel like they should be more like 4.5 than a 4. I also want to caveat that I’m rating these vs. the other THX Monolith speakers and subwoofers which are rated at THX Ultra rather than Select (which is the rating for these speakers). And, my room is not “Select” sized—it’s Ultra sized. Furthermore, all of those other speakers have an additional woofer and a midrange speaker. As such, there’s going to be a bit of a difference here.Here are my gripes: (a) I missed the huge sale going on now (price match policy is 7 days and I was just outside that window), and (b) there is a tonal difference vs. the mini towers. That’s it. In my setup, the ideal location for my surrounds is at a stud, so I was able to mount the big boy mini towers. For the rear surrounds I only had drywall that I could secure my mounts to. Though I have fancy drywall fasteners rated for ridiculous amounts of weight, I’m still skeptical and these weigh quite a bit less than the mini towers. Plus, your rear surround doesn’t (generally speaking) get the same level of use or the same types of sounds as your other speakers—so they can be a bit mismatched vs. the rest of the system. With those considerations in mind, I went with these for the rears. As mentioned there’s a physical difference here in that it’s a 2 way rather than a 3 way speaker design—these actually have 2 fewer speakers than the mini towers. When calibrating my speakers the sound was pretty much identical around my room until you got to these, and they sounded (as expected) just a little less full. But, that’s just when you’re sending the exact signal to all speakers (i.e. calibrating or stereo mode). For how I’m using them you’d never hear a difference. Clear? Check. Loud? Check. Rich? Check. All other subjective terms that I can make up? Check. I wouldn’t hesitate to build an entire system off of these. Because of their size, you really could, and--assuming you’re not in a really big room—they will knock your socks off. In the right sized room, one of the THX center channels, 4 of these, and a 10” or 12” Monolith sub and you’d have an amazing 5.1 system (not even considering the extra Dolby speakers up top—is that 5.1.4 at that point?). And, all of that could be had for under $2,000. Can you even buy a single THX speaker from another brand at that price? That said, I didn’t catch the amazing sale, and so I paid about $75 each more than they’re listed now (which was $25 less than what I paid for the center channels). For me, not yet utilizing Dolby in my room (and thus the additional speaker up top isn’t yet providing me value), that’s too close in price to the center channel for the difference in performance. Let’s be clear though, that’s not to say that these speakers are not worth what I paid for them and then some. It’s just an oddity resulting from a company pumping out amazing products at unbelievable prices, and not catching the sale!

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
50%
(2)
50%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Russell P.
What's not to like Amazing period.... incredible value

These speakers are quality. At first I only bought the THX 365 T and 365C thinking my current rear atmos speakers would be sufficient. I was so blown away by the 365 T and 365 C that I ordered these a week later.I've been looking at the monolith speakers and magazine and web reviews for about a year and when black Friday came around I took the plunge.Running this 5.1.4 system with a pioneer Elite VSX- LX503 AVR I couldn't be more happy.The other system I was considering would've cost me 30% more for a front LR and center without the atoms speakers on the front LR. Paired with the 365T and 365C this is a incredible sounding system that is a extremely high valve even at the regular price, the black Friday deal made it a no brainer.Thank you monoprice. Please continue making the excellent monolith products.If I could afford to I would replace the rest of my system with your great processor and amps.Maybe one of these days.

G
Guest G.
Great!

Great! Solid. Smooth. Wonderful sound at a variety of volumes. Atmos is a bonus

T
Taylor S.
At this price, slap yourself if you haven't already bought them!

Ahhh no, the little guys haven?t gotten any love yet? I actually wish they had, as I think most people would rate these as a 5 star product, and I hate to bring the rating down with a measly 4. Honestly, I feel like they should be more like 4.5 than a 4. I also want to caveat that I?m rating these vs. the other THX Monolith speakers and subwoofers which are rated at THX Ultra rather than Select (which is the rating for these speakers). And, my room is not ?ǣSelect?ǥ sized?it?s Ultra sized. Furthermore, all of those other speakers have an additional woofer and a midrange speaker. As such, there?s going to be a bit of a difference here.Here are my gripes: (a) I missed the huge sale going on now (price match policy is 7 days and I was just outside that window), and (b) there is a tonal difference vs. the mini towers. That?s it. In my setup, the ideal location for my surrounds is at a stud, so I was able to mount the big boy mini towers. For the rear surrounds I only had drywall that I could secure my mounts to. Though I have fancy drywall fasteners rated for ridiculous amounts of weight, I?m still skeptical and these weigh quite a bit less than the mini towers. Plus, your rear surround doesn?t (generally speaking) get the same level of use or the same types of sounds as your other speakers?so they can be a bit mismatched vs. the rest of the system. With those considerations in mind, I went with these for the rears. As mentioned there?s a physical difference here in that it?s a 2 way rather than a 3 way speaker design?these actually have 2 fewer speakers than the mini towers. When calibrating my speakers the sound was pretty much identical around my room until you got to these, and they sounded (as expected) just a little less full. But, that?s just when you?re sending the exact signal to all speakers (i.e. calibrating or stereo mode). For how I?m using them you?d never hear a difference. Clear? Check. Loud? Check. Rich? Check. All other subjective terms that I can make up? Check. I wouldn?t hesitate to build an entire system off of these. Because of their size, you really could, and--assuming you?re not in a really big room?they will knock your socks off. In the right sized room, one of the THX center channels, 4 of these, and a 10?ǥ or 12?ǥ Monolith sub and you?d have an amazing 5.1 system (not even considering the extra Dolby speakers up top?is that 5.1.4 at that point?). And, all of that could be had for under $2,000. Can you even buy a single THX speaker from another brand at that price? That said, I didn?t catch the amazing sale, and so I paid about $75 each more than they?re listed now (which was $25 less than what I paid for the center channels). For me, not yet utilizing Dolby in my room (and thus the additional speaker up top isn?t yet providing me value), that?s too close in price to the center channel for the difference in performance. Let?s be clear though, that?s not to say that these speakers are not worth what I paid for them and then some. It?s just an oddity resulting from a company pumping out amazing products at unbelievable prices, and not catching the sale!

T
Taylor S.
At this price, slap yourself if you haven't already bought them!

Ahhh no, the little guys haven’t gotten any love yet? I actually wish they had, as I think most people would rate these as a 5 star product, and I hate to bring the rating down with a measly 4. Honestly, I feel like they should be more like 4.5 than a 4. I also want to caveat that I’m rating these vs. the other THX Monolith speakers and subwoofers which are rated at THX Ultra rather than Select (which is the rating for these speakers). And, my room is not “Select” sized—it’s Ultra sized. Furthermore, all of those other speakers have an additional woofer and a midrange speaker. As such, there’s going to be a bit of a difference here.Here are my gripes: (a) I missed the huge sale going on now (price match policy is 7 days and I was just outside that window), and (b) there is a tonal difference vs. the mini towers. That’s it. In my setup, the ideal location for my surrounds is at a stud, so I was able to mount the big boy mini towers. For the rear surrounds I only had drywall that I could secure my mounts to. Though I have fancy drywall fasteners rated for ridiculous amounts of weight, I’m still skeptical and these weigh quite a bit less than the mini towers. Plus, your rear surround doesn’t (generally speaking) get the same level of use or the same types of sounds as your other speakers—so they can be a bit mismatched vs. the rest of the system. With those considerations in mind, I went with these for the rears. As mentioned there’s a physical difference here in that it’s a 2 way rather than a 3 way speaker design—these actually have 2 fewer speakers than the mini towers. When calibrating my speakers the sound was pretty much identical around my room until you got to these, and they sounded (as expected) just a little less full. But, that’s just when you’re sending the exact signal to all speakers (i.e. calibrating or stereo mode). For how I’m using them you’d never hear a difference. Clear? Check. Loud? Check. Rich? Check. All other subjective terms that I can make up? Check. I wouldn’t hesitate to build an entire system off of these. Because of their size, you really could, and--assuming you’re not in a really big room—they will knock your socks off. In the right sized room, one of the THX center channels, 4 of these, and a 10” or 12” Monolith sub and you’d have an amazing 5.1 system (not even considering the extra Dolby speakers up top—is that 5.1.4 at that point?). And, all of that could be had for under $2,000. Can you even buy a single THX speaker from another brand at that price? That said, I didn’t catch the amazing sale, and so I paid about $75 each more than they’re listed now (which was $25 less than what I paid for the center channels). For me, not yet utilizing Dolby in my room (and thus the additional speaker up top isn’t yet providing me value), that’s too close in price to the center channel for the difference in performance. Let’s be clear though, that’s not to say that these speakers are not worth what I paid for them and then some. It’s just an oddity resulting from a company pumping out amazing products at unbelievable prices, and not catching the sale!