Revel — a division of Harman International — has been a little slow of late in releasing new models, but a corporate re-org gave the brand the resources to pump out all sorts of cool new speakers for CES. The $1,200/pair M105 bookshelf and the $1,000 C205 center (both shown here in white) are part of the updated Performa line. A consultant who specializes in high-end Italian furniture did the finishes; in addition to white, there’s also gloss black, cherry and walnut.
Revel also launched what may be the world’s most advanced subwoofer: the $2,500 B112. The B112 is the first sub I’ve seen that has a switch to optimize it for single-sub or multiple-sub setups. It also offers adjustable crossover frequency and slope, with a high-pass output that tracks the low-pass filter on the sub to give stereo enthusiasts an optimized crossover. Plus it has multiple filters for room EQ, which you can configure through a computer. All models debut in June.
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