The Port City Wave cabinet is constructed with a 5-inch wide, 45-degree angle sound deflecting rear panel.
This panel is dadoed on both sides of the cabinet for support. Internal sound waves are projected from the back of the speaker down to the bottom of the cabinet where another 45-degree panel projects sound waves towards the front of the cabinet.
A 1-1/2 inch angled port runs the width of the cabinet and projects these sound waves out towards you. (Made of 13 ply void free Baltic birch.)
This design "results in a much more responsive and louder cabinet," according to Port City Amps.
The tone produced from the Wave cabinet is designed to be smooth, even, focused and clear. It is not designed to boost or cut any certain frequencies. It is designed to harness the sound the speaker produces.
Retail cost: $525.
For more information, visit their web site at www.portcityamps.com.
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