This Infinity Primus 5.0 home theater speaker bundle includes two of the P363 Floorstanding Speakers, 2 of the P153 Bookshelf/Satellite Speakers, and a PC351 Center Channel Speaker.
The Infinity Primus® Series – Where Infinity sound begins.
Prepare to raise your expectations. Experience home entertainment at a new level of clarity and realism. From unobtrusive bookshelf systems to dazzlingly powerful home theaters, there’s an Infinity Primus® system that’s right for every purpose and room in your home. Most other speaker systems in the Primus price range sound as if they are spraying their sound at you – tinny, hollow and reproduced – a copy of a copy. With its MMD® transducer technology and seamless component architecture working in unison to eliminate unwanted resonance modes, the Primus P363BK doesn’t spray – it immerses, rolling over the listener with warm, rich sound the way live music does. Pair it with any one of the powerful MMD-equipped floorstanding loudspeakers, subwoofers, and center-channel speakers, and the Infinity Primus P363BK will fill any room with dramatic and well-defined sound. This is where Infinity sound begins, and its well within your reach.
Patented MMD® transducer technology.
Derived from the Infinity patented CMMD® technology, the Metal Matrix Diaphragm™ (MMD) approach continues the Infinity tradition of using advanced materials to improve sonic accuracy. These diaphragms are much stiffer than standard metal diaphragms - by anodizing both sides of an aluminum core, Infinity was able to significantly improve cone performance and outperform cones made of paper, polypropylene or Kevlar® device. By virtue of its extreme rigidity and resistance to resonance, MMD® material is far more than just another diaphragm substance. It is an ideal diaphragm material for the ultimate listening experience. Sound propagates at a higher velocity in metals than in materials such as polymers and papers. Sound will travel through MMD material nearly twice as fast as it will through any other cone material - thus, moving unwanted resonances outside the audible range.