Syzygy Acoustics announces a new line of high-performance wireless subwoofers with smartphone control and full auto-EQ/digital room correction in the $399-$999 price range (U.S.). “I’m really excited to bring to market our marriage of traditional high-fidelity powered subwoofers with tremendous audio performance and cutting-edge 21st century technologies, delivering real-world benefits,” says Paul Egan, president PTG (Princeton Technologies Global, LLC).
All Syzygyy woofers feature app control (iOS and Android) for easy setup and notably full auto-equalization and DSP room correction to ensure ruler-flat response and seamless integration, heedless of room size or placement. Up to eight Syzygy subwoofers can be paired with a single transmitter. All models are designed to operate in either front-firing or down-firing configurations.
Syzygy, by definition, is the relationship of two forces or things. In astronomy, it’s the alignment of three celestial bodies or planets. For Syzygy Acoustics, it’s all about the harmony of advanced technology, high-performance audio, and a passion for great sound. On this premise alone, Syzygy Acoustics was founded by Egan and a team of like-minded audio luminaries with a mandate to design and market traditional high-performance/high-fidelity audio components, framed with contemporary 21st century media and operational technologies.
On the traditional audio side, a holistic approach was taken in particular for driver design. Developed from the ground up by Ian Paisley, the groundbreaking acoustics engineer best known for his pioneering work in the field of psychoacoustics at Canada’s National Research Center and later on as the VP of Engineering for Audio Products International, Paisley was given a clean slate to develop a no-compromise design. The result is said to be subwoofers that reach down deep, have pace and tonality consistent with designs may times their price, and, in concert with best in class amplification and the aforementioned cutting-edge room correction and wireless connectivity, the ability to “play nicely” with limitless arrays of A/V systems in even the most challenging rooms.