Hello AVS forum members. I wanted to clarify a few things about our website as it has raised a few comments here.
Thanks to bigbrother52 for pointing out the link error from the CC5 thumbnail to the CC3B page. You certainly picked the right screen name! We obviously missed that error and should be fixed by the time you read this.
We have begun a process of updating and improving our website that will be an ongoing "project." Our website has not been a top priority until now and I look forward to implementing several changes. Our first big step was to re-code it and repair the foundation. There really weren't many changes to the content, but every single page was rebuilt so the site would be smaller, cleaner, faster, more search engine friendly, and so on. This isn’t really visible to the outside world, but will make changing our site much easier. The next step will be to ensure that all of the information on current products - is well…current. On that point, we will be updating the Model 20T page to a Model 20T V2 page soon. Then we will move on to providing information about upcoming new products like the soon to be released Model 7C and System 2. And last but certainly not least, we will add a section for all of our classic products including the Model 10T.
Rest assured that all of the products on our website are current including the 7B. The Model LR3 was removed from the website as it is no longer being produced and it will be brought back to the website when we add the classic products section mentioned above. The Model LR3 will be replaced by the System 2 LR which shares the same driver compliment as its predecessor but trades cabinet depth for height. This makes the new speaker more appropriate for mounting on a wall next to flat panel or on a bookshelf. They can even be flush mounted in a wall, if there are 2”x6” stud bays and .5+” drywall to work with. There will be a matching center channel, the Model System 2 CC that will also be shallow for wall or bookshelf mounting. The Model CC3B will continue in the line giving people two “small” Aerial center channel options; small face, deep box or large face, shallow box and that decision will obviously depend on the specific application.
I will do my best to make visiting and posting to this thread a part of my daily routine. For those of you who know me from my former company, you know that I value direct consumer interaction very highly and “listen” to all feedback, positive, negative or otherwise. I love what I do and I have had to good fortune to be an integral part of some really special brands in this industry. I bought a pair of Aerial’s more than 15 years ago and have always had a deep admiration of the products and the people. Now I am one of those people and I look forward to sharing my passion for the products with yours and welcoming newcomers to the family.
The “new guy” at Aerial Acoustics