The Indiana Line bookshelf speakers are compact high-class models that perfectly complement the brand's product range. They can be placed on a wall unit, TV cabinet or special floor bases available from various manufacturers of loudspeaker accessories. These types of models, depending on the sound possibilities, will work as an alternative to floorstanding loudspeakers in a hi-fi system or as effect speakers in a home theater system and a home theater room, ensuring high sound quality and a wide frequency range. All Indiana Line bookshelf models use a bass reflex cabinet – depending on the model, the tunnel port is located at the front or at the back of the loudspeaker, which allows for a powerful sound also in the bass.
The Indiana Line center speakers are an indispensable element of home theatre speakers, complementing the product range of the Italian brand. They have been specially optimized for realistic and detailed speech signal reproduction, which translates, among others, into high sound quality, and above all, better intelligibility of film dialogues or the voice of the lector. Like the Indiana Line floorstanding and bookshelf speakers, the center speakers are also models that are characterized by high-class, solid workmanship and a wide frequency response. Depending on the Indiana Line series the loudspeaker comes from, its construction uses slightly different drivers (tweeter and woofer). Each Indiana Line center speaker is a design with an amplifier load impedance of 4 to 8 ohms. Moreover, each Indiana Line center speaker is two-way and uses a back firing bass reflex port. So it can be placed a bit closer to the wall in order to enhance the bass processing of the home theater system.
The Indiana Line floorstanding loudspeakers are solidly made models. The floorstanding loudspeakers are perfect for virtually any loudspeaker system, both in stereo hi-fi systems installed in rooms of up to 25 m2, and for home theatre (as front speakers for a system installed in a home theatre room). Indiana Line loudspeakers use technical solutions that effectively eliminate resonances that may negatively influence the sound quality and allow you to get deep bass. High class three or two-and-a-half-way floorstanding speakers are available with a solid woofer. Each Indiana Line floorstanding loudspeaker has a bass reflex cabinet – most have a tunnel port at the front of the speaker, but there is also a floorstanding model with a back firing bass reflex port (Tesi 661) and a model with a base port (Diva 660). Depending on the size of the listening room, you can choose floorstanding loudspeakers best suited to it.
The models available in the Indiana Line offer are active subwoofers, i.e. integrated with a properly matched amplifier. They enrich the high-class Indiana Line product range and stand out for their universal and timeless design. They are a perfect complement to loudspeakers, which can include floorstanding or bookshelf speakers. Depending on the subwoofer model, the class of the gain circuit used is different. We have here the AB class (Indiana Line Basso 840) and the D class (Indiana Line Basso 880). The subwoofers are equipped with an extensive control section that allows you to adjust the sound to the room and the audio system used, and thus increase the pleasure of listening to music. By using such an active subwoofer, we can provide high quality sound reproduced by a home theater system or in stereo sets, and above all, improve the quality of low frequencies, guaranteeing deep bass. Indiana Line subwoofers will be useful wherever it is necessary to enrich the sound with the bass. They are equipped with an extensive control section with adjustable cut-off and gain frequencies and a phase switch. The woofer both in the Indiana Line Basso 880 and the Indiana Line Basso 840 has a diameter of 275 mm. It is directed downwards, which increases the area in which we can place the active subwoofer.
Indiana Line installation speakers are constructions that have been designed to amplify various types of rooms. Their universal style and timeless design allow them to match into any interior design. They will work well not only at home, e.g. for a living room sound system, but also in public facilities such as restaurants and shops. The Indiana Line installation speakers (also known as mounted speakers) can be an element of a stereo system, home theater (primarily as effect speakers supporting floorstanding models), as well as multi-room installations. These loudspeakers include wall-mounted loudspeakers as well as ceiling and built-in loudspeakers. Clear sound, whether it's a ceiling or wall-mounted speaker, is what Indiana Line is famous for as a producer. Installation loudspeakers perfectly complement the product range of high-class loudspeakers (with high sound quality) for home use. They can also be used in public utility buildings.