Aperion Intimus 4T Summit Wireless 5.1 Home Theater System - Price & Review

Finally, a wireless, audiophile-grade home theater system that doesn't need a receiver!

Up until now, wireless home theater speaker systems have been difficult to set up, or haven’t had the quality of sound that we crave. It comes with audiophile-friendly uncompressed streaming and ingenious sweet-spot technology.

Aperion uses the same high-speed frequencies as radar systems to stream audio. Each individually powered speaker houses multiple amps and crossovers. Place the speakers wherever you want and a hub unit (not shown) auto-calibrates it all. Then hit the MyZone button on the remote and the sweet spot shifts to wherever you’re sitting.

It costs - $2,499.00

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