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Definitive Technology BP-9020 Bipolar Floor-Standing Speaker With Built-In Powered Subwoofer (Each)

Original price $ 749.00 - Original price $ 749.00
Original price
$ 749.00
$ 749.00 - $ 749.00
Current price $ 749.00
SKU DEFBP9020

 

Definitive Technology BP-9020
Bipolar Floor-Standing Speaker With Built-In Powered Subwoofer (Each)

It's hard to beat the spacious sound of bipolar speakers, especially when you use a pair of Definitive Technology's BP-9020 high-performance towers in the front of your room. The BP-9020 uses a special driver layout with both front- and rear-firing speaker arrays to radiate sound in all directions. It also adds a built-in powered subwoofer to the bottom of the cabinet for intense bass. Even in large rooms, every listener will experience a huge, three-dimensional soundstage with both music and movies. Plus, this speaker's sleek, modern look and cloth grille-wrapped enclosure make it a welcome addition to just about any space.

Product Highlights:

  • Forward Focused Bipolar Array™ technology for lifelike imaging and greater speaker placement flexibility
  • Built-in powered subwoofer with volume control
  • Intelligent Bass Control provides precise bass level adjustments while maintaining accurate midrange tonal balance
  • Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X™ ready with optional Definitive Technology A90 add-on speaker module (sold separately)
  • Built-in docking port with speaker connector plug for A90 module under removable aluminum top plate
  • Balanced Dual Surround System (BDSS) driver technology places rubber surrounds on both the outer and inner edges of each speaker cone for improved control and clarity
  • Front speaker array: dual 3-1/2" BDSS midrange drivers and 1" annealed aluminum dome tweeter with silk surround for smooth, extended highs
  • Rear speaker array: one 3-1/2" BDSS midrange
  • 8" subwoofer with built-in 150-watt Class D amplifier
  • Bass-reflex (slot ported) cabinet design
  • Frequency response: 28-40,000 Hz
  • Recommended amplifier power: 50-200 watts
  • Sensitivity: 92 dB
  • Impedance: compatible with 8-ohm outputs
  • Cloth grille-wrapped enclosure with anodized aluminum top plate
  • Cast aluminum base plate with adjustable knurled carpet spikes and floor glides (for placement on hardwood and other hard surface floors)
  • Two sets of 5-way binding posts (one set dedicated for optional A90 Dolby Atmos add-on module)
  • LFE line-level input (optional) for subwoofer
  • Speaker-level-only connections recommended for optimum performance
  • LED illuminated front "D" logo (with rear-panel defeat switch)
  • 11"W x 35-1/2"H x 13"D (with included base plate)
  • Warranty: 5 years speakers, 3 years electronics
  • Our 30-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # IEDA-A

Powerful bass built right in
At the base of the speaker is an 8" side-firing subwoofer, powered by a built-in 150-watt amplifier. It delivers deep, precise bass that eliminates the need for an external sub. And because a subwoofer is built into the cabinet, bass output is already perfectly blended with the mids and the highs. All you have to do is set the bass volume to match your room and taste, then sit back and enjoy your music and movie soundtracks.

Aluminum Dome Tweeter

The BP9020 tower loudspeaker features one 1" aluminum dome tweeter for crystal clear highs that bring the most demanding audio soundtracks to life. The Definitive Technology tweeter is designed to play higher in frequency than what is heard by the human ear, creating an authentic reproduction of sound as the artist intends in the studio or concert hall.

BDSS (2nd Gen) Drivers

The Definitive Technology BP9020 employs three 3.5" midrange/midbass cone woofers (two on front/one on back) with patented Balanced Double Surround System (BDSS) technology (2nd generation). BDSS technology improves driver excursion which results in the selected driver producing bass output usually associated with a larger driver, while retaining the improved dispersion and midrange definition of a smaller driver.