The Philips Fidelio Soundbar: The­ Compact and Immersive Cinematic Sound System

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 7

The Philips Fidelio Compact Soundbar­­ is an immersive 5.1 sound framework composed of a one-piece shape factor. The goal of the sound idea is to make a wide sweet spot for tuning in.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 7

On the subwoofer, a bandpass configuration enables the woofer to be sealed and covered up inside the wooden box to accomplish a consistent minimalist design. The position of the box configuration offers a flexible arrangement for either detached or to be set under furniture pieces.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 6

The compact soundbar is an extruded-like form with a low profile to avoid obstruction of the TV screen. The cross-section profile is based on a soft blend between a circle and a square (which we called the ‘squarcle’) which relates to many of our home cinema products. A full piece of steel carbon speaker grill wraps from the front over to the top and folds over the bar.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 5

A visually impaired stumble on the top of the speaker is held for setting 4 control catches in the focal point of the bar. Every one of the 4 catches is topped by an aluminum cover with a jewel slice on the edge to uncover the credible aluminum wrapping up.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 3

On each finish of the bar is topped by a fabric speaker outline which house the calculated side terminating full range drivers. An uncovered LED is put in the power catch to demonstrate the indication when the soundbar is on.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 2

A brushed vinyl in dark color is wrapped the wooden subwoofer box. On the plastic stand, the edge of the side profile is set free to appear differently in relation to a matte finished. The uncovered edge on the bass port is molded in a squared profile with adjusted corners to supplement the thin rectangular wooden speaker box.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 1

The design of the one piece continuous metal grill in the combination of the speaker cloth side cap is to suggest sound beam to all sides. The design intention of creating a blind strip on the top of the sound bar is to visually suggest a separation between the front speaker array and the 2 high-frequency speaker waveguide located on the back side. Both end caps are covered by speaker cloth to be treated as a softer finishing touch in contrast with the solid metal body.

The Philips Fidelio Soundbar 4

The subwoofer is composed with a consistent speaker box with the woofer driver fixed that covered up the inside of the case by applying a bandpass acoustic idea design. A plastic stand is accommodated the unsupported vertical bar. 4 optional rubber feet is offered for placing the sound horizontally under furniture.

Richard Leon Percival

Richard Leon Percival

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