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Aperion Audio 10th Anniversary $1999 5.1 Loudspeaker System Contest Giveaway

by July 28, 2010
Aperion 10th

Aperion 10th

Aperion Audio celebrates their 10th Anniversary by not only discounting their popular Intimus 5.1 system from $2,769 to $1,999 for the entire month of July but also by giving away this very same Intimus 5.1 Loudspeaker System for FREE to one lucky Audioholics reader.  You've read great professional and consumer reviews of Aperion Audio products.  Now is your chance to actually own a full fledged Intimus 5.1 home theater system (valued at $2,769) at no out of pocket cost to you.  

Enter to Win NOW!

Aperion 5.1Features of Aperion 10th Anniversary Home Theater System Giveaway include:


Front Speakers: 2 Intimus 6B Bookshelf Speaker

  • Dimensions: 15" H x 8.3" W x 12.8" D

  • Frequency Response(+/- 3dB): 48-20,000 Hz -- (+/- 6dB) 42-22,000 Hz

  • Sensitivity: 82 dB

  • Driver Configuration: 2-Way


Center Channel: 1 Intimus 6C Center Channel Speaker

  • Dimensions: 8.5" H x 25" W x 11" D

  • Frequency Response(+/- 3dB): 55-20,000 Hz -- (+/- 6dB) 50-22,000 Hz

  • Sensitivity: 87 dB

  • Driver Configuration: 3-Way


Surrounds: 2 Intimus 5DB Dipole/Bipole Surround Speaker

  • Dimensions11.75" H x 10.6" W x 7.5" D

  • Frequency Response: 100Hz to 20,000Hz

  • Sensitivity: 86dB

  • Driver Configuration: 2-Way


Subwoofer: 1 Bravus 10D - Dual Driver Powered Subwoofer

  • Dimensions: 15"H x 13.5" W x 13.5" D (with feet attached)

  • Frequency Response: (-3dB) 30Hz - 180Hz, (-6dB) 26Hz – 180Hz

  • Driver Configuration: Dual Active Drivers


To be eligible to win, you must:


So what are you waiting for? 

Enter the Aperion Audio Contest Giveway NOW and win BIG!

 

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gene posts on August 01, 2010 00:26
This contest is now officially over. The winner will be announced shortly. Thanks for participating.

Update: 08/06/2010

Congratulations to: John Strauss (aka. psu80) for winning this contest.
jzh posts on July 31, 2010 22:33
1) What are your home theater system components, including manufacturers and finishes / colors?
  1. Amp/Receiver: Yamaha HTR-5590
  2. Speakers: EMP EF30 Series 7.1 Package, EMP EF30 Series 5.1 Package
  3. Sub(s): EMP E10s Powered Subwoofer
  4. Sources: Oppo DV-980H, Toshiba HD-A3 HD-DVD, ASUS O!Play HDP-R1 HD Media Player
  5. AV furniture: TV Stand
  6. Other
: Samsung 50" Plasma, APC H15 Power Conditioner/Monster Power Reference PowerCenter HTS 3500 MKII

2) What would you change in your home theater system?
Better source and amp.
3) What would you upgrade 1st in your home theater system?
Amp./Receiver
4) When you chose your speaker system, how important was it that the subwoofer finish color matched the rest of your system? Scale: 1–10 (1= Didn’t matter at all, 10 = Had to match finish color). Please explain.
I would rate it at 5, but the quality, price and sound are more improtant.
upyourkilt posts on July 31, 2010 17:46
1) What are your home theater system components, including manufacturers and finishes / colors?

1. Axiom A1400-8 Amp Black, Integra DTC 9.8 Pre/Pro in Black
2. Axiom Epic 80 7.2 system in high gloss cherry veneer
3. 2-Axiom EP500 in high gloss cherry veneer
4. Oppo BP83 in black, Monster 5500 power conditioner in black, sony PS3
5. Ethan Allen entertainment cabinet in solid Cherry wood
6. 60" Pioneer elite kuro black



2) What would you change in your home theater system?
More energy efficient television
3) What would you upgrade 1st in your home theater system?
Television
4) When you chose your speaker system, how important was it that the subwoofer finish color matched the rest of your system? Scale: 1–10 (1= Didn’t matter at all, 10 = Had to match finish color). Please explain.
I would rate it at 7. It is important but not as much as quality, price and sound.
BigDaddy posts on July 31, 2010 17:33
1) What are your home theater system components, including manufacturers and finishes / colors?
Amp/Receiver: NAD 763, charcoal colored
Speakers: LR speakers are 25 year old JBL bookshelf cheapo's bought in a big box store, bad brown wood veneer peeling off the sides. Center and surrounds are made by Sony and also purchased “open box” discount from a big box store about 25 years ago. They are black with no wood grain at all.
Sub(s): 12 year old Energy 15" sub permanently borrowed from a neighbor, black wood veneer
Sources: Tivo Series 2, home-built HTPC (soon), DVD
AV furniture: Pottery Barn Rhys TV stand, black
Other: Panasonic 50" plasma

2) What would you change in your home theater system? Everything! Seriously. It's all outdated, except maybe the sub, or substandard for my room, and bought on the cheap. Biggest needs are the Receiver and Speakers.

3) What would you upgrade 1st in your home theater system? Speakers, hands down. We are about to start remodeling the living room and need new speakers that fit the room, can either be mounted or put on stands, and sound great.

4) When you chose your speaker system, how important was it that the subwoofer finish color matched the rest of your system? Scale: 1–10 (1= Didn’t matter at all, 10 = Had to match finish color). Please explain.
My current setup was not purchased together, so nothing matches and it looks like crap. The sub is a black wood grain, and the LR bookshelf speakers are medium-brown sitting on top of homemade stands that are dark brown. The center and surrounds are plain black and old.

However, when I remodel (a process starting soon), it's extremely important (“9”) that all all the speakers match each other and come from the same company. This way they sound tonally alike and look well together. My wife insists on this, and I agree. It would be great if they closely match the furniture, but there are other wood tones in our room that may look just as good to match the speakers with. So matching is extremely important, but since the rest of the system is going out the door the options are open.
GranteedEV posts on July 31, 2010 14:54
1) What are your home theater system components, including manufacturers and finishes / colors?
Amp/Receiver- Marantz 6003, Black/ Aluminum
Speakers- 2 Ancient Sony Towers my parents bought when i was a kid =( in a black wood finish with grills on. PLANNING on some more black bookshelves, not sure which ones.
Sub(s)- Don't have one yet =( Going to get an SVS PC12 in Black
Sources- Sony Playstation 3, Black
AV furniture- TV Stand = Black
Other- Panasonic THZ 85-U, Black/ Aluminum; Nintendo Wii - White (the black one came out recently and looks amazing =( )

2) What would you change in your home theater system? Would get a taller TV stand so a bookshelf center can sit at ear level. And uh.. go from 2.0 to 7.2

3) What would you upgrade 1st in your home theater system? I would… add 4 bookshelves, a center, and 2 subs? LOL. In terms of sound i'd want something with much improved imaging, detail, and flat frequency response - it would make gaming and movies way better. I'm not much of a loudspeaker- music listener (my audio technica ATH-M50s are all the music listening I want) so my emphasis would be on making movies jaw-dropping. Right now my mere two towers can get decently loud, but there's definite distortion at higher volumes and while they have passable bass, it's clearly not the same as a dedicated subwoofer giving undistorted, tight response.

4) When you chose your speaker system, how important was it that the subwoofer finish color matched the rest of your system? In a way it's important especially since it's always nice to have afew pieces with a nice finish (black does get boring), but the thing about a sub is that because it's may often be pretty big, you can often disguise one as a wooden endtable. I think when I do buy subs and speakers, i'll probably get the same colour. It's not the end-all-be-all though… i could care less how my home theatre looks in the darkness during a movie after all.

P.S. (yes I have residence in U.S.A. although i'm in canada atm)
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