We've done a bunch of sound bars, but not one like this. The Outlaw Audio OSB-1 uses the H-PAS technology we first saw demoed in a trade show booth back in 2009. H-PAS, which stands for Hybrid Pressure Acceleration System, is essentially a proprietary cocktail of several speaker technologies - it's bass reflex meets inverse horn meets transmission line... Using a unique cabinet design, these technologies are more or less cascaded one to another to pressurize and accelerate low frequencies. The final result is that an H-PAS design can deliver extended deep bass with low distortion in a way that you'd think just shouldn't work. But it does.
Discuss "Outlaw Audio OSB-1 Sound Bar with H-PAS Video Review" here. Read the article.
It looks interesting - however, that looks to be mainly an
Atlantic Technology design.
Who and Where - is the Way, the Truth and the Life?
Speakers > Boston VS 260, Snell K7, Boston E60,
Pioneer BS22, Cambridge S30 (modified)
Receiver > Denon 791, Pioneer Elite VSX30