You can find a full introduction to the Aeromax range opposite. They key improvements Aeromax has over the Aero range are:
The BMR drivers we use utilise patented ‘bending wave’ principles normally seen in advanced flat panel speakers combined with pistonic movement (backwards and forwards) like in a traditional speaker design. This difference is demonstrated in the video opposite.
By replacing the traditional tweeter with a BMR (Balanced Mode Radiator) driver, the Aeromax 2 offers a radical difference in audio quality compared to its rivals. Using the BMR shifts the crossover point between tweeter and woofer away from the usual 3kHz, right at the middle of the human ear's most sensitive hearing range, to a less problematic 250Hz. The result is a more natural, immersive and coherent sound.
The 4th generation BMR® driver construction also delivers a more room-filling sound by using horizontal vibration modes for a much wider soundstage. This makes them ideal for modern homes and room layouts where speakers might not end up placed optimally for traditional stereo audio. You can place the Aeromax 2 wherever you want and still get great stereo and surround effects.
As well as offering a more coherent sound at the top end, moving to a 250Hz crossover between BMR® and traditional drivers and subwoofers offers advantages at the bottom end too. Aeromax cone drivers and subwoofers are specifically designed to complement the BMR® drivers - producing cinematic, immersive sound with sumptuous and accurate bass.