Paradigm Cinema 100 2.0 - Speaker pair

Paradigm Cinema 100 2.0 - Speaker pair


2-driver, 2-way acoustic suspension, mineral-filled polymer enclosure

Crossover 2nd-order electro-acoustic at 1.8 kHz

Frequency Response   On-Axis ±2dB from 125 Hz - 20 kHz

Frequency Response   30° Off-Axis ±2dB from 125 Hz - 15 kHz

High Frequency Driver 25-mm (1 in) S-PAL™ dome tweeter, ferro-fluid damped and cooled

Mid/Bass Frequency Driver 102-mm (3-1/2 in) mineral-filled polypropylene cone, 25-mm (1 in) high-temperature voice coil, advanced motor structures and oversized ferrite magnets

Low Frequency Extension 85 Hz (DIN)

Sensitivity   Room / Anechoic 88 dB / 85 dB

Impedance Compatible with 8 ohms

Suitable Amplifier Power Range 15 - 100 watts

Maximum Input Power 50 watts

Finishes Black Gloss

Weight 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)

Dimensions   HxWxD
8.375" × 4.8125" × 6.8125"
(21.3cm × 12.2cm × 17.3cm)

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Paradigm Cinema 100 and 200 loudspeakers

And THEN you hear them. And the first thing you can’t help but notice is how incredibly dynamic they are. Even if you’ve heard a multitude of speakers in this size and price range that sound surprisingly good (and there are plenty), try to find another speaker system in this class that sounds so yummy across such a wide volume range and you’ve got your work cut out for you. The subtlest of sounds sashay into the listening space with a subtle confidence that’s impossible not to love. I’m hard pressed to think of another speaker I’ve heard of this size that sounds so wonderful at such low volumes.

—Dennis Burger, Residential Systems


HomeTechTell Review: Paradigm Cinema 100 & 200 Speakers and Cinema Sub

Sure, they’re detailed. Incredibly so. Yes, they’re wonderfully tonally balanced... What really sets this system apart is its downright thrilling capacity for dynamic range... Even in the quietest of moments, the speaker never fails to positively teleport the subtlest of sounds into the room, with no loss of frequency dynamics or detail. Yet push them into positively scary territory moments later, and they never exhibit the sort of distortion and loss of clarity that has your brain screaming. “Oh em gee, turn it down! Turn it down!”