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Our rooms pose a huge obstacle to achieving accurate low and low-mid frequency response. When a room is excited by a sound source such as the loudspeaker’s, room`s resonances occur, and they create destructive interference which cancels out a significant part of the sound source radiated information. This problem can be treated by improving the room acoustics, by finding the best loudspeaker position or by having a loudspeaker with controlled radiation to minimize problems caused by the room’s acoustical properties.

Technical Information

Acoustic Design 2-way baffle-free horn loudspeaker
Drive Units 4” pure beryllium diaphragm compression driver, four 12” state of the art paper cone dipole woofers
Frequency Range 25 Hz-20 kHz
Phase Response(acoustic) +/-27 degrees (100 Hz – 20 kHz)
Max continuous Sound Pressure Level 105 dB @ 30 Hz, 120 dB (50 Hz-20 kHz)
Sensitivity LF 96 dB 1W/1m
Sensitivity HF 112 dB 1W/1m
Amplification Complimentary amplifiers are included
Dimensions (cm), weight 63(W) x 125(H) x 33(D), 85 kg (each)
Loudspeaker placement Minimum distance from the loudspeaker to the listening spot – 1.8m. Minimum distance from the loudspeaker to the wall behind - 0.5m