|Drive Units||1 x (10") 250 mm PP cone long-throw|
|Frequency Response||40- 120 Hz ±3 dB|
|Amplifier Power Output||200 W|
|Peak Power Output||350 W|
|Line Input Sensitivity||200 mV for maximum output|
|Crossover Range||30 - 150 Hz|
|Inputs||Stereo line in (2 x RCA phono)|
|Mono (LFE) line in (RCA phono)|
|Input Impedance||Line input 10 Ohms|
|LFE 5 Ohms|
|Signal-to-noise Ratio (s/n)||85 dB|
|Avg. Max Output @1m||118 dB|
|Features||Phase inversion, auto on-off|
|Dimensions||Height: (412+35) mm (with feet)|
|Width: 312 mm|
|Depth: (392+15) mm|
|Net Weight||16 kg|
While high performance mid/bass and treble units are the foundation of a great sounding speaker, if the cabinet is not properly reinforced it can be an unruly source of unwanted noise.
Extensive research and development was carried out to ensure internal cabinet robustness, eliminating any unwanted cabinet resonances and vibrations. Using a combination CAD analysis, a lot of experimentation and extensive listening tests the cabinet within each speaker has been braced at key points which means the full frequency range is clear and detailed.
The diagram shows areas of bracing and its effect on the sound. Blue areas show where noise is reduced through cabinet bracing, while red areas highlight where there is sound. As you can see, the sound is emanating from the drivers and not from the cabinet, as it should be.