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|Cabinets built of double layered Birch Plywood (2" / 5cm).|
Front to back bracing makes a very rigid front for the woofer to push against.
The speaker pair weighs around 300kg.
No compromise, custom-made, two-way passive horn-loaded loudspeakers with bi-radial stabilised dispersion horns using the TAD TD-4001 compression driver and TL-1601 woofer.
|Massive 22kg bi-radial controlled dispersion horn.|
Grills mounted with hidden magnets to protect from UV light.
|High-order, time-aligned, passive crossover. Point to point wiring. Very flat response.|
|The hard part: Solid wood and precisely machined fins for even distribution of high-frequencies.|
|Grills off, the woofers are flush with the front baffle to prevent reflexions.|
|Paint made by super gifted car restauration artisan.|
|Any colour you like, the ones you see here are a light grey with a bit of cyan.|
|These cars cost a lot more than my speakers!|
|This finish on plywood is very difficult to achieve.|
|The directivity of the box and horns are very similar, combined with the time-aligned crossover|
the fusion between the two drivers sounds seamless.
|The feet are also massive plywood. Their height can be adjusted to your preference.|
|All kinds of wiring or bi-wiring options are possible. |
I like 4-Poles SpeakOn for bi-wiring in one clic.
|The sides of each horn are made of dozens of small parts to achieve the right profile |
as well as a solid constructions, not folded plywood that could resonate.
|We can help with installation and choosing a set-up.|
|Whether you like LPs or digital.|
|Low powered tubes or solid state, everything can work. No preconceptions.|