Carbon Dome tweeter
Carbon Dome tweeters are a brand new technology purpose-built for the 700 Series. Delivering a dramatic improvement on the aluminium double-dome tweeter, they raise the breakup threshold to 47kHz, for pinpoint imaging accuracy and detail.
First introduced with the 800 Series Diamond, the Continuum cone represents the biggest step-change in midrange performance since Kevlar®. Its woven, coated material provides highly controlled break-up, resulting in a more open, neutral midrange.
The midrange driver in the floor-standers feature a decoupled design, adapted from a similar system in the 800 Series Diamond. Decoupling reduces cabinet colouration, and boosts midrange clarity.
Aerofoil Profile bass cone
Developed using advanced computer modeling techniques, the Aerofoil Profile bass cone has a variable thickness, providing stiffness and rigidity where it's needed most. The result: deep and dynamic bass.
||Decoupled Carbon Dome tweeter
Continuum cone FST midrange
Aerofoil profile bass cones
||3-way vented-box system
||1x 25mm (1 in) Decoupled Carbon Dome high-frequency
1x 150mm (6 in) Continuum cone FST midrange
2x 165mm (6.5 in) Aerofoil profile bass
||-6dB at 30Hz and 33kHz
||46Hz - 28kHz 3dB
||89dB spl (2.83Vrms, 1m)
||2nd and 3rd harmonics (90dB, 1m)
<1% 90Hz - 22kHz
<0.5% 120Hz - 20kHz
||8 (minimum 3.1 )
|Recommended amplifier power
||30W - 200W into 8 on unclipped programme
||Height: 990mm (39 in) cabinet only
1025mm (40.4 in) including plinth
Width: 200mm (7.9 in) cabinet only
320mm (12.6 in) including plinth
Depth: 300mm (11.8 in) cabinet only
321mm (12.6 in) inc. grille and terminals
370mm (14.6 in)
||25.0kg (55.2 lb)
Grey (Satin White only)
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