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Item: Ocellia calliope
Price Range: $4500+ negotiable on model and condition.
Item Condition: New or Used
Extra Info: Oceilla speakers for jazz, classical and vocals PHY drivers. Rare in Aus but fascinated by there construction and highly reviewed drivers.
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Price: $6900 Item Condition: As new Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is included in price. Suburb or Town: Perth State: Western Australia Payment Method: EFT, cash, PayPal ad fees please Reason for selling: Madness Further information:
I offer my Süsskind PULS.
They are made by Joachim Gerhard, well known previous owner and mastermind of Audio Physic and quite efficient with 95 dB. They come with the dedicated stands made by Bfly Audio.
I have used them with my Ongaku for 4 years now and I really like them. They put out a very substantial bass and very smooth trebles without missing anything in the frequency range. Imaging is off course outstanding as you would expect from this sort of speaker.
They come from a reasonably famous record producer in Germany who not surprisingly used them for mixing and They are like new with original packing.
i think about selling them because I just got some quite iconic JBL speakers and want to try them for a while although I know already that the Puls are actually better in my room and I will probably regret selling them.
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Item: WLM Gran Viola Mk II plus System control V
Location: Perth WA
New and cheaper price : 3400
Item Condition: very good
Reason for selling: not needed
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
WLM Gran Viola Mk II plus System control V
I am selling these lovely speakers that I have had for a while now but only used for a few weeks. I am the 3rd owner. They can be used in fully active, active passive or passive mode. I haven't had a chance to experiment with these speakers as i haven't had the time and only have an integrated amp. I bought a pair of Suesskind Puls a while ago and I have decided to sell the WLM. The external crossover comes with a remote control.
The sensitivity is 98dB. Cosmetically excellent. Sound wise I cannot tell you too much, I never used them properly. They come with the original boxes and if you pick them up yourself, you can have the stands as well but they have suffered a bit from moving.
There are very favourable reviews on the net. They suit nice low powered single ended valve amps.
They are priced to go quickly and slightly negotiable
Tube friendly speakers for 45W of pure class A, is there a need for High Efficiency speakers with an amp like Earle's Topaz120, does HE automatically mean full range drivers and big cabinets?
Small room issue too. WAF is not really a factor as she's not really allowed in my room...
I've read that flat Impedance matched to the output transformer, rather than sensitivity is the key.
Full range means no crossovers yes? I've listened to ZU's like @@Damo 's and @@steve u 's but it's a bit hard to compare or make judgement unless I hear them in my room and my system(same old same old)
Power Output - 45 watts per channel pure class A
Frequency response -3db - 6hz to >50khz
Signal to Noise - >90db A Weighted
Signal to Hum - >80db
Distortion - <0.05% at 1 watt rms (Typically 0.02%)
Hum Level - <3.0 millivolt
Sensitivity - 500mV
Input impedance - 100K
Speaker output 8 ohm (6 to 12 ohm is fine)
Damping Factor >6 (20hz to 20khz 8 ohm)
Price range, well there is only a hundred bucks in the cunning kick at the moment but thinking ahead I reckon I could put together 2 to 6K a bit later in the year not withstanding life interfering with my speaker fund like last year :angry:
So what do you think might be a good match here?
*(The Diamonds remain a dream, sadly, due to last years gobbling of my speaker fund and would of required a different amp I believe judging by a previous question on what to drive them with)
it seems that high-efficiency anything is a good idea, including drivers which are certainly in demand.
So then why aren't all drivers >93 db/W?
I'm guessing cost is the main reason, but maybe it is something else linearity(distortion) or endurance or..??
So what makes a high efficiency driver ?
Is it all in the voice coil (strength/length of magnet? number of windings ? diameter of windings? DCR? Clearance between coil and magnet? travel?)
Is it the size/angle/travel of the cone ?
Is it something else (eg only high in a range of freqs ?
Are there any trade-offs where high-efficiency drivers are worse than lower-efficiency (high power) drivers? eg Higher resonance freq ?