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4 hours ago, Mushroom01 said:

 

Voxativ

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Anyone who thinks a single-driver loudspeaker lacks low-frequency delivery has simply never experienced our award-winning 9.87 System.

This modular hybrid active system consists of two units coupled together to perform seamlessly as one.

  • On top is our acclaimed second-gen passive Pi monitor that can be ordered with drivers of your choice.

  • On the bottom is the mighty Pi-Bass. A woofer extension system that combines the Ripol® speaker design philosophy with our proprietary Acoustic Stealth Technology®. The result is a fully open system that moves close to zero air volume allowing for free placement within a room.

    The lower Pi-Bass module is equipped with 2 x 96dB neodymium woofers each (=99dB). These woofers are extremely fast and are driven by a 250W class A/B plate amp tuned by our electronics team.

Given this unique combination, this system runs semi-active in that the Pi monitors on top need no crossover and are fed directly from the high-level speaker cable taps from a complimentary amplifier like our Voxativ T-211 Integrated (the perfect pairing).

The bottom Pi-Bass woofer module has it's own amplifier and can be driven up to an onboard crossover setting of 120 Hz (recommended) with a full range of EQ to blend into any room.

We suggest a line-level RCA connection from your preamp to the Pi-Bass for highest fidelity (although a high-level speaker cable connection is also possible.)

The result is the most powerful full-range system the industry has ever experienced linear down to 20Hz in low-frequency slam.

 

>> TECHNICAL DATA

Frequency Response
20 - 20.000 Hz

Driver
VOXATIV AC-PiFe or others

Efficiency max.
110 dB / 1W / 1 m

Capacity
50 W sinus

Dimensions (W x H x D)
16 x 47 x 16" (40x120x40cm)

Color
Piano Finish, white or black

Weight
150 lbs (67kg)

But it's not a single driver system !!

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23 minutes ago, sir sanders zingmore said:

But it's not a single driver system !!

that's exactly right.

It's a single driver speaker in a shiny black box sitting on top of a sub woofer. "OOPS" i mean "a woofer extension system with Ripol speaker design philosophy and proprietary Acoustic Stealth Technology"

 

Which they then claim moves almost zero air??? Huh, and the clincher "extremely fast woofers" (Acoustic engineers joke for whats a fast woofer= a tweeter!) 🙂

 

Who writes this stuff?

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18 hours ago, rob said:

that's exactly right.

It's a single driver speaker in a shiny black box sitting on top of a sub woofer. "OOPS" i mean "a woofer extension system with Ripol speaker design philosophy and proprietary Acoustic Stealth Technology"

 

Which they then claim moves almost zero air??? Huh, and the clincher "extremely fast woofers" (Acoustic engineers joke for whats a fast woofer= a tweeter!) 🙂

 

Who writes this stuff?

All the bs aside they sound amazing. Very impressive.

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1 minute ago, Pops110 said:

All the bs aside they sound amazing. Very impressive.

Good to hear.

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On 31/01/2020 at 5:34 PM, rob said:

 Who writes this stuff?

I am truly amazed by this spin. 

 

 "Anyone who thinks a single-driver loudspeaker lacks low-frequency delivery has simply never experienced our award-winning 9.87 System"

 

A system which proves that a single driver loudspeaker lacks low frequency delivery,  hence we had to add a sub?  😂

 

11 hours ago, Pops110 said:

All the bs aside they sound amazing. Very impressive

I am sure they sound brilliant.  Look fantastic too.  😊

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A spectacular speaker deserves a spectacular listening chair. This is from Dutch speaker manufacturer Kharma.

 

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What’s the recommended placement for that chair, close to the wall, free space?
 

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On 12/02/2020 at 9:02 PM, TomAus said:

A spectacular speaker deserves a spectacular listening chair. This is from Dutch speaker manufacturer Kharma.

 

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Looks like a giant band aid 

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4 hours ago, Brett 10 said:

What’s the recommended placement for that chair, close to the wall, free space?
 

I'm not aware of any recommendations as I imagine this would depend on several different factors. However, they do provide some information about it's functionality on their website.  From their website: "The Kharma Listening chair is specially sculpted to enjoy a musical performance in every way. The chair in its upright listening position brings an active posture to unravel a musical masterpiece, while it can also be transformed to a laidback lounge chair to forget the world around us and enjoy our favourite music. By just a touch of a finger, you control the built-in motor to settle into your desired position."

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