Balanced Mode Radiators combine the latest flat panel loudspeaker technology with traditional pistonic-action techniques, The result is 180-degree sound dispersion and a soundstage that places each and every instrumen and vocalist in their own fixed position.
– Lo-Q cabinet
All m-series models are framed by a doublelayer side panel. Each of the two layers is 10 mm thick, an sandwiched between them is the Boston Acoustics specially-developed SDF damping elastomer. This absorbs the internally generated cibration and ensures that the speaker cones remain autonomous. So absolutely nothing is added to the music, and absolutely nothing is taken away
If the drivers are the heart, and the cabinet the body, the crossover is the soul of the speaker. The crossover is an electronic circuit that directs the appropriate sound range to each transducer and maintains the phase/timing accuracy between all of the transducers.
– Laser-Based vibration management
Laser-based vibration measuring has helped degine the exact, optimised position for each cabinet’s internal bracing and mounting locks. This ensures that negative resonance are not just shifted to other frequencies but are totally minimised.