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- Article Number: CAN1
- Dimensions: L: 330 mm W: 230 mm H: 1100 mm
- Product Weight: 80 kg
- Shipping Weight: 95 kg
N1 - passive floorstanding speaker made of real concrete
The N1 is a passive floorstanding speaker designed for lossless and completely natural sound reproduction.
The cabinets of the N1 are cast in one piece, closed on all sides. For sound reasons, no bass reflex tuning is used. This results in low bass with an extremely low distortion factor and outstanding precision even at very high levels.
The built-in high-end drivers are characterised by absolute accuracy, speed and fidelity. The signal path is equipped with very few, selected components such as copper foil coils and silver-gold capacitors of the highest quality, as well as VOVOX Textura internal wiring.
The result is a largely loss-free signal path and extremely direct control of the linearly tuned, pair-selected precision drivers.
TECHNICAL DATA, MODEL N1.
Enclosure: concrete, monolithically cast
System: 2-way, closed, passive
Frequency response: 34 Hz - 40,000 Hz
Power handling: 100 W
Sound pressure level: 83 dB (1 W/1 m)
Distortion factor: < 1% at 90 dB SPL(1 m) for f > 100 Hz
Nominal impedance: 4 Ohm
Crossover: 6 dB/2,000 Hz
Internal wiring: VOVOX Textura
Dimensions: 110 cm x 23 cm x 33 cm (H x W x D)
Weight: 80 kg
The technical data of the CONCRETE AUDIO N1 are the result of extensive acoustic measurements at the Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT, Ilmenau. The data were determined in an anechoic room of accuracy class 1 (according to DIN EN ISO 3745) in compliance with DIN 60268-5.
Article will be delivered without decoration.
**Our products are made of natural materials and are made by hand. The natural composition is always "individual pieces". In this type of production, color differences and small pore openings - also in comparison to the illustrations in the shop or catalog - are part of the usual nature of the material. In the case of concrete products, shading can also occur. These may include, among others, by influences such as temperature differences, humidity and concrete post-treatments or by impregnation. Such material properties belong to the typical or agreed upon nature of the products and do not constitute defects.**