The homage to Stradivarius further defines the ambition of bringing the identity of the acoustic loudspeaker increasingly closer to that of a musical instrument. As its outset, the project was based on the idea that a front that was wider than traditional canons could lead to the simulation of the 2π infinite plane, translating the model of the theoretically perfect acoustic source and offering absolutely innovative reproduction performance. This led to the large front panel, which accumulates the energy of the loudspeakers, instead of dispersing it, and then reflects it. The elliptical design for a three-way system is capable of providing a totally different and emotionally exciting response. It is a renewal that has developed through the rediscovery of the cardinal values of the Sonus faber sound.

The formal aspect of the Stradivari homage expresses its conceptual origin. It is shaped like two facing lutes : a further development of the construction criterion of Sonus faber loudspeakers. However, the “soul” of Stradivari is also reminescent of the construction principles of stringed instrument making, because inside it houses a linking element that unites the two walls, just like the joined plates of a violin. The exclusive cabinet features curved walls. The density of the wood employed to make the walls, the quality and the direction of the fibres have been carefully researched to distribute and control resonance.

Système : 3 voies colonne

Réponse en fréquence : 22Hz - 40kHz

Impédance nominale : 4 ohms

Sensibilité : 92 dB, 1W/1m

Puissance conseillée :35 ‐ 300W, without clipping

Spectre Haute fréquence : 33 mm

Spectre Moyenne Fréquence : 150 mm

Spectre Basse Fréquence : 260 mm

Dimensions HxLxP : 1370 x 265 x 560 mm

Poids : 150 kg Net, 198 kg Emballé

Finition : Rouge, Graphite ou Noyer

Documentation Produit :

Stradivari Brochure


Manuel d'utilisation :

Téléchargez le manuel d'utilisation en cliquant ici