Focus 200 C

Focus 200 C

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Focus 200 C

Only when the sonic balance of all speakers is the same, will there be a true room-filling audio experience. To achieve such an authentic sound balance, the driver technology used for the Focus 200 C Center channel loudspeaker is of the same very high standard as that employed in the Focus floor standing and stand-mount speakers. 

After all, such sophisticated technology for a center speaker is fully justified if one considers that more than 75 percent of the sound in a multi-channel production is directed to the center channel. Two matching 15 cm mid/bass drivers using Esotec+ technology are employed in the Focus 200 C. These use an optimized double-magnet system so that dynamic impulses can be reproduced precisely and undistorted, even at high volume levels. Impressive sound quality and high power handling capability are achieved through Dynaudio’s characteristically large lightweight aluminium voice-coils and the torsionally stiff, low turbulence die-cast aluminium speaker basket frames. A typical attribute of the MSP cone diaphragms is their freedom of coloration: This keeps voices realistic and open, criteria essential for a high quality center channel.

For the Focus 200 C center channel loudspeaker, Dynaudio’s renowned soft-dome tweeter, specially treated with proprietary ferro-fluid to ensure perfect dome behavior, is used for the high frequency reproduction. Both complex sound effects and fine details are easily reproduced yet fit the overall sound character perfectly. The magnetic shielding accommodates the center channel’s preferred positioning near the video display. 

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Focus 200 C

Specifications

  • Status Discontinued
  • Segment Home
  • Range Focus
  • Type Center
  • Sensitivity (dB @ 2.83V/1m) 87
  • Lower Cutoff (Hz @ +/- 3 dB) 38
  • Upper Cutoff (kHz @ +/- 3 dB) 25
  • Box Principle Bass reflex rear ported
  • Crossover 2.5-way
  • Tweeter 28 mm Soft Dome
  • Midrange/Woofer 2x15 cm MSP
  • Weight kg 12,7
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    The Focus series

    • Status:
    • Segment:
    • Range:
    • Type:
    • Sensitivity (dB @ 2.83V/1m):
    • Lower Cutoff (Hz @ +/- 3 dB):
    • Upper Cutoff (kHz @ +/- 3 dB):
    • Box Principle:
    • Crossover:
    • Crossover Frequency (Hz):
    • Crossover Topology:
    • Tweeter:
    • Focus 160
    • Discontinued
    • Home
    • Focus
    • Bookshelf
    • 85
    • 44
    • 21
    • Bass reflex rear ported
    • 2-way
    • 1800 Hz
    • 1st order
    • 28 mm Soft Dome
    • Focus 210 C
    • Discontinued
    • Home
    • Focus
    • Center
    • 88
    • 43
    • 23
    • Bass reflex rear ported
    • 2-way
    • 2000 Hz
    • 1st/2nd order
    • 28 mm Soft Dome
    • Focus 140
    • Discontinued
    • Home
    • Focus
    • Bookshelf
    • 86
    • 41
    • 25
    • Bass reflex rear ported
    • 2-way
    • 28 mm Soft Dome
    • Focus 110
    • Discontinued
    • Home
    • Focus
    • Bookshelf
    • 85
    • 45
    • 25
    • Bass reflex rear ported
    • 2-way
    • 28 mm Soft Dome
    • Focus 200 C
    • Discontinued
    • Home
    • Focus
    • Center
    • 87
    • 38
    • 25
    • Bass reflex rear ported
    • 2.5-way
    • 28 mm Soft Dome

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