The Evidence Master is comprised of three individual interlocking sections.
The technically identical upper and lower cabinet sections house the bass drive units, while the middle section contains the midrange and treble drive units as well as the crossover, the latter being further isolated within its own individual sub-compartment. This construction offers a tremendous performance advantage, as each section can be optimized for the differing requirements of precise bass, midrange and high frequency reproduction.
The middle section features a massive CNC-machined solid aluminum baffle which houses two special Dynaudio MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) cone midrange drivers and two perfectly matched and meticulously selected Dynaudio coated soft-dome tweeters.
The elegant design of the aluminum baffle is a direct result of geometric optimization for absolutely perfect sound dispersion. The mechanical properties of aluminum, in conjunction with the mass of the middle section guarantee perfect resonance control – reproduction of high frequencies remains completely uncolored so even the finest musical details are precisely resolved.
- Status Current
- Segment Home
- Series Evidence
- Type Floorstand
- Sensitivity (dB @ 2.83V/1m) 92
- IEC Power Handling (W) 600
- Rated Impedance (Ohm) 4
- Lower Cutoff (Hz @ +/- 3 dB) 27
- Upper Cutoff (kHz @ +/- 3 dB) 26
- Box Principle Bass reflex rear ported
- Crossover 3 (5) way
- Crossover Frequency (Hz) (250),400,2500,(7500) Hz
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