The No.4.2 loudspeaker is a 2 way system with an integrated active bass unit. Two side-positioned 10 inch long-stroke chassis are at work in each loudspeaker, which are activated by an integrated power amplifier.
The No. 5.1 loudspeaker is a three-way system with a bass reflex design. The goal of this model is to bring together sophisticated audio culture with an enclosure designed for living spaces. The CORONA plasma tweeter, which is the loudspeaker's centerpiece, is complemented by a 155-mm midrange driver to cover the middle frequencies. The lower the mass of the driver, the faster and more accurate its response is. The mass being moved by the midrange driver, which features a suspended voice coil, is just 7 grams.
Our top model, the No. 7.0, demonstrates the decades of experience we have in developing and building outstanding loudspeakers. The very best of materials and groundbreaking driver technology come together in these loudspeaker systems to create a match made in heaven. The most distinctive feature of the No. 7.0 loudspeaker is the D’Appolito group of drivers, surrounding the CORONA plasma tweeter with two midrange drivers and four bass woofers. The two midrange drivers perfectly cover the frequency range of the human voice, from 150 to 2,000 Hz.
Two identical bass modules are used for the top and bottom segments, surrounding a tweeter-only module in the middle. The advantage of this layout is that each of the modules can be technologically and acoustically optimized separately, i.e., to match the very different requirements of bass, midrange and treble reproduction. In the No. 8.2 system, all of the speaker drivers are vertically aligned using the symmetric D'Appolito layout. Thanks to precisely balanced frequency distribution, any room reflections interfering with the sound can be reduced to a minimum.
This is that rare thing: a modern horn-loaded design that avoids compression drivers and preliminary chambers in order to achieve an even response and strong coupling with the room. A 2" driver powers the midrange horn while an 18" short-throw bass driver supplies low-end energy. Highs are delivered by the Lansche trademark Corona plasma tweeter. The system has a specified 96dB sensitivity and worked a treat with a Mola Mola electronics and the aforementioned DAC.