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To get to these results, the R&D staff performed extensive in-car voicing sessions, after building several prototypes with the FEA simulation method and testing them with a wide array of measurements carried out with the Klippel® suite. Like in the suspensions of competition cars, the surround must stand the most extreme working conditions to ensure maximum stability and symmetry at high excursions, and so to achieve impact and extension to the low frequency range. For this reason, the electro-acoustic designers developed a new surround-basket gluing system called “Boundary Free Surround”. This technology, provides the ability to achieve wider emission surface of the cone compared to speakers with same diameter; that way, the cone manages to move a bigger mass of air, so it produces more acoustic pressure.
The exponential profile gets very close to the perfect one, providing exceptional dispersion.
This technology provides the ability to achieve wider emission surface of the cone compared to speakers with same diameter; that way, the cone manages to move a bigger mass of air, so it produces more acoustic pressure. This special surround is built from highly pure IIR butyl rubber, ensuring extraordinary thermal and mechanical linearity.
|Size mm (in.)||180 (7)|
|Power Handling - Peak W||400|
|Power Handling - Continuous W||200|
|Frequency response Hz||38 - 6k|
|Sensitivity dB SPL||93|
|Voice coil Ø mm (in.)||50 (2)|
|Cone/Dome||Pressed-pulp cone with cotton fibres|
|Peak Power Rating (Watts)||400|
|Rms Power Handling||200|