MURAUDIO SP-1 ELECTROSTATIC SPEAKERS ON SHOW AT RMAF 2018
Muraudio's newly released SP1 electrostatic loudspeakers will be at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2018 Oct. 5-7.
The SP1 has been the recipient of a clutch of awards recently. Naturally, the speakers will be hooked up to worthy components. That list includes Triangle Art's world-renowned Master Reference and Maestro turntables, Reference Tube phonostage and preamp, as well as the all-new TA-200M Pure Class A Monoblocks.
The Muraudio SP1 is based on the Canadian company's Domain Omni series loudspeakers and Muraudio's patented high output continuous curve electrostatic technology.
The SP1 uses Muraudio’s Mylar Diaphragm Technology for enhanced dynamics through improved distribution of acoustic energy across the continuous curve of the ESL panel.
A mylar membrane barely 3.8 microns thick (0.0038 mm) has the same mass as a 5 mm layer of air. That’s 250 times less than the moving mass of a conventional midrange speaker cone and tweeter dome array.
The lighter-than-air film "responds with matchless speed and precision, delivering clarity, detail, and natural sound."
Each SP1 integrates two pairs of custom long throw six-inch aluminium low-frequency drivers, each pair in an independently sealed cabinet combined with tuned inertial reactionary dampers for a tight bass response.
These ultra-rigid, custom designed drivers reproduce frequencies below 750 Hz and move so uniformly that modal resonances are said to be inaudible. Over 6kg of magnet structure provides the necessary force for the deep bass extension.
The 120-degree horizontal listening window and projected point source imaging is all part of Muraudio's signature "Sound is Everywhere" listening experience.
Muraudio classes the SP1 as possibly "one of the most acoustically advanced, beautifully designed electrostatic loudspeakers available on the market today." We're still yet to have have the pleasure, but at least RMAF attendees will be able to tell us what they think. They do look stunning.
So, these speakers are definitely ones to add to your must-see list at RMAF 2018. Head on over to room 1104 to experience the set-up mentioned above. Don't forget to tell us how they sound.
For more information visit Muraudio.
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