|Warranty length||5 Years|
Enclosure Type: Bass Reflex
Bass Reflex Tuning: 49.0Hz
Connection(s): Single Wire
Placement: Centre, Front, On-Wall
Distance From Wall: 0 - 30cm
Freq Range (+/-3 dB): 59-34.000Hz
Sensitivity (2,83 V/1m): 89.0dB
Nominal Impedance: 4Ω
Maximum SPL: 109dB
Recommended Amp: 20-150W
Crossover Freq: 3,100/14,000Hz
Crossover Principle: 2 + ½ way
HF Drive: 1 x 17 x 45 mm Ribbon
High Frequency Driver: 1 x 29 mm
HF Diaphragm: Soft Textile Dome
Low Frequency Driver: 1 x 6½"
Woofer: Wood Fibre Cone
Dimensions (HWD): 468 x 278 x 146mm
Weight: 8.0 Kg
The wall-mounted Dali Rubicon LCR is born to stand out in both sound performance and design, with the hybrid tweeter module and the wood fibre low-loss driver. The compact Rubicon LCR delivers a wide dynamic range, a coherent sound with lots of details all together with a bass response that’s unrivalled in its class.
The rotatable hybrid tweeter module makes it possible to use the Rubicon LCR as either the left or right channel, or as a centre speaker. The 6½ inch woofer uses the ingeniously designed bass port to reach maximum bass depth. With the Rubicon LCR , we promise you a sound performance that will dazzle you and leave you with goose bumps.
The cone used in the Rubicon series draws upon the heritage from the Epicon technologies, and has a light, rigid and randomly uneven structure. This lower the complexity of the central part of the motor, ensures even piston like movements, reduces the possibility of surface resonance greatly and creates an extremely low distortion within the Rubicon series. The soft low-loss rubber surround is designed and bespoke specifically for the Rubicon series, and all of the components are situated in an aluminum chassis designed for maximum airflow around the cone and magnet system.
In the Rubicon LCR series, Dali makes use of both the soft dome tweeter working alone, and the hybrid tweeter configuration an amazing rendering of the high frequencies. The voice coil used in the Rubicon series is designed to be very light and agile in order to achieve a broader bandwidth. This lighter voice coil is placed inside a powerful ferrite magnet that keeps a tight control of its movements. The ribbon tweeter is the master of wide dispersion and combining it with the soft dome, the tweeter module starts working as low as 2.5 KHz. This extreme bandwidth combined with the ultra wide dispersion is an important part of the Dali sound philosophy.
- Micro Fibre Cloth
- Rubber Bumpers