|Frequency Response||53Hz - 26.5kHz|
|Warranty length||5 Years|
|Product Award||What HiFi Award 5 Stars|
Enclosure Type: Bass Reflex
Bass Reflex Tuning: 51.5Hz
Connection(s): Single Wire
Placement: Stand, Shelf, On-Wall
Magnetic shielding: Semi
Freq Range (+/-3 dB): 53 - 26.500Hz
Sensitivity (2,83 V/1m): 86.5dB
Nominal Impedance: 6Ω
Maximum SPL: 106dB
Recommended Amp: 25 - 100W
Crossover Frequencies: 2.9000Hz
High Frequency Driver: 1 x 25mm
HF Diaphragm: Soft Textile Dome
Low Frequency Driver: 1 x 5.25"
Woofer: Wood Fibre Cone
Manual, rubber bumpers, wall brackets
Dimensions (HWD):274 x 162 x 228mm
Weight: 4.2 Kg each
Dali ZENSOR 1 packs as much legacy and music as it can into a slim, compact speaker you can carry home under your arm, available in a choice of black (high gloss) or walnut. ZENSOR 1 is an accomplished all-rounder ideal for small to medium sized rooms.
Use these speakers with a hi-fi amplifier or iPod system for an impressive stereo set-up. Alternatively, they can be used as front/rear speakers in 5.1 or 7.1 channel home cinema set-up with the matching ZENSOR 5 speakers and ZENSOR Vokal centre speaker.
ZENSOR 1 are characterised by well-known DALI signatures such as light and yet stiff wood fibre cones delivering a highly dynamic, detailed, and undisturbed sound reproduction, while ultra-low mass dome tweeter material ensures a widely extended frequency range. They succeed in offering pure acoustical energy without loss or limitations - basically offering cracking sound quality!
'Do not buy another pair of sub-£200 speakers until you’ve heard these Zensors.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)
'For: Brilliant detail, punch and dynamics; excellent tonal balance; the compact and flexible design.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)
'Despite the high quality of their finish and the partial glossiness of their compact, well-made cabinets, the Dalis don’t look much more expensive than their price-tag – but the sound they make is at considerable odds with a sub-£200 sticker. Equally at home with the sturm und drang of Kanye West’s Power as with the delicacy of Kate Bush’s Flower of the Mountain, they’re an open, explicit listen.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)
'Splendid attention to detail: Clean but not clinical, and with the sort of insight into the attack and decay of sounds that’s more commonly the preserve of speakers a price-point or two up from here, they manage to combine splendid attention to detail with an easy listenability that makes even the longest listening sessions fly by.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)
'The balance between refinement and excitement is a difficult one to strike at any price, so the confidence with which the Zensor 1s walk that particular tightrope is striking...you know a company’s on to a winner when the biggest criticism we can level at its speakers is that the grilles could be a bit easier to put on and take off.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)
'Perhaps the biggest compliment we can pay them is that they don’t sound like a pair of budget speakers – they’re more detailed and precise than that, more grown up and more downright musical – and that makes them a serious bargain.' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)
'These might be cheaper than their closest rivals, but don’t discount them – you really need to hear the Zensor 1s. Having bandied phrases like “a serious bargain” about, it’s with a mixture of relief and professional pride that we report the Zensor 1s are, if anything, even more impressive when confronted by some putative rivals. The balance between refinement and excitement is a difficult one to strike at any price, so the confidence with which the Zensor 1s walk that particular tightrope is striking. You know a company’s on to a winner when the biggest criticism we can level at its speakers is that the grilles could be a bit easier to put on and take off…' (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)