|Warranty length||5 Years|
Super Tweeter: 13mm silk dome
Tweeter: 25mm PU dome
Midrange: 75mm PU dome
Bass: 165mm doped paper cone
Type: Stand mounted Passive
Crossover: Analogue Passive
Bass System: Ported bass reflex
Cabinet Volume: 12 litres
Connections: Banana/spade x4
Dimensions (WHD): 304 x 926 x 388mm
Linn Akudorik Passive speakers are high performance bookshelf speakers and also the ultimate upgradeable speaker with both integrated and separate Exakt upgrade options.
In its standard passive configuration, the Akudorik speaker’s performance belies its compact size. Upgraded to Exakt, its performance is truly stunning whether you add the integrated Exakt Dorik Stand or choose separate amplifiers and an Akurate Exaktbox.
3K Driver Array
Three drive units; mid, tweeter and super-tweeter are housed in a single rigid, die-cast chassis. By minimising the distance between drive units, a single-point sound source is created, which together with the acoustic ‘skoop’, produces exceptionally wide dispersion for precise and consistent high frequency performance throughout the room.
Linn’s speaker cabinets combine master craftsmanship with advanced materials and manufacturing techniques to produce beautiful, high performance acoustic enclosures. The complex laminated cabinet construction is pressure-formed to produce the distinctive curved design while providing an exceptionally rigid shell for the drive units to operate with minimised resonance. Carefully placed internal bracing provides added rigidity and an acoustically inert enclosure for stable mounting of the drive units.
- Built-in high quality passive crossover
- Upgradeable to Exakt
- Linn-designed 3K Driver Array for wider dispersion
- Precise HF response and single-point source accuracy
- Doped paper cone bass driver with symmetrical balanced drive
- Applies even force to the coil in both directions
- Standard/high gloss real wood veneer or bespoke colour finishes
- Optional stand provides rock-solid support and adjustable spikes
- A choice of chrome or black finish on the 3K array