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Acapella Poseydon Speakers (Pair)


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Warranty length 2 Years
Brand Acapella

Tech Specs

Transmission areas

Bass: 20 Hz - 400 Hz with 12 x 10 "drivers
Midrange: 400 Hz - 6000 Hz with 780 mm hyper spherical Horn MT
High Frequency: 6000 Hz - 40 kHz with TW1



Bass: 4 bass modules with 3 x 10 "drivers drive with compound
Midrange: hyper spherical Horn with 780 mm diameter and 2 "driver with perfect phase relationship, and omnidirectional
Tweeter: ion with spherical horn tweeter


Overall Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 40 kHz
Efficiency: ~ 99 dB / 1 W / 1 m
Power consumption: 18 watts
Impedance:> = 6 ohms
Dimensions (HxWxD) without horn: 2300 x 720 x 810 (expressed in millimeters)
Dimensions (HxWxD) with horn: 2300 x 780 x 1000 (expressed in millimeters)
Weight: 600 kg

Product Description

At the price of a small house, the Acapella Poseydon are not for the faint-hearted or casual listener, and only for the true audiophile, who values sonic perfection above all else, and for whom there can be no compromises. Few speakers can truly invoke the power of a great orchestra - many can try, some can even come close. The Poseydon is a speaker that can transmit without limitation, the huge dynamics required to emulate an orchestra, yet with the pose and delicacy required to draw out every last molecule of detail and resolution.

The Poseydon are capable of authentic spatial representation on a level unrivalled by any other speaker. Depth, width and height of sound are portrayed tangibly in a seemingly holographic soundscape, surrounding the listener with audio, yet also presenting the image of real instrumentation, situated in its own space.

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