She is not afraid of the big ones
The design of a bookshelf loudspeaker is not an easy thing, the challenge consisting in reproducing low frequencies in a volume
of reduced box. It is necessary to achieve the perfect synthesis of electronics, acoustics and cabinetmaking.
First of all, the cabinetwork must be as rigid as possible and anti-vibration, this involves the use of high-density materials combined with a
optimum machining precision. All our cabinets are made for this purpose.
The new KC100 is no exception to the rule. The interior volume of the enclosure is carefully calculated as well as the dimensions of the tuning vent for each of the loudspeakers used. The Bass Reflex solution was chosen, it increases the bass response and improves performance.
The loudspeakers used in the KC100 are made to specifications to obtain the desired result in a rigorous manner. boomers
have treated paper membranes for greater sound neutrality and the very pure copper voice coils are mounted on a kapton support.
For greater softness and the absence of aggressiveness, the tweeters have impregnated fabric membranes. The voice coils are cooled in ferrofluid.
Despite the care taken in the cabinetwork and the quality of our loudspeakers, the final result will be determined by the filtering! Advance Paris has developed a precise and rigorous filtering technique respecting the electrical and acoustic phase. The choice of the best components, air chokes, polypropylene capacitors, precision ceramic resistors, positioning not
Its incredible low frequency performance is amazing, especially considering its small size! Its balance and neutrality make it the ideal loudspeaker for reproducing all kinds of music, moreover they are versatile and remain compatible with a majority of amplifiers, even of moderate power, thanks to their good efficiency.