A Legend in the Making
The Magenta is a very small loudspeaker but the sound is however far from being small. We are talking about a real little big speaker, whose dynamics, deep bass and sonical credibility has astonished everyone.
The secret of these exceptional dynamics is our new DDC-bass unit (Dynamic Damping Control). With the design of the DDC-unit, the effective interaction between the amplifier and the bass unit is emphasized. As a result of superb dynamic damping properties, the bass reproduction of the Aurelia Magenta is controlled even in the deepest bass-impacts. The bass quality and depth of the Magenta are absolutely one of the best in its class.
We use our 2nd generation Energy Controlling Waveguide-technology (ECW) in the tweeter system. The ECW seamlessly adapts the tweeter to the bass unit at the cross frequency. The ECW-technology guarantees that the transition from bass to treble occurs smoothly and that the phase behavior is linear.
The result is a pleasant and uniform sound with a natural and three-dimensional soundstage. It is not a coincidence that the Aurelia Magenta has received numerous panegyric ratings from reviewers. It seems that everybody tends to fall in love with this little new miracle.
|Operating principle||2-way vented|
|Tweeter||1” titanium, ECW waveguide|
|Crossover point||1 800 Hz|
|Sensitivity dB/W/m||87 dB|
|Frequency response||45…20 000 Hz|
|Power recommendation||20…120 W|
|Dimensions h x d x w||308 x 265 x 145 mm|
- “The stereo image has a pretty amazing space where each sound source is placed with a precision that only the best systems are capable to offer.”
Hifi Home Cinema Video No. 403 Jan/Feb 2012(PDF in French)
- “Highly competent small speaker. Enormously big soundstage!”
Hifi & Musik 11/2010(PDF in Swedish)
- “Absolutely one of the best in its class.”
Hifimaailma 1/2008 (PDF in Finnish)
- ”Editor´s Choice.”
Mikrobitti 2/2008 (PDF in Finnish)
- ”Aurelia Magenta is a speaker which thrives you into long listening periods.
It makes justice for the music for the joy of the listener.”
Tekniikan Maailma 11/2008 (PDF in Finnish)