Dynaudio, the Danish loudspeaker manufacturer, has updated its award-winning Emit family of passive speakers.
Emit is the entry point to the high-end Dynaudio universe. It’s been created to deliver eyebrow-raising audio performance for the price – taking the guesswork out of what, for many, is their first step into audiophile-level hi-fi.
The range comprises two standmount models (Emit 10 and Emit 20), two floorstanders (Emit 30 and Emit 50) and a centre-channel (Emit 25C). They’ve all been designed, styled, tuned and optimised in-house at Dynaudio Labs in Denmark. The company’s state-of-the-art Jupiter measuring facility – a vast measuring array – played a key role in their creation.
“We put the same attention to detail into developing all our products, and we share as much technology as we can across our ranges to bring authentic Dynaudio performance to every speaker we make. Emit might be the entry point, but it offers much more than just a glimpse into our high-end world.” says Dynaudio Senior Acoustic Specialist Stephen Entwistle.
All Emit speakers use the Cerotar tweeter from the renowned Evoke series, which in turn is based on the formidable Esotar Forty tweeter from Dynaudio’s Special Forty anniversary speaker. Cerotar’s custom AirFlow magnet is made from strontium carbonate ferrite+ ceramic, while the 28mm voice-coil is made from aluminium – a Dynaudio signature, found in the company’s legendary Esotar 3 high-frequency driver.
Advanced airflow-optimisation in the rear chamber is designed to reduce unwanted resonances behind the coated fabric soft-dome diaphragm. Meanwhile, the ingenious Hexis inner dome controls airflow, smoothing the frequency response for even cleaner, sweeter high-frequencies.
Emit’s mid/bass drivers, midrange units and woofers are all based on those found in the Evoke range. Their diaphragms are made from MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) – a material Dynaudio developed itself, and which delivers precisely the right combination of lightness, stiffness and damping for incredible accuracy. They’re bonded directly to the copper-clad-aluminium voice-coil assembly for even more control over their movement.
Dual-stacked ferrite-ceramic magnet systems provide the power. Using more magnets has given Dynaudio’s engineers greater control over the driver’s movement and excursion for more sonic precision. This improves dynamics at lower frequencies while maintaining stellar midrange performance.
Custom crossover design
Emit’s crossovers are hybrid designs, using varying combinations of first-, second- and fourth-order topologies. Why? Because a one-size-fits-all approach simply wouldn’t deliver the performance level Dynaudio’s engineers wanted to achieve. Giving each speaker in the range its own combination of crossover designs means they could ensure sonic unity across the range (essential in multichannel systems) while optimising each individual speaker’s performance for the job it has to do.
All Emit speakers feature a new dual-flared bass-reflex port, optimised to reduce air turbulence and minimise unwanted ‘chuffing’, particularly with deep notes. And that attention to detail even extends to the internal damping material, which has been measured down to the gram for the right combination of damping and openness.
Emit’s cabinets are made from 18mm MDF and are covered in beautiful custom laminate finishes. There are three to choose from: Black, White and Walnut. All speakers come with magnetic black grilles.
The Emit family will be available to buy globally from 24th June.
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For more information, visit http://dynaudio.com.