|27th December 2011, 02:36 AM||#13|
Mark Audio Alpair 7 bookshelf speakers:
Driver: Mark Audio Alpair 7 (Gen.1) 4" full range driver in grey color
Cabinet: 20mm bass reflex Oakwood cabinets without grills
Internal Cable: Gotham 54040 speaker cable
Net Weight: 5KG per unit, 10KG per pair
Price: US$160/pair + shipping cost
*There are small damages at the corners of the cabinets.
The Alpair 7 is a rare (possibly unique) driver in this size and class. It's primary feature is its extended high range, operating to 30KHz the Alpair 7 eliminates the need for a tweeter. The driver achieves this performance without using a whizzer or co-axial centre tweeter. The Alpair 7 is a purist single cone/cap design.
The Alpair 7 incorporates a new cone multi-formaing technology originally developed in Japan. The cones are made using 7 separate forming and cutting processes, all controlled via CNC operation. The accuracy of this technology is superior to conventional spun and press methods.
The acoustic result is remarkable for a driver of this size, delivering outstanding clarity, detail and musical realism.
Spec. of Alpair 7 driver:
Driver: 4 ohm
Revc: 3.6 ohm
Fo: 69 Hz
Vas: 3.48 Ltr
Cms: 913.149u M/N
Mmd: 5.456 g
Mms: 5.66 g
BL: 3.342 TM
Levc: 0.0188 mH
SPLo: 84.5 dB
Xmax: 4.4mm (1 way)
* SOLD to an audiophile in Hong Kong.
Last edited by Musik007; 8th January 2012 at 02:58 PM. Reason: update
|30th December 2011, 02:30 PM||#14|
Join Date: Dec 2011
I am also possibly interested in amp specials. This would be my first tube amp so looking for something in the price range of the miniwatt n3, etc. Let me know. Thanks!
|30th December 2011, 03:48 PM||#15|
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