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Audiovector - R8 ARRET - floorstanding speaker
Price: AED 219,950
* This is a made to order item, so has a delivery lead time of around 4-6 weeks depending on Audiovector’s production workload. IT IS MOST DEFINITELY WORTH THE WAIT. If you have any questions regarding this item, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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CONCEPTS AND TECHNOLOGIES:
The new Audiovector Cross Woven Sandwich Carbon Driver is made to improve our already class leading drivers: Much lighter, stiffer and more sound dead membranes to produce a faster and more uncolored sound. Our new membranes are made from precision woven aramid fibers, sandwiched with artificial wood resin.
A delicate balance combining our award-winning internal isobaric compound bass system with a hand built 4-inch rear firing bass/midrange driver. Seamlessly integrated with the new Audiovector quasi rear firing 3rd generation Air Motion Transformer tweeter.
Cryogenically treated 7-nines pure copper asymmetrical wiring and Audiovector Nanopore damping material gives a smooth and natural musical reproduction.
The Freedom Grounding® system, engineered by Audiovector, is a complex distortion eliminating construction. The effect of Freedom Grounding® brings about improved overtones, lower noise floor, increased image depth with tighter focus and wider soundstage. You will also find that pace, dynamics and musical expression have surpassed existing standards.
HI-FI REVIEW 2019
"Absolutely a signature product showing its technological contents!"
"The R 8 is full of dynamics, rich textures and vivid details..difficult to criticize!"
"The R 8 Arreté is like an educated and muscular gentleman with the manner and also power to perform the acts effortlessly." READ HERE
Hifi+ 2019 By Alan Sircom
“The R8 is also extremely detailed, and it’s here the Freedom earthing makes its mark. It ‘disappears’ the loudspeakers, leaving you with a soundfield of good, solid instruments in a physical space. It doesn’t sound like there are electronics, wood, and drive units in the way because that noise floor that you barely perceive, but underpins and undermines everything you hear drops further into the background. Vocal articulation, especially of solo female voices, is exceptional, even the syrupy close-miked Malia singing ‘Celestial Echo’ [Convergence, Universal] sounds less processed and more ‘in the room’." READ HERE