Hybrid tweeter

From zenith desktop radio to my father's Sony Boombox to my brother's sodlk speaker just bought for the kitchen, all kinds of audio products have been very popular. You buy one, plug it in, and you have music.

From zenith desktop radio to my father's Sony Boombox to my brother's sodlk speaker just bought for the kitchen, all kinds of audio products have been very popular. You buy one, plug it in, and you have music. If you are an ordinary nonenthusiast customer, what do you dislike? But what about those high-end all-in-one solutions?

These solutions are expected to achieve audio performance at the end of the game without the complexity of traditional component-based systems. Persuading serious audiophiles to give up everything and buy an all-in-one product is by no means easy.

Over the years, attempts to do so have encountered a lot of resistance. There are several possible explanations for this. Of course, I'm just talking in general, but a big obstacle is a simple fact that enthusiasts like to choose. We hope to be able to decide which amplifier has the best sound when using which loudspeaker, and which source component brings us the most fun. Another problem is that most audiophiles are not just for music; Many of us also like audio devices (whether we admit it or not).

We like shiny metal boxes, toweringloudspeakerscabinets, and luminous tubes. We like to play with these toys. We adjust and repair, replace cables and accessories, and dream of upgrading. The reason why all-in-one audio products exist is to avoid all these. But sometimes, even the most loyal enthusiasts will face reality. Maybe you don't have enough space or budget to build your dream system (of course I don't).

Maybe you have to find a system that is musically satisfactory, acceptable to your spouse, and not broken by your children. Or maybe you really just want music, and don't care about adjustments, upgrades, and audio jewelry. Many people must find themselves in a similar situation because active streaming speakers are a hot category in today's high-performance audio field. (when the loudspeaker designer can manually select the amplification component for each drive unit, he can also enjoy the potential performance improvement.)

Rubicon 8 C is Dali's premier active streamingloud speakers. Like Dali's other top products, Rubicon 8 c uses the company's iconic hybrid tweeter, which combines a 17 x 45 mm ribbon with a 29 mm soft fabric dome, both made in Denmark. According to Dali, the operating frequency of the hybrid tweeter is as low as 2.6khz (the starting frequency of the color band is 14khz), providing extremely high bandwidth and continuous and ultra-wide dispersion. The company said that this is "an important part of Dali's sound concept".

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