Joseph Audio Prism
If you've wished to own a pair of Joseph Audio Pulsars (and who can blame you?) but don't have the funds to buy a set, we have some very good news for you! Introducing the Prism, It's a small speaker, but it still thinks it's big! And when you hear its powerful bass sound and spacious imaging you'll think it's big too! The specially designed woofer has tremendous throw with a powerful motor to deliver bass with authority and definition. A newly designed crossover optimizes the woofer's seamless transition to the dual section sonatex dome tweeter. The result is a speaker that will astonish and delight you with its convincing natural sound. It's transparency will let you hear into your music like never before.
Impedance: 8 ohms nominal, 7 ohms minimum.
System impedance indicates whether the speaker presents a "hard" or "easy" load on the amplifier. True 8 ohm speakers are less amplifier and cable sensitive, and partner well with a broader range of amplifiers, including tube designs.
Crossovers: Asymmetrical Infinite Slope Crossover at 2.5 kHz.
Constructed of specially selected components, Each individual network is precisely adjusted, resulting in a virtually perfect match to the original prototype.
The steep filter slopes ensure good acoustical behavior in the crossover regions, with a minimum of acoustical interference, along with low distortion and wide dynamic range. Driver acoustic responses are in-phase throughout the crossover regions.
The Prism delivers a very smooth and even response over a very broad listening window. Unlike conventional low order crossover designs, the speaker retains its sonic balance over a wide angle both vertically and horizontally. This results in a higher level of fidelity than a simple on axis measurement can reveal.
Listening window response: 2dB from 47 Hz to 20 kHz
Dimensions and weight: 14" (356 mm) H x 7" (178 mm) W x 12" (305 mm) D.
Shipping weight: approx 22 lbs. (10 kg) each.
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