The Solo takes a novel approach on designing a large high end floor standing loudspeaker. Where most settle for cubism, the Solo combines optimal driver placement and clever internal acoustics with an elegant design. Inspired by the Verner Panton 1-2-3 chair which according to Panton was meant to “grow up out of the floor”, the Solo delivers a sonic picture that is open, detailed controlled and addictive. If we had to choose, the Solo would be our favorite. Simply because it masters design for sound.
Systematic investigations in our controlled listening room have led to a new 24dB/oct Linkwitz-Riley cross-over and tweeter acoustic lens for an improved room response. The increased efficiency of the new midrange driver, the accurate pistonic tweeter behavior and further refined bass tuning are making the Solo HR a precisely orchestrated and mature loudspeaker. The Solo HR delivers your music with just that little more texture for guaranteed shivers.
Handbuild in Denmark
Most manufacturers shy away from using bend plywood for loudspeaker cabinets. Which is understandable because it may twist and turn in undesired directions, making accurate machining of parts and final assembly difficult. This is not critical in the typical application in furniture. Speaker cabinet construction is a whole other matter though. The production of Solo would not have been possible without our committed design and the extra care of hand build production.
30 - 22.000 Hz
4 ohm, 2.5 ohm minimum at 450Hz @ 0 degrees
150W (IEC 268-5)
8” , Geometrically reinforced aluminum cone, soft low damping rubber surround, rigid die cast alu chassis with extensive venting
4", Ceramic coated aluminium membrane, soft low damping rubber surround, optimized low distortion motor system
1", Anodised aluminium dome, flow optimized vented pole piece with non-reflective chamber, saturation controlled motor system
200 Hz, 2.2kHz, 24dB/Oct Linkwitz Riley
Bass reflex/ Closed
10 layer beech wood form pressed veneer with multiple internal stiffeners.
30kg / piece