According to a press release, U.K.-based hi-fi manufacturer Acoustic Energy is introducing the Radiance Series, it’s flagship line of home theater speakers.
The release continues by saying that the series features “a new high-frequency dispersion technology” called the DXT Lens. Using advanced profile calculations, the DXT Lens matches the tweeter’s sound wave dispersion to that of the bass driver in order to provide improved time coherence.
The release says that the Radiance 3 floorstander ($3,000/pair) speaker is a 3-way design that features a 38mm Neodymium ring-radiator tweeter and main drivers with twin-wound aluminum voice coils. The speakers can handle up to 200 watts but are sensitive enough (90dBm/watt/meter) to use with modestly powered amplifiers.
The release goes on to say that the Radiance Series also features two bookshelf/stand-mount speakers—the Radiance 1 ($1,200/pair) and the Radiance 2 ($2,000/pair)—the Radiance Center channel speaker ($800 each), and the radiance Subwoofer ($1,200 each). These models (except for the Radiance Subwoofer) also feature the DXT Lens innovation.
The release adds that the speakers feature cast aluminum metal work and high-quality wood veneers. The Radiance Series will be available in February.
For more information, visit www.acoustic-energy.co.uk.