Arteluthe Kensington: Acoustics inspired by the golden era of Hi-Fi
The old-school design of Arteluthe Kensington speakers , so fashionable in recent years, recalls American and Japanese acoustics of the 70s and 80s of the last century, a time that is called the golden era of Hi-Fi.
Loudspeakers Arteluthe Kensington performed in dual band configuration and are equipped with compression inch tweeter, placed in the exponential horn supplemented acoustic lens louver type. The low-frequency range is entrusted to the 15-inch speaker of the American company Faital Pro , which operates in a bass-reflex acoustic design. Two large round bass reflex ports are brought out to the front panel, which allows you to install the speakers close to the wall.
For this model, the manufacturer declares a sensitivity of 94 dB and an operating range of 35 Hz to 20 kHz. The cases are finished with natural American walnut veneer and are equipped with fabric protective grills.
Arteluthe Kensington speaker systems are slated to start in mid-March, but you can pre-order right now. Moreover, during the pre-order period, the speakers have a promotional price $6500. After the start of sales, the cost will be $ 9,000.