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The ideal speaker for the bookshelf. With its file-binder format, the 2-way Re:sound G Shelf delivers a perfect sound whilst occupying the minimium space. Actually, it is something of a shame to hide this compact speaker with its high quality lacquered MDF housing.
Venere 1.5 is a bookshelf speaker with its own stand and characterised, like all models in the entire line, by the Lyre shape. Also for this model, the particular construction of the cabinet, a tribute to our flagship Aida, provides a solution to the problem of internal spurious resonance and gives a rear aerodynamic profile which prevents criticality with the wall behind the speaker.
In comparison to Venere 1.5, 2.0 is a bookshelf speaker with slightly higher internal capacity, characterized by a larger mid-woofer, which together are capable of ensuring more wider downwards frequency response with respect to another bookshelf of the same line, and a greater emotional impact. The cabinet of the 2.0 stands out for its typical lyre shape, both a tribute to the flagship Aida and resolves problems related to internal spurious resonances. Finally, the aerodynamics of its rear line, as well as making the speaker particularly pleasing to the eye, prevents critical reflections from the wall behind.
Created, as the name suggests, to be wall mounted and adjustable thanks to its jointed bracket, the Wall is a versatile speaker that offers many answers to different sound insulation needs: great for those who want to build a two-channel audio system that does not take up valuable space, suitable for quality stereo reproduction from a source such as a TV with only two speakers, versatile in the role of speaker in a home theater system partially or entirely of Venus wall speakers. Its small dimensions and its beautiful and refined design make it a great choice if you want to set up a multi-room system, as it fits easily in different environments, it ensures optimum performance even with its discreet physical presence.
ntroducing the new Stirling Broadcast BBC LS3/5a V2, designed by Stirling Broadcast to meet the exacting requirements of the BBC LS3/5a specification. This version utilises the new Stirling SB4424 and SB4428 drivers with a very hi-grade "SuperSpec" crossover, all housed in thin-walled "Reference" cabinets that are modelled after the famous 001/002 pair featured in Hi-Fi News. The legendary sonic character of the original LS3/5a has been retained, with the new model having the added benefit of a 5 year warranty and the assurance of the future availability of spare parts.
Built under license from the BBC, the Stirling Broadcast LS3/6 Reference Loudspeaker is a 3-way design by Derek Hughes. Using modern components he has designed the Stirling Broadcast LS3/6 so it remains faithful to the original BBC specification and much loved sound, while offering greater power-handling than the original, an even smoother frequency response, much lower colouration and better dispersion.
Drawing on decades of experience of loudspeaker design starting in the 1970s when he worked for the BBC, Derek Hughes designed the Stirling Broadcast AB-2 Bass Extender to seamlessly integrate with all versions of the legendry LS3/5A including both the classic 15 ohm and 11 ohm. When used with the Stirling Broadcast BBC licensed LS3/5A V2 (shown in the photograph above) it makes an exceptional musical partnership.
nspired by the success of our BBC LS3/6, the Stirling Broadcast SB-88 is a two-way loudspeaker designed by Derek Hughes. It draws on his decades of experience in reference quality loudspeaker design which began with his work for the BBC in the 1970s. Derek's design has retained the essential character of the LS3/6 by using the same low and high frequency custom drive units and a special high quality crossover. The SB-88 cabinets use the same thin wall 9mm birch plywood as used in our acclaimed LS3/6 and LS3/5a V2 loudspeakers. Double thickness rubber pads dampen cabinet wall resonances and acoustic foam controls internal standing waves.
Special Applications projects have a long and illustrious history at Wilson Audio. In 1983, Dave Wilson needed a small location monitor for the series of audiophile-acclaimed classical music recordings he was doing at the time. Finding nothing suitable on the market, he went into his garage and built the original WATT®. Its truncated pyramid shape, constructed from mineral-filled methacrylic, broke the mold of then-current loudspeaker design and has been widely copied since for one reason: it worked extremely well. Mated to its dedicated woofer enclosure, the WATT/Puppy, now called Sasha W/P, continues to be Wilson Audio’s longest running and best-selling loudspeaker.
With traditional loudspeaker designs, near-boundary placements wreak havoc on the performance characteristics audiophiles most prize. The soundstage collapses, dynamics are compromised, and a smooth, linear frequency response becomes a distant memory.