Position – Floor Standing
Ways – 3
Drivers – Triaxial TCA – aramide midrange and low-midrange
Sensivity 1W/1m – 91 dB
Cross-over point – 740 – 3500 Hz
Frequency response – 75-25000 Hz
Nominal impedance – 8 Ω
Minimal impedance – 3,5 Ω
Power Handling – 250 W
Peak power – 1210 W
Dimensions – 128 x 40 x 42.4 cm
Weight – 16 kg
Optional RAL colors to an extra cost.
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- French speaker manufacturer specialist
- Established in 1950 by Georges Cabasse
- Unparalleled technical exactness
- Unmatched know-how in electro-acoustics
- Complete respect for natural reproduction
The only 3-way coaxial satellite loudspeaker on earth, Baltic, has, since its introduction, always offered the unique acoustic and musical qualities of a full range true point source. This fifth, redesigned version – Baltic 5 – is equipped with a triaxial TCA loudspeaker that will form an even more powerful and versatile portion of the pulsating sphere.
Three-way co-axial TCA
Improving the performance of Baltic in the same 27 cm spherical enclosure forced the Cabasse team to reconsider the tri-axial driver from scratch, including the development in house of exclusive aramid fabrics for the production of new low/low-midrange and midrange membranes. These concentric membranes form in profile a constant curve, offering more radiating surface and almost no diffraction from the minimized radiating areas. The homogeneity and purity of the diffusion from top highs to lows are constant. The gain in rigidity with no compromise in weight enables the use of new more powerful rare-earth magnets. It improves significantly the efficiency and the power handling of Baltic. The simultaneous production of both membranes by Cabasse robotized machines guarantees the reliability and the constancy of the performance.
The Cabasse measuring protocol in the anechoic chamber takes into account measurements on the listening axis and at 360° for perfect control of the directivity and global power output in keeping with the Cabasse HDSE principle (Homogeneous Distribution of the Sonic Energy). Direct and reflected sounds are homogeneous, the sound stage wide and stable.