Position – Floor standing
Ways – 3
Drivers – BC10 coaxial midrange-tweeter: 10 cm ring – 2.7cm dome. Woofer: 2 x 17MD18LB1 Duocell
Cross-over points – 900 – 3 400 Hz
Frequency response – 59 – 23 000 Hz
Sensitivity 1 W / 1 m – 90 dB
Nominal impedance – 8 ohms
Minimal impedance – 3,4 ohms
Power handling – 110 W
Peak power – 770 W
Dimensions (H x W x D) – 110 x 25 x 35 cm
Weight – 24 kg
Java mc40. A new sonic world rich of precison and realism
Major innovation, the new MC40 range is dedicated to all the music lovers looking for a new high-fidelity experience. With the introduction of SCS high-end technology in this price segment, Cabasse invites you to discover a new sonic world rich of precision, realism and 3D sound stage. Fitted with the new BC10 2-way coaxial unit and twin 17 cm Duocell woofers, the 3-way Java MC40 speakers bring live sound emotion with elegance and unrivaled value.
Coaxial midrange tweeter
Developed from the TC23, the three-way co-axial driver fitted to the top of the range speakers, including the flagships “La Sphère” and “l’Océan”, the BC10 offers a faithful reproduction of timbres with no artificial coloration or lassitude in long listening, and provides a soundstage with unrivaled realism and depth in this price segment.
Duocell cone woofers
The 17 cm (7”) woofers of Java are fitted with a Duocell cone designed by Cabasse and manufactured by Cabasse robots. The very light, but rigid and nicely damped membrane has an exponential profile and variable thickness, to obtain the most of long throw systems and powerful magnets. They bring the full precision and vivacity required for high fidelity, true to live, sound.
Cross-overs with variable slopes
The Cabasse development protocol combines numerous measurements in an anechoic room, combining on-axis and 360° results. It guarantees a perfect control of both the directivity index and the total radiated power all along the frequency bandwidth to match the SCS principles. It is a key process, together with listening sessions, in the development of the cross-over boards. The slopes can vary from 6 to 24 dB per octave for an optimal acoustical phasing, taking into account the influence of the external shape of the enclosure to optimize the qualities of the co-axial drive-units.