Amphion Argon1 Bookshelf Loudspeaker Review

September 1, 2021 § Leave a comment

https://www.audiophilia.com/reviews/2021/5/19/amphion-argon-loudspeakers

A well designed wave-guide will control the directivity of the tweeter at this critical crossover point, narrowing the dispersion of the lower end of the tweeter to accept the narrowing upper dispersion range of the woofer. This increases the area that the tweeter couples to the ‘air width’ of the woofer, expanding the area of commonality between both speakers. Voila, an ultimately smoother coherence of transition and ranges of sound. Much closer to how humanity hears sound. This is the theory. Easy to describe; inherently difficult to construct. Amphion, however, has mastered the theory and its practical application. Wave-guides and lower crossover points have been part of Amphion’s tradition right from the beginning and their experience clearly shows.

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