Finnish manufacturer Amphion Loudspeakers announces Argon7LS floorstanding loudspeaker. The newcomer replaces the Argon7L model, incorporating the passive radiator design which is already present in Argon3S and Argon3LS. The new front-runner in Amphion’s Argon family of high-end home audio speakers will be demonstrated for the first time at the Integrated Systems Europe in Amsterdam, booth 7-W195, February 7-10, 2017.
Just like all Amphion loudspeaker models, Argon7LS uses the company’s signature approach to crossover design. The crossover is placed at 1600 Hz, which is located outside the most sensitive human hearing range, allowing the use of the tweeter in that area, where our hearing is most perceptive. This way the speakers perform as point-sources, solving the problems we generally experience with coaxial or dual concentric designs, where the tweeter is housed in the moving “waveguide” i.e. the woofer. The specifically designed waveguide creates an even dispersion, allowing you to immerse into a room-wide sweet spot.
Amphion’s acoustic design together with the unique approach to crossover implementation, have proven their value in some of the finest recording, mixing, mastering and postproduction facilities around the globe. Argon7LS loudspeaker uses very similar technologies, fine-tuned for home use, which make it the perfect alternative for those who want to experience their recordings as the producer and artist intended.
Argon7LS sells for EUR 2250 / USD 2800 per piece for standard colours and EUR 2400 / USD 3000 for Walnut veneer, available at authorized Amphion dealers everywhere.