Rockport Technologies Syzygy speakers

More Rockport Technologies' historical insights... 1994 culminated in the debut of the Syzygy loudspeaker. The second loudspeaker to bear the Rockport Technologies name, the Syzygy was conceived as a smaller, simpler version of the Procyon. The Syzygy was a passive three-way utilizing Eton bass and midrange drivers, and the venerable Dynaudio D260 tweeter. Like the Procyon, its enclosure was a glass fiber/epoxy composite sandwich construction, and featured large chamfers and varying baffle dimensions to minimize diffraction issues, and was the predecessor to the composite enclosures of Rockport loudspeakers to come. Even though the Syzygy was fairly modest in size, it was nearly a full range speaker.