This dual stage approach allows us to adhere to the fundamental principals of loudspeaker design without cutting any corners. While our work in the digital domain enables us to bring out sonic details and maintain fidelity to the original recording in a way that sets us apart even within the audiophile community.

All of our products feature Digital Signal Processing at their core. This has a number of benefits over a traditional home audio system.

Digital inputs cancel the need for digital to analogue conversion at the source.
The source signal stays in the digital domain all the way to the amplifiers.
Additionally, the crossover is done in the digital domain.
This allows for it to be executed at the line level, with no amplified signal being sent though the crossover to be distorted.
This also allows for critical Phase Linear, Time Aligned, optimized amplifier to driver matching.
As well as an extremely finely tuned, digitally EQ’ed frequency response.

Crossover slopes are steeper than any traditional analogue crossovers can attempt.
16th order, 96db per octave slopes mean each driver is free from the demands of reproducing notes beyond the extremes of the range they were designed to reproduce, dramatically reducing distortion.

With Zero Phase crossover alignment, phase and group delay distortion are eliminated to provide a coherent soundstage with exceptional imaging.
This also means that the crossover itself leaves an exceedingly small footprint on the frequency range compared to traditional crossovers.

Studio quality Texas Instruments SRC4392 sample rate converters upsample the digital audio input for pristine resolution and professional jitter reduction.