After a tantalising display at the recent UK Audio Show, Acoustic Energy has officially launched what it describes as its most significant loudspeaker to date.
The three-way Corinium (which is the Roman name for Cirencester, Acoustic Energy’s hometown) follows three years of in-house development. Its cutting edge tech includes a new tweeter, formed from a unique soft dome material that claims to be lighter than carbon fibre with lower coloration.
Iets carbon fibre mid and bass drivers are borrowed from those fitted to the brand’s 500 Series with uprated ultra-rigid cones and long throw voice coils in a low hysteresis motor structure.
Also supporting twin 165mm bass drivers, the Corinium’s curved cabinet is a hybrid ‘Resonance Suppression Composite’ (RSC) design boasting a thickness of up to 45mm and houses audio grade internal wiring, with a patented arrangement of conductors.
Available in real wood veneer, matt black, matt white and stunning metallic British Racing Green finishes, pricing starts at £6,000 per pair.
Find out more at Acoustic Energy.