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Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker

May 7, 2009 By HE Staff



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Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker
Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker
Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker

Bringing the magic of masterfully played tones home.

Built from solid wood, Boenicke Audio's W20SE speakers provide a claimed neutral and natural sound.

They were designed to be more like musical instruments.

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The W20SE speakers are made of solid Swiss Stone Pine or Spruce Fir Moon. The advantage of wood, Boenicke claims, is that this live material can expand or contract providing for a greater sonic experience, according to Boenicke Audio. 

Available in a black walnut wood or custom-made natural oil finish, the W20SE loudspeakers have just a single peace crossover between the woofers and the tweeter. The dual 7.9-inch woofers have lacquered paper diaphragms and reach down to 20 Hz. The RAAL True Ribbon tweeter incorporates a custom-made cryo-treated silver wire audio transformer by Audio consulting. The tweeter is claimed to reach up to 100 kilohertz.

Custom-made supports from made from bell-bronze allow for a small but essential horizontal freedom of movement. Boenicke claims that users will lose a bit of punch in the bass but will get an airy midrange and treble.

The impedance is a claimed 3 ohms with a sensitivity of 95 dB.

The company recommends operating and storing any W-Series Speaker in air humidity conditions within plus or minus 20 percent.

PRICE: $40,000
CONTACT: boenicke-audio.ch

Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker

 Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker

 Boenicke Audio W20SE Loudspeaker

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