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Uni-Fi’s flagship floorstander offers advanced technology with its concentric midrange/high-frequency transducer & proprietary aluminum-cone drivers. A 3-way, bass-reflex design that delivers a sound unequalled at this price point.
Like a precision instrument, Uni-Fi’s flagship floorstander offers advanced technology with its concentric midrange/high-frequency transducer and proprietary aluminum-cone drivers. These support a 3-way, bass-reflex design that delivers a sound unequalled at their price point. Add a subwoofer to create a very serious two-channel system, or use it as the heart of a no-compromise surround set up.
Speaker type: 3-way, bass reflex
Tweeter: 1 x 1-inch soft dome, concentrically mounted
Midrange: 1 x 4-inch aluminum cone
Woofer: 3 x 5.25-inch aluminum cone
Crossover frequency: 270 / 2,700 Hz
Frequency response: 42 to 25,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 85 dB at 2.83 v/1m
Recommended amplifier power: 40 to 140 Watt / channel
Peak power handling: 140 Watt / channel
Nominal impedance: 4 Ω; minimum 3.4 Ω
Binding posts: 5-way custom
Magnetic shielding: No
Cabinet finishes: Black brushed vinyl
Accessories included: Magnetic fabric grille
Height (no feet): 38.0 in / 965mm
Width: 7.87" / 200 mm
Depth: 10.7" / 273 mm
Introducing the ELAC Uni-Fi series. It’s what happens when Andrew Jones accepts the challenge of creating loudspeakers that deliver the value of Debut in an even higher-performance package. For the rst time in ELAC’s history, the superiority of a concentric driver comes to an a ordable family of loudspeakers.
ELAC’s chief engineer explains how Uni-Fi speakers build on a new foundation: “My goal with the Uni-Fi series was to create a line of speakers with technology and performance normally reserved for speakers costing signi cantly more. By going with a 3-way design and employing a new in-house developed concentric driver, I’ve achieved a sound that is more true to the music than similar priced products.”
Because of its point source characteristics, a concentric design, combining a tweeter and midrange diaphragm into a uni ed source—delivers the most coherent and accurate reproduction across the treble and midrange frequency spectrums. Because of their high cost, concentric drivers are traditionally used in only the more expensive systems. All three Uni-Fi models—bookshelf, oorstanding and center-channel—can be the basis of an outstanding 2-channel system or used to build an awe-inspiring multi-channel surround-sound system. Add an ELAC subwoofer to rock your world of music and movies like you have never imagined.