GRADIENT HELSINKI 1.5


DIPOLE BASS

Rooms develop strong peaks and dips below 200Hz - these are determined by the three dimensions of the room ie. the Length Width and Height. The most audibly damaging node arises from the shortest room dimension, usually the floor to ceiling height. Dipole bass stimulates bass in just one direction (the direction of driver excursion) and not the other two. In this way the speaker reduces nodes due to the ceiling height and the direction 90 degrees from the radiating direction.

INTELLIGENT BASS ADJUSTMENT

Bass response of the Gradient Helsinki can be adjusted by tilting the speaker. Tilting has a noticeable effect on bass reproduction. The more you toe-in, the stronger bass you will get. Also the further away from the wall you use them, more sideways towards the wall they can be positioned.

ALSO FOR SMALL ROOMS

In a small listening room or with rather wide backwall, you can also experiment with very different placement than previously described. By positioning Gradient Helsinki’s backglass straight against the backwall you’ll get very open and dynamic soundstage without much of a space for loudspeaker placement. In this position woofers should face magnets outwards.

FINISHES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE

Gradient Helsinki is designed and hand built in Finland with professional craftsmanship and very high quality materials. In addition to the variety of standard finishes, Gradient Helsinki may be customized with a huge variety of options. Multiple colors and real wood veneers allow personalized speakers for every taste. More about available custom finishes can be found here.


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