Blumenstein AudioNagaThe Naga is a model of Blumenstein Audio. -Natural bamboo with bookmatched Walnut face -Dimensions: 36.5″h, 4″w, 16″d -Removable bamboo base 8.5″w, 18″d This is a gorgeously detailed floor ...1750.00
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The Naga is a model of Blumenstein Audio.
-Natural bamboo with bookmatched Walnut face
-Dimensions: 36.5″h, 4″w, 16″d
-Removable bamboo base 8.5″w, 18″d
This is a gorgeously detailed floor standing speaker, both sonically and visually, designed to be the ideal living room speaker, with full mid-range and fantastic imaging characteristics. They are named after a sacred snake god in Buddhist and Hindu mythology. When viewed as a cross section, the Naga’s ‘W’ horn path resembles the outline of a snake.
The Naga achieves an extreme level of fidelity while maintaining calm control over the fewest parts possible. Five years of optimizing the dimensions and construction of the Naga from the lineage of Tetsuo Nagaoka’s F-81 has taken the exciting, high speed sound inherent to back loaded horns to the next level.
The 12-foot folded channel inside the enclosure gives the driver a lot of room to breathe, yielding a warm and omnipresent mid-range. The resulting sound seems to appear out of nowhere and transitions down seamlessly into upper bass. The ability for the driver to excite and work with the entire air column within the folded horn allows for a higher upper-volume limitation.
The front width of the speaker is exactly the width of the Modified Fostex FE83en driver frame, making these some of the best imaging speakers in the world.
Due to the narrow baffle, the Nagas have high and even frequency dispersion characteristics, resulting in a natural sense of acoustic space in a recording. This narrow baffle and wonderful little driver also make the frequency response both measurably and subjectively flat.
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