1 Pr. Black LAT-2000 with Stands. I love these speakers, but must sell. They image as well as the LAT-1000 units. They are almost perfect. One of the Grills is missing 2 strands of rubber. I am looking for a replacement grill, which I will provide to buyer when I find.
The LAT– 2000 loudspeaker has a two-way crossover design, with the woofer and tweeter together on a single circuit board. Each printed circuit board for a LAT loudspeaker is fashioned of 1/8-inch fiberglass with 4-ounce copper traces for superior current flow. Air core inductors and banks of potted WIMA capacitors ensure tight tolerances and high linearity during high power levels.
Continuing in the tradition of the Master Reference Subwoofer, a LAT Series loudspeaker enclosure is constructed entirely of aluminum. “Aluminum is the best material for the job,” C.E.O. Dan D’Agostino explains. “Other than concrete and lead, which are not practical choices, aluminum is the only material that possesses the ideal combination of structural rigidity and resonance damping characteristics. Within the audio passband, our cabinets are sonically inert—something you cannot say about any wood or wood derivative.”
Krell’s knowledge of aluminum extrusion technology has yielded an enclosure that is as purposeful as it is beautiful. Computer-optimized geometry eliminates standing wave interference.
The LAT– 2000 construction is based on the same engineering principles that distin- guish the LAT–1000. The all-aluminum enclosure features wall thickness ranging from 0.75 to 1.0 inch. The curvature of the cabinets is designed to absolutely mini- mize the effects of internal standing waves and external high-frequency diffraction. The vented cabinet of the LAT– 2000 features two rear bass ports. The LAT– 2000 ports are precisely dimensioned, flared, and positioned with respect to the woofer to eliminate turbulence while providing the correct acoustical loading.