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  • Wilson Audio: Duette Series-2
    Introduction Features Specifications Technical Specs Drivers Woofer Size 8 inches 19 63 cm Woofer Material Hard Paper Pulp Enclosure Type Rear Ported Enclosure Material X Material with S Material Baffle Tweeter Size 1 inch Dome 2 54 cm Tweeter Material Doped Silk Fabric Enclosure Type Sealed Enclosure Material X Material with S Material Baffle Product Weight Weight Per Channel Uncrated Duette 45 lbs 20 41 kg Novel Crossover 24 lbs 10 89 kg Stand 65 lbs 29 48 kg Shipping Weight System Crated Shipping Weight Duette Novel 130 lbs 58 97 kg Shipping Weight of Duette 106 lbs 48 08 kg Shipping Weight of Stand 122 lbs 55 34 kg Measurements Nominal Impedance 4 ohms minimum 4 35 ohms 160Hz Sensitivity 92dB 1W 1m 1k Frequency Response 33Hz 21kHz 3dB Room Average Response RAR Minimum Amplification Power Recommended 20 watts channel Dimensions Duette Enclosure Height 18 1 2 inches 46 99 cm w o spikes Width 10 1 2 inches 26 66 cm Depth 16 1 16 inches 40 82 cm Novel Crossover Height 11 1 2 inches 29 21 cm Width 4 15 16 inches 12 54 cm Depth 9 3 16 inches 23 28 cm Dedicated Stand with

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  • Wilson Audio: Polaris
    as the immovable center above the North Pole The task of a center channel loudspeaker is to provide the grounded centered aural point around which swirl the action music and emotion of the home theater experience Polaris The North Star is in reality a triple star system Similarly Polaris the loudspeaker was conceived to serve more than a single function Polaris is a low profile flagship speaker designed to solve architectural challenges such as where a tall loudspeaker would obstruct a window view or intersect a wall to wall theater screen Whether it is employed as a reference quality center channel or as a low profile music system Polaris is engineered to achieve the same levels of performance as Wilson Audio s flagship loudspeakers Alexandria Series 2 and MAXX Series 3 To create a low profile loudspeaker worthy to occupy the same space literally or figuratively as Alexandria and MAXX meant that several design challenges had to be met Polaris had to incorporate Wilson s flagship loudspeakers characteristic tonal accuracy and coherence It had to meet the same standards of dynamic contrast and speed Finally it had to achieve the level of transparency detail and spatial resolution that set Alexandria

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  • Wilson Audio: Polaris
    are acoustically semi transparent This means the tweeter back wave reflecting off the enclosure baffle will partially propagate through the diaphragm adding an overlay of grain and distortion to the front waveform The use of proprietary materials along with Wilson developed mechanical configurations have proved extremely effective in reducing this form of noise which though minute is nonetheless both measurable and audible robbing the high frequencies of the last degree of transparency and clarity The Polaris Tweeter is a one Inch Inverted Dome design modified to Wilson specifications at the factory The tweeter enclosure uses Wilson s latest proprietary S material for the interior baffle Rear wave reflections are essentially eliminated resulting in high frequencies that are extended sweet highly resolved and grain free The Alexandria Polaris midrange was developed in house to Wilson s specifications in partnership with a new driver manufacturer Because of its extraordinary alacrity and freedom from intertransient noise this driver is able to resolve the earliest reflections 20 to 80 milliseconds generated by acoustic instruments in a particular performing environment that are critical to imparting to those instruments their distinct sonic signature in that environment This is in large measure why Alexandria and now Polaris

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  • Wilson Audio: Polaris
    adding an overlay of grain and distortion to the front waveform The use of proprietary materials along with Wilson developed mechanical configurations have proved extremely effective in reducing this form of noise which though minute is nonetheless both measurable and audible robbing the high frequencies of the last degree of transparency and clarity The Polaris Tweeter is a one Inch Inverted Dome design modified to Wilson specifications at the factory The tweeter enclosure uses Wilson s latest proprietary S material for the interior baffle Rear wave reflections are essentially eliminated resulting in high frequencies that are extended sweet highly resolved and grain free The Alexandria Polaris midrange was developed in house to Wilson s specifications in partnership with a new driver manufacturer Because of its extraordinary alacrity and freedom from intertransient noise this driver is able to resolve the earliest reflections 20 to 80 milliseconds generated by acoustic instruments in a particular performing environment that are critical to imparting to those instruments their distinct sonic signature in that environment This is in large measure why Alexandria and now Polaris is unparalleled in creating convincingly realistic portrayal of live music The Polaris ten inch woofer developed specifically for this loudspeaker was

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  • Wilson Audio: Polaris
    of audio Dave Wilson discusses Polaris Polaris Videos Images Introduction Features Specifications Technical Specs Drivers Tweeter Size 1 inch inverted dome 2 54 cm Midranges Sizes 7 inch 17 78 cm 7 inch 17 78 cm Woofers Sizes 9 5 inch 24 13 cm 9 5 inch 24 13 cm Measurements Sensitivity 94 dB 1 watt one meter 1 kHz Nominal Impedance 4 ohms 2 2 ohms minimum 49 Hz

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  • Wilson Audio: Polaris
    2 54 cm Midranges Sizes 7 inch 17 78 cm 7 inch 17 78 cm Woofers Sizes 9 5 inch 24 13 cm 9 5 inch 24 13 cm Measurements Sensitivity 94 dB 1 watt one meter 1 kHz Nominal Impedance 4 ohms 2 2 ohms minimum 49 Hz Frequency Response 3 dB 20 Hz 21 kHz Room Average Response Minimum Amplifier Power 20 watts per channel Dimensions Height 29

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  • Wilson Audio: Mezzo
    to adequately meet needs that fall outside the typical listening room home theater environments Wilson has a long and storied history of developing products for specific applications The first product to fit that definition was the Wilson Audio Tiny Tot or WATT Long before it became the mid and upper range part of the venerable WATT Puppy combo the best selling over 10k loudspeaker in audio history it was originally designed as a portable location monitor The WATT played a significant role in the series of audiophile quality records Dave engineered in the mid nineteen eighties The WATT s original heritage was thereafter evident by the machined aluminum handle that traversed the rear blades a safe and convenient way for Dave to carry the monitor to and from recording locales When used as a center channel Mezzo seamlessly matches the acoustic signature of Wilson s remarkable Sasha Indeed the Mezzo features a driver complement nearly identical to the Sasha the exception being the midrange driver which is borrowed from the legendary Alexandria X 2 The Mezzo also provides an unprecedented level of musical accuracy in music systems and home theaters where its low profile form solves architectural challenges such as

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  • Wilson Audio: Mezzo
    centers are equidistant from the listener The tweeter module is adjustable via a provided chart according to ear height and listening distance and for a variety of Mezzo installation strategies Whether the Mezzo is installed directly on the floor on one of two custom designed stands or in custom cabinets the Mezzo s drivers can be properly aligned to accommodate these scenarios The Mezzo crossover features technology adapted from the Sasha W P which in turn found it genesis in the Series 2 Alexandria and the MAXX Series 3 The goal was to reduce propagation delay jitter noise generated as a result interactions between the different crossovers Mezzo s overall resolution intertransient silence dynamic speed and nuance are nearly identical to the Sasha W P S material is a relatively new Wilson enclosure composite designed in conjunction with the Sasha W P The Mezzo s S material front baffle reduces measurable and audible noise and coloration in the critical midrange Wilson s proprietary X material is used in the balance of the enclosure walls continuing Wilson s practice of building ultra low resonance cabinets The Mezzo is available with two stands The Hourglass Stand features a solid front plinth which allows for 2pi Steradian support of the midrange and woofer drivers resulting in more linear and impactful performance in the upper bass and lower midrange The second optional stand features a pedestal that can be customized for different heights Drivers The tweeter which finds its origins in the Sasha W P uses advanced technology and material in the area behind the diaphragm All tweeter diaphragms are partially acoustically transparent Any out phase or time delayed reflections that make their way out of the front of the diaphragm is heard and measured as noise and distortion The Mezzo tweeter employs proprietary

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