Units: 1 x 1 "WB Fibonacci hybrid silk carbon treble, 1 x 7" WB tactic 3.0 midrange, 2 x 7 "WB tactical 3.0 bass, 2 x 7" WB tactical 3.0 bass, 4 x 7 "WB isobaric drive system bass
Impedance: 4.5 ohm
Sensitivity: 89dB on 1m axis, 2.83v input
Frequency response: 24hz-30khz + / - 2dB
Weight: 145kg / piece
The latest flagship of Wilson Benesch, eminence (Pope), spent several years figuring out the technology for making perfect full frequency units. With the help of new technologies such as 3D printing, the achievements of this decade have been sharpened.
2.5 sound path design, the upward extension of the bass unit still needs to be cut off, but the downward extension of the midrange unit is not cut off, so that the downward extension of the mid bass unit is all the way down to the limit of the unit. The third generation tactic III unit is upgraded with 3D printed carbon fiber polymer Fibonacci series damper. With this special damper, the most linear full frequency unit in the world is finally produced. The semisphere tweeter is a design that Jinchi is proud of. They add special filamentous carbon fiber material into the silk film, which optimizes the balance between stiffness and damping characteristics, and achieves extremely wide high frequency response. It is flexible and easy to drive, and has no hairiness. Action III mezzo and tactic Although the III subwoofer is also a diaphragm made of special polypropylene filament drawing, weaving and curing, the fiber thickness of the surface braided is different. The midrange unit is thinner, and the bass unit is thicker. The 7-inch midrange unit is designed through the power amplifier without a splitter. The special mechanical sound splitting technology is used to achieve frequency division by relying on the unit's own characteristics and speaker structure. If the midrange unit does not pass through the splitter, there will be no phase confusion and drift. Jinchi sets the treble frequency divider at 5KHz to pursue the minimum phase error.
All units are designed and manufactured by ourselves. All Jinchi loudspeaker units use powerful neodymium magnets, which have the advantages of small size and high magnetic beam density. In addition to the treble and midrange units, the MTM units have their own airtight boxes in addition to the unique carbon fiber diaphragm formula and voice coil design above and below the main sound producing area. They use the "mechanical characteristics, natural attenuation" mode to achieve the purpose of frequency division. This is also to reduce the phase drift caused by the splitter, so that the positioning is more accurate and the tone is more transparent. With high efficiency isobaric structure, there are four shining 7-inch units under the Pope's speaker. In fact, the two units near the top have independent closed boxes, and the two units below have independent airtight boxes. They are isobaric push-pull matrix Tactic) is designed to allow the inner subwoofer to work together with the outer subwoofer to achieve superimposed energy performance.
The minimalist splitter design, due to the simplified frequency division between the midrange and treble units, only a single inductor and capacitor is used to make the simplest first-order sound splitter. On the one hand, it avoids the phase drift, makes the positioning more accurate and the voice color more transparent. The advanced 3dcad / CAM system is designed. This design system was originally used for the research and development of military and aerospace products. In order to achieve the ultimate performance of geometric physics acoustics, the carbon fiber top designed by using the principle of natural acoustic arc and the curved composite shell like carving art are used to eliminate the acoustic diffraction interference and the occurrence of standing waves inside the speaker. Finally, the speaker is invisible in the listening room Only music and beautiful curves are left. The leading composite material technology was once rated as one of the top companies in the UK that really mastered the carbon fiber technology. In 1989, it was funded by the British Trade and Industry Bureau and began a series of related research on advanced materials and acoustics. The unique carbon fiber alloy box structure has been famous all over the world. The carbon fiber panels on both sides of the eminence Pope's speaker are beautifully curved, and the tail is on the metal keel. The design of the speaker and the aluminum alloy base of the bottom stack is almost natural.