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Wilson-Benesch Develop Composite Audio

  • Friday, 12th March 2004
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The latest development from the Wilson-Benesch loudspeakers range is a new floor standing design, the Curve, which utilises composite technology.

The structural elements are all made from materials more commonly seen in advanced engineering systems and include advanced carbon composite structures and unique polymer composite diaphragms. The structural integrity of the Curve is a benchmark and provides a clarity and precision that would be impossible to achieve with conventional loudspeaker materials technology.

The carbon fibre design allies 24 materials to achieve a rigid and non-resonant structure with the metal base and spikes providing a suitable foundation.


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