WOOD FIBRE CONES
Our low-loss drivers uses a mix of low-mass paper cones with wood fibre reinforcement. The embedded wood fibres give the surface an uneven structure, which dramatically minimizes the resonance of the surface. This creates the best possible reproduction of every detail in the audio signal.
The amplifier friendly design makes the SPEKTOR series a perfect fit for almost any of the amplifiers in its price category. No matter if we look at compact Hi-Fi, stereo amplifiers or surround receivers, SPEKTOR will bring out the best in them, showing you just how good music and movies can sound.
SOFT DOME TWEETER
The dome tweeter offers best-in-class resolution with an extended frequency response, wide dispersion and low coloration. A clear heritage from our high-end series. The tweeter is based on an ultra-lightweight weaved fabric, which weighs less than half of the market standard (0.056 mg/mm2).
LOW SIGNAL LOSS
By using only DALI designed and custom-built drivers, the need for frequency correction in the crossover is eliminated. This enables us to design an exact crossover which together with carefully selected quality components ensures that the signal loss is close to zero.
AWARDS & REVIEWS
"The DALI SPEKTOR 6 speaker brought the atmosphere in our listening room to a whole new level."
Son & Video's Blog (FR)Read the full review
"In spite of strong competition the SPEKTOR set wins without problems the first place in this market segment."
AREA DVD (DE)Read the full review
"These speakers display a breadth of talent few similarly priced alternatives can match."
WHAT HI-FI? (UK)Read the full review
"The complete 5.0 system represents good or even better value for money."
AUDIO (PL)Read the full review
"Listening to the sound is like sitting in your favorite chair reading a book with a cup of tea."
StereoLife (PL)Read the full review
"Offers an exact and full rendering of the voices"
Les Années LaserRead the full review
"Delivers a real home cinema experience at a reasonable price point"
VIDEO (DE)Read the full review