With a focus on zero loss, no latency and easy setup, the wireless connection only requires power to be fully working, which means easy change of setup and no installation of audio cords. The wireless connection between RUBICON C and the HUB will even work without any Wi-Fi signal active, due to the direct connection between the units.
SMC MAGNET SYSTEM
With a pole piece constructed entirely from SMC, surrounded by a slitted copper cap, and enclosed within a large ferrite magnet, the effect of the SMC is focused and maximised, and reduces distortion as never heard before.
SOFT DOME TWEETER
With a clear heritage from our high-end series, the lightweight dome tweeter offers best in class resolution.
WOOD FIBRE CONES
Using a wood fibre cone gives the in-house build woofer a light, rigid and randomly uneven membrane. Making it easy to move ensures even piston like movements and reduces the possibility of surface resonance greatly.
RUBICON C DOWNLOADS
AWARDS & REVIEWS
The DALI RUBICON 2-C was featured in a video review by Dutch tech reviewer Hans Beekhuyzen. In the video Hans Beekhuyzen offers a thorough and detailed description of the RUBICON 2-C system and it's many possibilities.
" An attactive modern solution - the RUBICON 2 C is very elegant in appearance and operation"
Hans Beekhuyzen - Youtube Channel (NL)Read the full review
The french online hi-fi magazine, AVCESAR.COM, has been testing the DALI RUBICON 2C + SOUNDHUB and awarded the system with 6 stars as well as a "MUST" badge, calling the listening experience: "pure happiness!".
"In short, Dali has created a complete system of a new type, which probably foreshadows what will be the equipment of tomorrow. An experience to follow and without a doubt will be successful. In any case, we ADORED it!"
AVCESAR (FR)Read the full review
The RUBICON 2C wireless active system receives FIVE stars from What Hi-Fi? in their latest review!
"Dali draws on its past achievements in passive and active speaker design to create this convenient and entertaining all-in-one speaker system"
WHAT HI-FI? (UK)Read the full review