You've probably often wondered how expensive speakers differ from the cheap ones. The answer is simple - components. The more modern technology, from the cabinet to the interior wiring, the better the sound of the speakers. Precisely calculated crossovers, quality speakers, rigid cabinets are always the key to success! But all of this is available at an affordable price. Emotiva T1
The story of Emotiva is very simple: Dan Laufman decided to build his system on the envy of audiophiles and audiophiles, walked around the showrooms, estimated the cost of modern Hi-End components, for which, let's say, he wasn't ashamed. Three times he hiccups, spun his finger at the temple and thought they were all crazy. That's how the Emotiva brand came about. Let's not get into the thought of "finding your sound", the main feature of the team assembled by Dan is the ease of interaction. I have an idea - show me. I liked it - show me. It all came out - cheap and cool.
today we want to tell you about emotiva t1 from the "mainstream" hi-fi collection of airmotiv. it is a slightly "cut" version of the older brother t2: smaller in size, lighter in weight. they are 88 dB and have a peak power of 300 watts per channel with a rated power of 150 watts. the speakers have the signature chopped silhouette characteristic of emotiva and an 8-cornered decorative edging of the diffusers. the front panel, which is 25 mm thick, is covered with several layers of black lacquer with satin finish, which looks very elegant and attractive.
The design is classic, phase-inverter, ports are connected to the rear panel. 4 loudspeaker terminals imply a connection by bi-ampening or bi-wairing - all like the adults of expensive speakers.
The high frequencies are handled by the Air Motion Transformer's signature tweeter ribbon, made of the thinnest mylar film and rolled up with an accordion to increase the usable area of radiation, a design lighter than orthodox mobile systems and used mainly in top-end systems.
A five-quarter-inch midrange cone with a phasing bullet is made from an unusual synthetic woven fibre, suspended in rubber, with two 6-inch drivers made from the same material at the bottom.
Crossovers are equipped with audiophile film capacitors, inductive coils with air cores and precisely selected resistors.
All that's left is to pick up an amplifier that can rock those impressive columns and get them to sing in full voice, and we know it has to be as inexpensive, but as cool as the Emotiva or Parasound amplifier in our review, so you can fully appreciate the clear sound of the tops, the deep bass and the open middle, just like Dan Laufman promises.