Orpheo loudspeakers have a 2.5-way configuration implemented with all-ceramic transducers and a carefully designed crossover network.
The box that houses each transducer and the box that houses the crossover network separately are manufactured with several layers of materials with different characteristics: the first internal layer is absorbent for high frequencies; the next one includes a concrete sheet with fibers and high rigidity, and the third one is made of HDF; These layers have different acoustic properties to prevent the cabinet from resonating at frequencies that add harmonics to the signal.
The transducers have an aluminum ceramic membrane and high-rigidity, low-mass titanium voice coils for very low distortion and high internal velocity to maintain harmonic integrity.
The crossover network is a core part of all Margules loudspeakers, as it makes the transducers operate in optimal parameters by aligning the time and phase of the signal and the correct intensity of each to achieve a linear response. and realistic, generating the characteristic sound of Margules. The Orpheo also has a system that corrects and controls the dispersion pattern, achieving a three-dimensional image of an implausible realism.
These networks are of the first order with an air core to avoid saturation; They include audiophile-grade components with swift response to transients and microdynamics, guaranteeing coloration-free sound reproduction through a wide dynamic range, as is customary in our home.
The aesthetic design uses natural elements combined with a high-tech nano-auto repair coating in case of scratches.
The front is carved from a piece of Tzalam wood from self-sustaining communities in Mérida, Yucatán. Its oil finish does not pollute and can be easily maintained and repaired.
Response: 40-30 kHz
Impedance: 8 ohms
Allowable power: 120w
Weight: 45 kg each
Dimensions (height, width, length): 125 cm x 20cm x 26cm