Amadeus has unveiled their new shallow-depth point source miniature speakers at JTSE. The C Series was created in 2018 through a specific custom development, carried out in coordination with the technical sound team from the Paris-based Chaillot National Theater. The new C3 and C4 miniature speaker models are available now for ordering from Amadeus and can be used for many applications.
We wanted to combine frequency response, intelligibility, and directivity control over an extended spectral range while maintaining a point source – not a line source – design
recalls Marc Piera, Director of the Sound Department at the Chaillot National Theater.
The C15 was thus born, integrating a triaxial transducer, three ways mounted on the same axis, including a 15-inch (38 centimeters) neodymium magnet woofer, and two compression drivers loaded by a large horn. The range has been subsequently extended with the C12, C10, and C6 models, respectively featuring 12, 10, and 6-inch coaxial transducers.
The revival of multichannel sound diffusion, the democratization of sound spatialization, the proliferation of immersive systems as well as our developments around active acoustics have for several years encouraged the design of products and ranges created specifically for these new uses. Expanding the C Series by adding two extremely compact full-range models was a logical and necessary extension,
explains Gaetan Byk, President of Amadeus.
Unlike the C15, C12, C10, and Read more