Krix Phoenix Floorstanding Speaker Review
Frequency Range: 35Hz - 20kHz in room response
Power Handling: Maximum 150 watts RMS amplifier power into 4 ohms
Sensitivity: 90dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre
Configuration: Point source dual 6½ inch 2 way bi-wirable / bi-ampable
Bass Driver(s): Fibre reinforced moulded polymer baskets with 2 x 165mm (6½") doped paper cones. 25mm (1") vented magnet, voice coil wound on high temperature aluminium former
Tweeter: 28mm (1") doped fabric dome. Ferro fluid cooled. Double magnet shielded
Crossover Points: 1.9kHz
Impedance: Nominally 4 ohms
Enclosure Type: Bass reflex, rear vented with internal / external flaring
Dimensions: 935mm high x 205mm wide x 320 deep
Material: 17mm MDF, heavily braced
Finish: Vinyl or lacquered timber veneer
Volume: 39 litres internal
Weight: 19kg each
- Deep bass
- Small form factor for a floorstander
- Wide soundstage/good off-axis response
- Limited dynamic range
- Bright highs
- Recessed mids at normal seated position
- Highest fidelity convergence too low for tradition seating
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That ever-rising treble should compensate nicely for 75+ year old men with severe hearing loss. The Krix seems to have been designed with such people in mind!
I have read a few times where people use this CD to test thier setup. Where can I find it. I search on Yahoo does not return any results for a CD.
Thanks in advance.