So it was only natural that, as he began to develop the new Alexandria, he asked the question, "Why?" Musikverein is a rectangular box. Built in 1870, it doesn't have flying panels programmed by computers to shape the sound. What it has is a near-perfect balance between live and reflected sound. What the reflected sound adds is not discontinuous; instead, these reflections add harmonic complexity and density. Music springs off the stage with alacrity and nuance even at low volume. The Musikverein radiates dynamic intensity and a sense of musical intimacy, even though it seats 1600 people.
Dave knew that's what the new Alexandria needed to sound like. He embarked on a process that involved countless hours of testing and listening trials. In the end, it meant designing an all-new midrange driver and redesigning the tweeter. Finally, each crossover
was meticulously tweaked to exploit these advances.
We're excited for you to discover the emotional intensity of music heard through the Alexandria Series 2.
Enclosure Type Woofer: Front Ported
Enclosure Type Midrange: Rear Ported
Enclosure Type Tweeter: Sealed
Woofers: One - 13 inch (33.0 cm)
One - 15 inch (38.2 cm)
Midrange: Two - 6.75 (17.78 cm)
Tweeter: One - 1 inch inverted dome (2.54 cm)
Super Tweeter: One - 1 inch rear firing (2.54 cm)
Sensitivity: 95 db @ 1 watt (2.83V at one meter)
Nominal Impedance: 4 ohms, 3 ohms minimal
Power: 7 watts per channel
Frequency Response: +0, -3 dB 19.5 Hz - 22.5 kHz
Average in-room response