The Anat Reference is the most realistic sounding loudspeaker today. Its cabinet is made of aircraft aluminum, with a total weight of 280-440 pounds per channel - active subwoofer and passive
main module. The crossover
is optimized individually for each loudspeaker pair. So accurate is the complete design that it clearly breaks the current barriers of audio reproduction.
The measured performance of the YG Acoustics Anat Reference is exceptional, and correlates to its perceived sonic quality. In addition to a flat frequency response both on- and off-axis, the phase difference between the tweeter and mid-woofers is near zero at all frequencies, meaning that they radiate as one integral unit. This unique feature is a YG Acoustics specialty, and allows for an amazing soundstage, normally only associated with single-driver loudspeakers.
In order to ensure that every set of loudspeakers that leaves our production facility is as accurate as the original prototype, we use a thorough quality control process. In fact, every Anat Reference set goes through the same set of measurements used for developing the model, and crossover units are designed specifically for it.
Deviation: Less than +/- 0.7dB in the audible band.
Filters: Acoustic 4th-order Linkwitz-Riley crossover.
Impedance: 4 ohms nominal, 2 ohms minimum.
Amplifier: Class A/B 200 watts
Dimensions: H 48" x W 13" x D 23"
Weight: 280 lbs.