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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-22-2011 11:49 AM
liyucmh Nautilus is beautiful,I like it very much.
02-28-2008 07:04 PM

The B&W Nautilus has been greeted worldwide as an outstanding loudspeaker which will shape the direction of the audio industry well into the new millennium. Already sought after by cognoscenti, it has been unashamedly designed with the serious audiophile in mind, not only because of its size and shape but also because of its active design - the crossover network is positioned between the pre and power amplifiers. This means that a full Nautilus system needs one stereo pre-amplifier and eight monobloc or four stereo power amplifiers per pair (amplifiers of 100 watts upwards are recommended, with 500 watts being the optimum for the low frequency drive unit).

Technical Features
Nautilus tube loading
Active crossover
Description 4-way tube-loaded loudspeaker system
Drive units 1x 300mm (12 in) aluminium cone bass
1x 100mm (4 in) aluminium/polymer sandwich cone lower midrange
1x 50mm (2 in) aluminium dome upper midrange
1x 25mm (1 in) aluminium dome high-frequency
Frequency range -6dB at 10Hz and 25kHz
Frequency response 40Hz - 20kHz 1dB on reference axis
Dispersion Within 2dB of response on reference axis
Horizontal: over 60 arc
Vertical: over 10 arc
Crossover frequencies 220Hz, 880Hz, 3.5kHz
Power amplifier requirements 4 channels per speaker, rated
100W - 300W continuous into ohms on unclipped programme
(each channel to have identical gain and phase)
Height: 1210mm (47.6 in)
Width: 430mm (16.9 in)
Depth: 1105mm (43.5 in)
Net weight
Speaker: 44.5kg (98 lb)
Plinth: 42kg (92 lb)
Total: 86.5kg (190 lb)
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