Dali Zensor 7 - Black by Dali Speakers
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Standing 97.8 cm, the flagship model of the series is both noticeable and contemporarily becoming in its high-gloss lacquered finish. If you really need the full blown sonic experience in a mid to large sized room at an affordable level, this is where to go!
Being the Magnus Opus of the series, only ZENSOR 7 is equipped with 2x7” woofers. The larger cone area on all ZENSOR’s compared to market standards ensures a highly effortless and authentic reproduction of musical dynamics. Add to this a 25 mm soft dome tweeter, which, in order to reproduce high frequencies of uppermost accuracy, is just half the weight of most soft dome tweeters on the market today.
Every detail is handled with care. A few examples: the stylish, rounded edges reduces diffractions, which minimizes distortion; solid aluminium complements the front baffle; an aluminium base elevates the speaker from the floor; and a detachable front grille is included for flexible appearances.
In other words: Our vision is not to make another traditional loudspeaker, but to have it be a unique and fully satisfying experience against the backdrop of our roots and core values. Thus ZENSOR 7 is capable of reproducing the finest details from a stereo signal and serving as the truly powerful speaker – by itself or as forceful front speaker in a surround set up.
We give you: DALI ZENSOR 7 – power and detail, when you need it.
Speaker Type: Front
Frequency Range (+/-3 dB) [Hz]: 40 - 26.500
Sensitivity (2,83 V/1 m) [dB]: 90,0
Nominal Impedance [Ω]: 6
Maximum SPL [dB]: 110
Recommended Amplifier Power [W]: 40 - 150
Crossover Frequency [Hz]: 2.400 Hz
High Frequency Driver: 1 x 25 mm Soft Textile Dome
Low Frequency Driver: 2 x 7" Wood Fibre Cone
Enclosure Type: Bass Reflex
Bass Reflex Tuning Frequency [Hz]: 40,0
Connection input(s): Single Wire
Magnetic Shielding: No
Recommended Placement: Floor
Recommended Distance From Wall [cm]: 20 - 80
Weight [kg]: 14.9
Accessories Included: Manual
Optional Accessories: White Grille
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Dimensions With Base (HxWxD) [mm]: 994 x 257 x 320
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