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Dali Rubicon 8, surprisingly excellent sound for your pleasure

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Dali Rubicon 8
Audio   The Rubicon series utilizes the same SMC technology and soft dome diaphragm

The floor standing flagship of the Rubicon series, the Dali Rubicon 8, will provide you with a mind blowing large soundstage and an impressive deep, physical bass.

Dali Rubicon 8The Rubicon series utilizes the same SMC technology and soft dome diaphragm. The Rubicon 8 has no less than three drivers that all kick in at different frequencies. This setup ads up to what in effect is a 2½+½+½-way construction, and generates an amazing range and impressive sound pressure. The Rubicon 8 is for those seeking the extraordinary in size and sound. Upping the audio ante to the extreme, the Rubicon 8 is quite simply stunning in terms of the epic soundstage it presents.

Dali Rubicon 8The trio of woofers work by kicking in at different frequencies, making the Rubicon 8 loudspeaker, the pinnacle of your entry into the world of high-end audio at a mid-range price. Delivering a totally transparent image with a richness of detail that recreates the passion of a live performance, the wider sound dispersion afforded by Dali hybrid tweeter helps the Rubicon 8 fill even the most sizeable of spaces with the purest audio your ears will ever witness.

Dali Rubicon 8The hybrid tweeter module is a Dali trademark and for the Rubicon series, it is build in Denmark. The hybrid tweeter module, combines the dome tweeter with the ribbon tweeter for an amazing rendering of the high frequencies. With a pole piece constructed entirely from SMC, surrounded by a slitted copper cap, and enclosed within a large ferrite magnet, the effect of the SMC is focused and maximised, and reduces distortion as never heard before.

Dali Rubicon 8Dividing the mid-range and basse drivers into separated chambers enables us to individually tune every driver to its specific frequency range to maximise the woofer output. Using a wood fibre cone gives the in-house build woofer a light, rigid and randomly uneven membrane. Making it easy to move ensures even piston like movements and reduces the possibility of surface resonance greatly.

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