Compact Reference Speaker

    This powerful little speaker model is the baby sister to Technical Audio Devices’ $70,000-per-pair flagship, the Reference One. The Compact Reference, or CR-1, uses a mid-range cone driver and beryllium dome tweeter in a point-source arrangement in conjunction with a Coherent Source Transducer to deliver a potent frequency range from 250 Hz all the way up to 100 kHz. This response provides an enormous amount of headroom for a truly remarkable level of coherency.

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