Danish speaker makers Dynaudio have have updated their entry-level Emit line which is available for purchase now. The range consists of two stand-mount models (the $799/pair Emit 10 and $999/pair Emit 20), two floor-standers (the $1,699/pair Emit 30 and $2,249/pair Emit 50), plus one center-channel (the $799 Emit 25C).

“We put the same attention to detail into developing all our products, and we share as much technology as we can across our ranges to bring authentic Dynaudio performance to every speaker we make. Emit might be the entry point, but it offers much more than just a glimpse into our high-end world.” says Dynaudio Senior Acoustic Specialist Stephen Entwistle.

Emit speakers deploy ‘Cerotar’ tweeters (with custom ‘AirFlow’ magnet made from carbonate ferrite+ ceramic) lifted from the acclaimed Evoke series. The airflow optimization in the rear chamber is designed to reduce resonances behind the soft-dome diaphragm. Mid/bass drivers are also derived from the Evoke line with diaphragms made of a home-grown magnesium silicate polymer for “incredible accuracy”. Dynaudio says that each speaker has its own necessary combination of crossover designs for “sonic unity” across the range.

Emit speakers include dual-flared bass-reflex ports to reduce air turbulence and minimize ‘chuffing’ associated with deep bass frequencies, and internal damping material is measured to the gram for the right combination of damping and openness. Cabinets are constructed from 18mm MDF and sport laminate finishes in optional black, white or walnut color schemes. For more information on the Emit series, click here.

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