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Old 22nd July 2009, 07:03   #1
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Spotted this on the Dynaudio web site yesterday....I think this is a new addition to the line-up, please correct me if I'm mistaken...

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Seems like a 3-way Esotar setup is now feasible for all those who are interested
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Hi All

Spotted this on the Dynaudio web site yesterday....I think this is a new addition to the line-up, please correct me if I'm mistaken...

Dynaudio - Authentic Fidelity

Seems like a 3-way Esotar setup is now feasible for all those who are interested
yes, the Dynaudio esotar2 430 midrange. It's been available since CES (around January) , thats where it was announced.

it's a cone midrange as opposed to the esotec MD402 being a sealed back dome, the esotar needs an enclosure though and its 3,5" but it works down to a really great response of around from 200hz up to 7000hz or so with the Fs being 64 Hz

it costs around the same price as the esotar2 110 tweeter which means it is expensive but since midrange is the most important range of frequencies i think this will do a positively topnotch job. I for one would love to use this in a complete three way + esotar sub with two of the 4 channel Tru Technology Super Billet amps.

if my plans of getting the esotar 650's and 110's come right soon then i think that in the long term that is what im aiming for as my final system
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Introducing the DynAudio Esotar2 Series Components. - 16/05/09
DynAudio; like it needs an introduction. However just in case you've been living on another planet and don't know about the speaker genii that are DynAudio click here to find out more. Now we're not here to harp on about DynAudio's qualifications. Rather; we're extremely happy to announce the brand new range of Esotec2 speakers have hit our shores and are ready to rock!

Click on images to enlarge The new Esotar automotive loudspeaker series represents the highest level of incar music reproduction and not just for Dynaudio either. These are among the best drivers in the mobile audio world. The Dynaudio Esotar system, properly installed, will undoubtedly set new performance benchmarks.

Click on images to enlarge From the DynAudio website; "All three completely new Esotar automotive separate drivers feature the highest level of Dynaudio transducer technology and deliver the best in-car sound quality ever offered from the company. High quality materials, meticulous production quality, and precise fit and finish mated to Dynaudio’s most advanced technology results in a stunning sonic performance, allowing listeners to experience music like never before. To read more about these stunning

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As expensive as the 110s. Hmm.

Should be one amazing piece.

Would love to hear and own one.
It hasn't come in India yet, has it?
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