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  • New XSG LCR7 speaker

    Chane is about to launch a premium new product in The Audio Insider channel. Prelaunch shots follow. This is a hardwood-finished MTM speaker, using a pair of 5.25" drivers and a 25mm dome. The XSG LCR7 (Ex Sn*ll Guys) is an upgrade to one of the nicest front MTM speakers of their size and class. Legendary designers returned for one more go and the result is the top of their game.

    Coming soon. Featuring natural finishes and black satin, perforated metal grilles in two available colors, and premium build throughout.

    Watch this thread for all the details. Product will be priced to move. Limited time only, while supply lasts.

    For coverage of the original LCR7, see here, here, here, and here.

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    Features and specifications.
    • 25mm / 1" dome tweeter
    • 135mm / 5.25" midwoofers
    • Premium heavyweight braced enclosure
    • Choose from black walnut with black metalwork or natural cherry with natural bright metal grille
    • Sealed bass system - use with subwoofer
    • Dimensions 8.5 x 7 x 19in (DxWxL)
    • Weight - 19lbs

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      How would you describe the sound signiture of this speaker when compared to the A2.4?
      Thank you in advance for your insight.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Spawn101 View Post
        How would you describe the sound signiture of this speaker when compared to the A2.4?
        Thank you in advance for your insight.
        The A2.4 is commonly used as a full range bass reflex speaker, meaning it has fundamental bass into the forties. It also has XBL2 midwoofers for substantially more clean output than the conventional 5.25". The planar tweeter goes higher than domes too.

        The LCR7 is a sealed design designed to couple to a bass system. It's design emphasis is on a more present middle and upper range, and it also keeps crossover region energy away from boundaries like walls.

        I can't comment much on the respective subjective sound, but with these generalities in mind you can probably deduce roughly how they differ. The LCR7 is also finished to a very high level - it's a really deluxe product.

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