In addition to digital combines, the Evo line from Cambridge Audio will also include acoustics – the Cambridge Audio Evo S, designed specifically to work in tandem with the Evo 75 and Evo 150. These are medium-sized speakers with a minimalist design and a matte soft-touch finish. The symmetry on the front panel is broken only by the logo shifted to the side.
According to the developers, the Evo S tried to combine simplicity, flexibility in use, good looks and high sound quality at the same time. Their body is made of MDF, and the terminals are plated with gold.
For high frequencies, an inch tweeter with a silk dome, covered with a protective grille, is responsible. The midrange / low-frequency range is played by a 6.5-inch speaker with an anodized aluminum diffuser, loaded on the phase inverter (it is output backwards).
Acoustics with a sensitivity of 88 dB and a resistance of 8 ohms play from 50 Hz to 40 kHz and require 25 to 200 watts of power. Small shelves (284x200x216 mm) turned out to be relatively heavy – 7.1kg.
In the US, the Cambridge Audio Evo S will cost $750. No release date has been announced yet.