Utah-based Zu Audio has created another speaker from the Soul series – after Zu Audio Soul 2, the Zu Audio Soul 6 came out immediately. It is less than a meter high in the form of a four-sided truncated pyramid with a square base. At the top of one of the edges, you can see a lone speaker with a small central “horn”.
The speaker enclosures are made of African okume wood. And their 10-inch Eminence speaker is a non-serial custom model built to Zu’s specifications. Added a crossover-equipped tweeter in the center.
The speakers are ready to accept power up to 150W in the channel, working out the lower frequency limit of 45Hz with an unevenness of -3 dB. The manufacturer decided that in small rooms it is quite possible to do without a subwoofer. At the same time, the sensitivity of the Zu Soul 6 was 99 dB, which will allow you to voice more rooms.
You will be able to get the first Zu Soul 6 at the beginning of July. You will be able to return the speakers in the United States within 120 days.
In the US, a pair of Zu Audio Soul 6 speakers will cost $6,000.