The Totaldac d100 loudspeakers have been designed to offer the most natural music reproduction while being compatible with your living room and without being too expensive.
Their high sensitivity allows them to produce a very controlled sound at all frequencies and with realistic and rich bass, making them suitable for all types of music genres, from classical musicto electronic.
The d100 speakers are so fast that you get the “feeling of being there” with most music tracks, not just with some selected tracks.
During the design phase some music recorded by Totaldacin the large Totaldac auditorium have also been used.
This gave an absolute feeling of how these instruments should sound.The recording equipment will also be used to record the speaker themselves. These corresponding videos will be posted on the Totaldac Youtube channel
The d100 have also been successfully in small rooms.
You can audition them against any other speakers at any price and let the listening test decide which one gives you more pleasure.
A 20-day home trial is possible, just like all Totaldac DACs, streamers and amplifiers.
The first batch is currently in production for delivery to customers in spring of 2021.
Orders are already open.
-98dB @ 1m @ 2.83V even in bass thanks to two 12inch drivers
-2.5way: both 12inch drivers are producing bass but only the top driver is producing midrange as well
-in room response: 35Hz-20KHz
-8ohm average impedance with very smooth variations
-easy matching with any amplifier, even low power triodes -low directivity
-non-metal dome horn tweeter
-equally resolving from top to bottom
-most of the sound is coming from the top of the speaker, giving it a bookshelf speaker coherency
-all audio related components are from Western Europe manufacturers
-protection grills can be ordered separately
-made in France
-13,900euros a pair incl VAT in Europe, 12800euros excl VAT out of Europe
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