Big-Bang-for-Your-Buck Loudspeakers Play with Intoxicating Realism: Full-Range Revel Concerta2 F35 Towers Deliver Airy Openness, Beautiful Timbre, Insightful Detail, and Revealing Clarity
The recipient of a CES Innovation Award and a rave five-star review from What Hi-Fi? magazine, the Revel Concerta2 F35 tower loudspeakers stand as one of the most obvious values in the audio industry. Featuring the same build and engineering as its award-winning sibling, the slightly larger F36, F35 fits in smaller rooms and synchronizes with medium-sized systems with incredible ease. This champion-caliber component reproduces timbre, definition, detail, and dynamics with beguiling expertise and realism.
True to Revel heritage, F35 offers you extreme value by utilizing existing principles, trickle-down technology, and the advantages that come with spending countless hours in acoustic laboratories in pursuit of sonic superiority. Such efforts extend all the way to the gorgeous form-follows-function cabinets. Devoid of any visible fasteners on the top, front, or side panels, rigid, curved side walls and extensive bracing to eliminate coloration as well as contoured inner port walls that both maximizes output and minimizes sound changes at different volumes.
Inside, one-inch aluminum-dome tweeters possess a mechanical resonance far below the operating band, preserving linearity and consistency, while the high-frequency waveguides match the midrange/tweeter's off-axis response to ensure incredible naturalism. Three 5.25-inch anodized aluminum-cone woofers tout micro-ceramic cones as well as ideal symmetry for super-low distortion, photo-finish accuracy, and unfettered cleanliness.
Not for nothing does F35 stand as one of the biggest-bang-for-your-buck loudspeaker buys in the sub-$2K range. It seems time you hear exactly why for yourself with a risk-free in-home audition backed by our 100% Music Direct Satisfaction Guarantee.
Woofers Designed with Computer-Modeling Technology
Revel engineers utilize state-of-the-art computer modeling tools during transducer design to optimize everything that affects performance. Laser-based analysis of the resulting prototypes confirms ideal symmetry, which results in lowered distortion and cleaner sound quality. And Micro-Ceramic Composite (MCC) cones insure ideal piston-like performance, eliminating resonances that would otherwise color the sound.
Revel engineers created a tweeter with a mechanical resonancewell below the operating band, ensuring linearity and consistency in the crossover region. Advanced design methodologies have allowed the tweeter/midrange crossover to be set an octave lower, thereby improving the critical system directivity.
Acoustic Lens Waveguide
Concerta2's sophisticated high-frequency waveguides match the off-axis response, or directivity, of the tweeter and the midrange throughout the crossover thereby making a clear difference between what is a mechanical reproduction and the seamless sound of real music.
Attractive, Functional Cabinets
A novel technique of cabinet construction is used to create Concerta2 enclosures. They're not only beautiful, but also have rigid, curved side walls plus extensive bracing that result in a strong and inert enclosure.
Latest-Generation Port Design
Employing a patented Constant Pressure Gradient (CPG) technology in the port design, Concerta2 ports are designed such that the inner wall of the port is contoured, allowing the change in pressure along the axis of the port from inlet to outlet duct be kept substantially constant. The approach reduces the compression, or change in sound at different volumes, present in other port designs and optimizes both the output capability and distortion.