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Audiovector Trapeze: Three-way floor standing speaker reimagined

Audiovector has revived its 45-year-old Trapeze speaker model. The new speaker is called Trapeze Reimagined and will be demonstrated at the High End audio fair that will soon take place in Munich....

Audiovector Trapeze Reimagined
Audiovector Trapeze Reimagined

Audiovector has revived its 45-year-old Trapeze speaker model. The new speaker is called Trapeze Reimagined and will be demonstrated at the High End audio fair that will soon take place in Munich.

Audiovector Trapeze Reimagined

The new Trapeze Reimagined from the Danish manufacturer Audiovector is based on the same principles as the original model that came onto the market in 1979. According to the manufacturer, the new model has been completely brought up to date with the very best and most innovative technology available.

The Trapeze Reimagined pays tribute to the company’s very first loudspeaker. According to the makers, it is the embodiment of 45 years of passion, innovation and love for music, in short, something beautiful. As a three-way floorstander, the Trapeze Reimagined has a powerful woofer with a diameter of twelve inches and a five-inch midrange driver. The high reproduction is provided by a specially designed Audiovector SEC Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeter.

The three drivers together provide a flat frequency response. Above all, they deliver a smooth power response, matching the famous ideal room response according to Brüel & Kjær.

Like all Audiovector models, the Trapeze Reimagined is designed as a home-friendly speaker. The low frequency tuning is designed to add weight and drama to any music, but also to bring beauty and atmosphere to any room.

Anyone who wants to hear the speakers can visit the space in Atrium 4.2 Room F203 of Audiovector on the exhibition floor of the High End Munich.