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Xponent Audio, "The Missing Instrument"

Xponent Audio, "The Missing Instrument"

We Are Dedicated in Building and Educating our Inner Audiophile. Finely Tuned like a Musical Instrument, Our Loudspeakers Represent the Missing Instrument

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Xponent Audio Limited was at CanJam Socal 2021. We showcased "Bliss", our signature loudspeaker product in the Los Angeles Orange County Audio Society's Hospitality Suite. A sincere thanks to Michael Wechsberg and Bob Levi for providing this opportunity to hear the thoughts and desires of the participants at CanJam Socal this year. Thanks everyone. Images will be posted soon. ... See MoreSee Less
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Here are the specifications for our first speaker line named "Bliss""Bliss" The True Audiophile Bookshelf Loudspeaker- 1.0" HEILL-DE (trademark of Xponent Audio) Air Motion Transformer.- 3.5" HEILL-DE Mid-Woofer. Magnesium alloy construction with 30g weight to control the driver mounted behind the cone centered inside the voice coil former.- 1st order crossover applied to Air Motion Transformer set at 6000-Hz.- 8-ohm nominal impedance.- 86db @ 1W/m sensitivity- Frequency Range: 35Hz to 40kHzDimensions- Length: 9.5" - Height: 13.0" - Width: 4.2" - Weight per speaker: 7.0lbs depending on wood choice- Baltic Birch construction of internal acoustic transmission line and outer walls. Front face-plate aids in tuning of upper-frequency range and to add cosmetic value. Outer finish using 2-layers oil rubbed and hard coating. Additional finishes are satin and semi-gloss. A high-gloss hard shell will not be offered at this time. - Finishes: Naked Birch, Styled Birch, Cherry, Walnut, and Rosewood (additional cost due to supply).I am seeking distribution and dealers as I do not desire to sell direct. I desire a music-loving community hence my reason not to enter e-commerce. Our location of manufacture and makeshift demo unit is in Rosemead, California USA. AMT is made in Germany and the Mid-Woofer in Canada. Drivers are designed to Xponent's specifications. ... See MoreSee Less
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I never really understood the reason behind high-gloss or piano gloss finishes for speakers. It is an exceptionally painstakingly difficult process that requires the manufacturer to invest heavily in equipment and booth just to finish a single speaker to level and performance of a mirror finish cabinet. A single spray process isn't possible as multiple layers of high gloss clear lacquer with fine grit wet sanding paper is required to create that mirror gloss. If we do end up making speakers with this finish, it will be when we are ready to offer such a finish. In the meantime, it will be furniture oil rubbed or a hard satin finish. ... See MoreSee Less
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