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  1. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Cellini HIgh

    Hi John! Thanks for your kind words. Wow, you flipped the room end-to-end. Haha. I can't tell about the toe-in from this pic.
  2. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    Hi Everyone, while re-reading the posts above ... a few more answers. First off, with the review in German, Google does an OK job, and yes, I do need to work on completing the English one and will post more as I get more done. The new, larger Spharons are not just a larger bass tower, it's an...
  3. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    Hello, and thanks for your kind words. We have been working with Acapella since 2002, and I have asked many questions over the years about the technical details of how the three technologies (ION tweeter, horn loaded midrange(s), standard bass drivers) are integrated together. Realistically...
  4. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    This new version of the Spharon started as a custom project for a customer who is building a new house. Development time realistically was about 18 months. And ... the customer's home is not ready yet (now we think early 2020) ... so they are set up at Acapella's shop (Audio Forum) in Duisburg...
  5. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    That Apogee experience must have been truly memorable. Oh, yeah, field trip, certainly. And the Bay Area definitely has a working economy. Compared to Colorado it's bonkers. In our current space, we could fit only one channel. Mike suggested that we take out a wall ... I think that Apollons...
  6. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    Thanks, Ron, for your kind welcome. Yes, the Spharons are kinda scaled-up Triolons, but the engineering work for the scaling up is pretty significant. There are a pair of Triolons hiding in the back corners of the room where the Spharons are set up, covered with duvets. They look small in...
  7. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    OK, a few links to the YouTube videos from Audio Forum (Acapella's shop in Duisburg) ... Finding things on YouTube is really not as easy as it could be. Our channel is "Audio Federation". <tick tock .... time spent watching videos, looking for and pasting in individual links then ...> Ooo...
  8. mrsaudiofederation

    Acapella Audio Arts - the Sphaeron Excalibur loudspeaker

    They are really massive. In comparison the Triolons seem so ... small, and manageable :-o.
  9. mrsaudiofederation

    Welcome to Mike & Neli...

    Yes of course Steve. SoCal, 6 hr drive ... not in the East Bay anymore, kinda too bad from my personal perspective; it would be fun to see more of you f2f. I was responding to (cjfrbw) on that weird music / visit us part ... and of course you should visit next time you are in the bay and bring...
  10. mrsaudiofederation

    Welcome to Mike & Neli...

    Thanks, Steve. Really. Weird music? Haha, we like music. And you (cjfrbw) are in Pleasanton? Visit us! Bring more weird music. We might have some here as well. I'm so glad that the show reports are useful. Mike puts a lot of effort into the onsite reportage -- and making sense of it all once...
  11. mrsaudiofederation

    Test post, in new test thread ...

    Oh snap, this is not for test *equipment* .... :cool:

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