Type: Compact 2-way, point source, open-baffle, dynamic driver, controlled directivity Chassis: 5 layer Aluminum Composite / MDF Driver compliment: 2 x 12 inch mid/woofers, 1 x wide bandwidth compression driver Crossover: Passive 800Hz - Hologram Network Frequency Response: 44Hz - 20kHz +/- 3dB Sensitivity: 95dB 1M @ 2.83V (Version 2) averaged across 200Hz to 5kHz Impedance: 4Ω nominal, 3Ω minimum Dimensions: 27T x 16W x 3D inches, 40 lbs. 20 year limited warranty Available in White or Black Aluminum front panel Turbo SE signifies upgraded drivers and finish. I am selling the speakers as I have owned them for two years and have used them less than 100 hours since new.
Reviews of the basic version of this speaker have been great: SPATIAL HOLOGRAM M2 - Steven Stone’s pick for best affordable sound at Chicago Axpona. _____________________________________________________________________________ The Hologram M2 is an achievement in sound reproduction. It created a 3D, completely natural presentation with an utterly realistic soundstage reproduction and massive dynamics. All in a small, modern design. The aluminum composite, open-baffle design frees you from boxy, compressed sound at last. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Unveiled at Axpona Chicago 2014, thousands of audiophiles experienced the new Hologram design for the first time. The Spatial room was constantly packed with showgoers eager to hear what all the fuss was about. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Steven Stone of the Absolute Sound Magazine remarked: The Best Sound (For the Money) – It was a dead heat between the Emerald Physics CS3 mark II ($3500US/pr) and the Spatial Hologram M2 rooms. Clayton Shaw designed both speakers which conquered their hotel room sonic shortcomings with aplomb. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Part Time Audiophile’s Scot Hull was at Axpona: As to the sound … well. This is one of those moments when you’re forced to scratch your head and wonder aloud, with a giant WTF bubble over your head, as to why all those other rooms were having such trouble. Here, the presentation felt accurate, linear, and remarkably open. No bloom or boom. Sitting in the sweet spot, I heard nothing out of place or out of character. I’m certain I’d opt for the Turbo, myself, and I’m quite sure there’s even more room for a Twin Turbo version, with even more mo’ betta parts. But here’s the kicker — that price is not irrelevant. $2k? Seriously? It’s like wandering into a Bang and Olufsen showroom and being told that they just decided to take a zero off the end of the price because Reasons. Your only valid response is to say, “Rock On.” And if that was a little opaque, let me make this clear — this was a very convincing demo. Yowza. Me likey.