SOLD - FOR SALE: Duntech Sovereign 2001
Item #649426825Info: Duntech Sovereign 2001
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For those who are not familiar with the iconic Duntech Sovereign 2001, they were the reference speakers used in many recording studios in the 90s.
For your consideration is a pair of Duntech Sovereign 2001 in good condition. It comes with DIY grills (I don't have the original metal frames anymore) but performs best without them. Normal wear on woodwork at the bases. Rated fair because of the missing grills only. There are no scratches on the speakers, apart from wear at the bases as mentioned before.
Option: high-quality Chris Venhaus' VCap-CuTF as bypass caps in the cross-overs for $1,000
All drivers are original.
If you like first order cross-over designs and phase and time aligned speakers, this is a must to have.
There should be reviews on the web, some at audioreview should be representative of the quality of these indeed awesome sounding speakers.
IMO these speakers are very neutral and balanced. Instruments are precisely located in the holographic soundstage (I used to own planars and electrostatic speakers) and providing wonderful visceral impact.
Most Dunlavy/Duntech (the bigger ones) are used as studio monitors for a good reason.
Measured at 3.5M (11.5ft) on the tweeter axis 27Hz-20KHz ±2dB
Efficiency Referenced at 1M (3.3 ft) on tweeter axis with an input of 2.83 volts RMS (1 watt at 8 ohms) 90dB SPL
Nominal Impedance Variance 4 ohms 3.0-4.5
Power Rating Peak power for 10 mS 1000 watts
Recommended Amplifier Power Minimum RMS per channel 100 watts
Pulse Coherency Factor
Propagation time error at 3.5M (11.5 ft) on tweeter axis <20µS
Harmonic Distortion Referenced at 1M (3.3 ft) on the tweeter axis with an input of 2.83 volts RMS (1 watt at 8 ohms) Less than 0.3% THD above 50Hz
Relative Phase Variation Versus Frequency Varies less that ±25 deg 80Hz-18KHz
First order type Yes
Woofers 2x300mm (12")
Bass 2x175mm (7")
Mid 2x54mm (2")
Tweeter 1x19mm (3/4")
Local pick up near NYC only! Too heavy (275lbs each) to ship.
P.S. lowballers will be kindly ignored.
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