Loud Speakers Vienna Acoustics Mozart Grand Symphony
Vienna Acoustic has recreated the Mozart Grand Symphony for greater clarity, speed as well as greater bass extension without giving up any of the famed musical quality and rhythm inherent in all their designs.
PRICE FOR TWO UNITS
Vienna Acoustic has recreated the Mozart Grand with refinements effecting virtually all critical components. One unchanged area is how and where Vienna Acoustic build each piece. For more than twenty years each loudspeaker is hand crafted in Vienna, Austria with only the finest components and expertly crafted, custom cabinetry.
Beginning with Vienna Acoustic longstanding belief that the foundation of a proper loudspeaker design lies within the quality of its drivers, Vienna Acoustic has worked extensively on building tighter and tighter tolerance drive units. It is with this constant improvement in driver production and testing that Vienna Acoustic found the first ways of making improvements to this model.
In addition to these difficult improvements in driver production, Vienna Acoustic has replaced the second woofer with patented Spider-Cone™ woofer.
As with all their models, Vienna Acoustic decided to continue researching ways of improving the crossover as well. The final sonic improvements as a result of these collective changes are greater clarity, speed as well as greater bass extension without giving up any of the famed musical quality and rhythm inherent in all our designs.
- Impedance: 4 Ohms
- Frequency response: 30Hz – 22kHz
- Sensitivity: 90 dB
- Recommended Amplifier: 30 – 200 Watts
- Tweeter : 1.1” Hand Coated VA Silk Dome
- Mid-Woofers (1): 6” X3P, (2) 6” Spider-Cone™ X3P
- Bass Function: Impulse Optimizing QB 3 (Quasi-Butterworth)
- Bass System: Bass Reflex
- Crossover System: Two and a Half Way
- Crossover Components: MKP Capacitor 1% Tolerance, Coils 0.7% tol., Air Coils
Metal Film Resistors 1%, Inductance Free
- Weight per Pair: 116lbs/52.6kg
- Dimensions (W x H x D): inches 8.5” x 38.25” 13.5”, mm 216mm x 972mm x 343mm
- Finishes: Cherry, Premium Rosewood, Piano Black and Piano White
« Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was undoubtedly a musical genius of the highest order. For a loudspeaker manufacturer to name a product after him takes some nerve, especially as you can be pretty sure that the composer was not consulted on the matter. Yet, if Mozart had heard the loudspeaker from Vienna Acoustics that bears his name (footnote 5), I suspect he would have been pleased. If the term "musical" is appropriate to describe the sound of an audio component—and some feel that it should be applied only to musical creation and performance rather than reproduction—then it's a word I would use to describe the performance of the Vienna Acoustics Mozart. That is, to whatever degree the sound of the speaker deviates from absolute fidelity to the source, the results are consonant with what one would hear in a live musical event.
While, ultimately, I didn't feel that the Mozart's performance reached the level of detail, transparency, and top-to-bottom accuracy of the more-than-twice-the price Dunlavy SC-IV, neither was it embarrassed by the comparison. The Mozart's dimensions and appearance allow it to fit unobtrusively into almost any room (a statement that could not be made about the SC-IV), and while it benefits from high-quality associated equipment, the choice of amplifier is not unduly critical.
People often ask me to recommend a loudspeaker. I'm usually reluctant to do so, especially if I'm not familiar with their tastes—I know of no loudspeaker that's right for everyone. But if you were to tell me that you like the sound of big speakers but not their size/price, that you've found small speakers to be deficient in the bass, and that, above all, you want a speaker that sounds musical...well, get thee to a Vienna Acoustics dealer! » Stereophile
« The Mozart Concert Grand SE is a floorstander of many strengths but it has the soul and the moves of a compact. A terrific value, yet so beautifully constructed and appointed it could easily be at home with the black-tie-and-Chanel crowd at an opening night gala at the Vienna Opera House or Musikverein. And if that’s not something to dance about I don’t know what is. » Neil Gader, The Absolute Sound, May 31st, 2011
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