“Sound is an elusive topic to describe verbally. You must hear these speakers to understand the full impact of their musical magic.
I’ll attest, right here, that Kaiser Kawero!® speakers are at the top of my list.ˮ
Jim Merod (Positive Feedback, Issue 51)
Variable time alignment and radiation direction of the custom RAAL ribbon tweeter.
Audiotechnology midrange and rear firing woofer with proprietary customised characteristics.
Duelund CAST inductors capacitors and Mundorf silver/gold/oil capacitors, in a time, phase and resonance-optimised characteristics.
3D computer designed cabinet, made from an incredibly rigid, tough and well-damped type of beech ply called tankwood.
Louis Motek, owner of LessLoss and a very good friend was very engaged in working out a detailled technical research of this material. The result can be found here: The Virtues of Panzerholz. Thank you very much Louis !
All produced in-house using state-of-the-art CNC machines, and assembled to the finest tolerances achievable today.
3-way design (reflex loaded midrange and woofer)
Bandwidth: 25 Hz to 60 kHz
Sensitivity: 92 dB @ 2,83 V / 1 m
Impedance: 6 ohms nominal, 4 ohms minimum
Input Power: 20 watts minimum
Connectors: single wiring (bi-wiring on request)
Height: 47.6 in (121 cm)
Width: 13.0 in (33 cm)
Depth: 19.4 in (49 cm)
Weight: 218.3 lbs (99 kg) each
Kawero! comes custom-tailored to your needs. You can select from a great variety of veneers or colours of course – but its not only a matter of finish. Acoustic fine-tuning is individual and there are three custom woofers to choose from, so depending on the reverberation time of your listening room (and your listening preferences) we will select a matching woofer, tune the port frequencies and the midrange passive radiator to optimise the sound.
You can also consider the external crossover option which brings further significant improvements to the whole speaker package.
External Crossover Option
This uses the same crossover components and circuit design, built into a stand-alone tankwood structure that isolates the crossover from the high air pressure changes and cabinet energy found within the speakers.
The structure is also designed to minimise resonance and vibration between the crossover components, and electro-magnetic coupling, through the extensive application of proprietary anti-microphony and anti-RFI techniques from Vertex AQ.
Reviews & Mentions
- HIFICLUB KOREA 2017
- High End 2016 Positive Feedback
- T.H.E. Show 2015 Newport Beach
- High End 2015 Mono Stereo
- High End 2015 HiFi Statement
- 6moons Review 2015
- Stereophile.com – Review
- Enjoythemusic.com – Review
- Bay Area Audiophile Society
- Dagogo – Review
- Stereotimes 2008
- Stereotimes 2009
- Duelund(look at Nov.08)
- Stereophile 2009
- Stereotimes Okt 2009
- Positive Feedback 2010
- HighFidelity 2014
- Hifi Voice 2014
- Mono and Stereo 2014
- Part time Audiophile High End 2014 Review
- Ultra Audio 2014