The cabinet is made from high-density MDF using Diapason`s tried and tested assembly technology developed from years of building the Astera, Adamantes and Karis models. A special GRP covering layer is then applied to give the loudspeaker long-term solidity as well as an improvement in sonic performance. Italian Master Craftsmen – specialists in luxury finishing – then give the final touch to Dynamis by applying whatever colour or material that your imagination may suggest, to create in any listening environment a strong and original appearance statement.
Tradition and innovation blend together in harmony in the choice of technology for the drivers. A large magnet system on paper Nextel coated midrange driver is used in order to have a very long coil excursion with very low distortion and an excellent transient response. Midrange is matched with an extraordinary silk soft dome tweeter provided by large magnetic flow; woofer completes the frequencies range giving a solid performance, impressive deep and controlled bass range performance.
The cross-over uses finest quality components and is built and wired entirely by hand in order to exclude any possibility of loss or phase rotation, and to ensure excellent dynamics under all conditions. The quest for perfection is inherent in this loudspeaker and evident in the care taken with every detail.
The elegant connectors made by Diapason guarantee perfect contact with any system of cabling; the plinth is supplied with anti-scratch swivelling castors to make room placement easy, as too for the lower reflex port. The front baffle slope has been designed to allow pefect alignment of the drive units. The drivers are individually protected by a fixed, acoustically transparent grille which is attached to the loudspeaker by means of magnets, and which also enhances the beauty of the Dynamis design.
24/20.000 Hz (+/- 3 dB)
29 mm silk soft dome
Midrange: √ò 18 cm paper cone Nextel coated
30 cm Alu cone Fiber glass dust cup
3,4 Ohm/200 Hz
metallic bronze, glossy white, dark grey, China red, metallic silver or other colour on demand
Weight per speaker
45 x 68.50 x 127.50
So what is so interesting about the Diapason as a brand and their speakers ? Many things, but let me try to lay down few of the most interesting and impressive things. Diapason is producing loudspeakers for over 30 years with Adamantes reaching almost 30 years of production. Over the years little has changed with these impressive monitor speakers. Upgrades were made and approved only when there was a significant sonic advantage. There are a lot of happy customers from all over the world and such a long standing product offers something, that is very rare in our fast forward niche industry. Everyone can critically question the level of proud ownership with the products being updated each few months or once per year and compare to the products like Adamantes. Alessandro understood the importance of longitivtiy decades ago and such a prolonged product intervals reflects something that works as a mandatory rule in watch industry. Legendary brands like Patek Philippe, Rolex, Vacheron Constantin etc. never questioned a role of keeping the viable product in play for generations to come.
You don‚Äôt change a product that provides constant sales and carries the brand‚Äôs aura and heritage. Such prolific product is an actual investment and a constant reminder what luxury and high performance stands for. Many high-end audio brands repeatedly fail to understand this simple, basic rule.
All of the Diapason speakers shares brand‚Äôs DNA signature, but with a distinctive differences. Diapason Dynamis flagship combines all the virtues of smaller brothers, but step up into the league of the big boys. Dynamis justify the price difference not only with its instantly captivating luxurious design and impressive size. It’s the performance that reveals the real musical potential.
Dynamis was design to serve both moderate and larger listening room, offering deep controlled/focused bass, widen soundstage and impressive highs. Its the speaker, standing on its own and handling the pure, raw nature of music with ease. Read More