Cabasse gets glossy with Murano Alto column speaker

posted on Wednesday, 25th October 2017 by Steve May

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French audio specialist Cabasse has introduced the Murano Alto column speaker. The floorstander features co-axial drive unit technology in a compact slim-line enclosure. Standing 102cm tall, and 27cm wide, the Murano Alto has a frequency response of 32Hz – 24kHz and is capable of handling 175 watts of RMS power and 1200 watts peak.

The Murano Alto uses technology trickled down from Cabasse flagship speakers. The midrange-tweeter coaxial driver was first seen on the Cabasse l’Océan, while the honeycomb membrane woofers were developed from the woofer in La Sphère.

The tri-axial driver BC13 boasts a new aluminium wave broadcast system, designed to optimise integrations with Murano’s 17ND36 woofer. The concave membrane with a honeycomb structure provides extra rigidity, as well as cushioned movement; an extra-long voice coil in the 45mm air gap of the powerful motor, weighs in at 4kg.

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The floorstander employs long, curved and flared down-firing port tubes for extra extension. Installers have the option of sealing one port to configure either the maximum amount of bass or extension, to suit the room acoustics and musical taste.

The column is available in Gloss White, Black or Mahogany finishes and has a UK retail price of £8,000 per pair.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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