Alacrity Audio’s Acoustic Induction cabinet-loading technology.
An acoustic inductor should enable the production of a standing wave (or an acoustic “back-EMF”) at almost every frequency at which it is driven.
This means you should get a stable, highly accurate output as the cabinet is reacting consistently across it’s audio spectrum.
Alacrity Audio’s Acoustic Induction system does exactly that. It also produces helpful side-effects. One of these is that the excursion of the bass unit is retarded linearly at all operating frequencies without harming output efficiency. This in turn flattens the impedance curve and allows the amplifier to exert greater control at deep-bass frequencies. Even at high levels (over 103 dB), the bass unit does not exceed it’s linear excursion range.
Another side-effect is a phase-shift that helps to correct phase-shift distortions produced by cross-over electronics and non time-aligned drive-units, allowing the bass output phase to match the tweeter at crossover frequencies.
In combination, Acoustic Induction just releases the music. The result? Stunning audio.
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