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Wilson Benesch A.C.T. Two



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    WILSON BENESCH Loudspeakers The Act Two Post cubism! The A.C.T. Two Loudspeaker is a logical development from the classic A.C.T. One and the flagship Bishop design. The distinctive form has stood the test of time and is now being emulated by many other companies. Functional and attractive it incorporates materials technology that sets it apart from every other loudspeaker on the market. With the addition of the Wilson Benesch Tactic® drive unit the A.C.T. Two has now evolved into a very sophisticated system that can stand comparison with systems at any price. An outline of some of the more important aspects of the design will assist in understanding the alternative approach to loudspeaker design and manufacture that has earned the company a global reputation in less than a decade. The background High performance loudspeakers cannot ignore the importance of low frequency information. The output from analogue and DVD source components are capable of very wide bandwidths. Appropriately amplified these systems are easily capable of delivering high power levels between 20 and 20000 Hz. The range between 30 to 60 Hz represents a whole octave of eight tones sixteen semitones yet so often it accepted that loudspeaker systems can chose to ignore this information. This range is extremely important to the speed and neutrality of the upper bass range and it underpins all the frequencies above. Some have argued that in fact this range is more important than the frequencies above 8 kHz, since these are all harmonics. Integrating an accurate and musical low frequency response with an equally impressive mid range is a very complex balancing act that can be toppled by the failure of even one of the numerous parameters by which it will be judged. Materials and structures technology Curved forms have always been used in both natural and man made structures. During the development of the A.C.T. Two Tone arm the pursuit of the curved structure culminated in the largest diameter tube ever seen in tone arm design. In 1975, D.A. Barrow presented a paper to the Audio Engineering Society entitled "Sound output from loudspeaker cabinet walls". His investigations indicated that structures with curved surfaces were extremely rigid in terms of both expansion and compression waves, offering the potential of very low colouration structures. Although A.C.T. panels are extremely expensive they offer unique and very significant advantages over all other materials used to date. Some of these advantages are outlined below. 1) Low mass structures, as in the Wilson Benesch turntable sub-chassis, are incapable of significant energy storage. .....
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