An harmonious small complex of lines and curves to admire all the classic of Italian design coupled with an optimal sound staging, reproductive fidelity, musicality. Designed to produce excellent performance, even in normal domestic environments. Ghibli model despite its size and reduced bulge has performances that have nothing to envy if compared to other more bulky speakers and higher price categories. The result in reproduction is at the highest level, a large and deep virtual stage accompanied by a disarming emission nativity are able to enthusiast even the most skeptical of the measurements of the speaker itself
Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
The essence of music: pleasure and fun. The linearity of the shapes and the accuracy of Ghibli’s reproduction will allow you to listen to the music by letting you wrap yourself in the rhythm and blend in one’s body and mind. A truly complete loudspeaker, capable of reproducing a sound image at the best; if well supported by proper amplification, literally disappear from the listening environment.
Ghibli is typically Chario, warm and bright, in one word: realistic.
2-way Reversed Array
1 Tweeter 38mm T38Waveguide
1 Woofer 130 mm ROHACELL® Full-Apex™ Poly-Ring NdFeB motor
87 dB SPL normalized to 1 m/2.83 Vrms/
de-correlated L/R pink noise in
ITU-R BS 1116-1 compliant listening room
60 Hz @ -3 dB referred to C4 WETS
1270Hz @ -6dB (4th Order)
Up to 100W/8Ω Average Power
Modulus 8Ω (minimum 6.2Ω @200Hz)
Argument ±36° (20Hz-20kHz)
Preferably on woofer axis
Solid walnut and hdf
400 x 180 x 270 mm (H x W x D)
8 Kg ( single piece )
Speakers should be titled inward facing the listener
Minimum speaker-listener distance 2.0 m
A carpeted floor in front of the speakers is recommended
5 years Worldwide
All the spare parts will be available for 15 years after the
model will be discontinued.
The pressure that pushes the air inside the reflex duct is extremely high. Consider the analogy of hydraulic lines that push water upward. As the salt loses fluid pressure, the jets lose speed and weaken. Hence the goal must be to retain the optimal pressure within the reflex duct to ensure a consistent strength in the acoustic wave, while avoiding the audible noise past pressure speeds of 130km/h. The tweeter with a soft dome of 38 mm in diameter, without coolant iron in the air gap, and a “waveguide” support, make it at the same time precise but soft, natural but resolute. Above all, it is so chaste that it can withstand high sound pressures and very low crossover frequencies of the crossover filter, for the benefit of a higher tonal cohesion between the two transducers.