The RUBICON 2 stand speaker is the perfect blend between compact size and large sound performance. With the solid MDF cabinet, the RUBICON 2 has a perfect working environment for its ultra-light soft dome tweeter, 6.5 inch wood fibre low-loss driver, and gold-plated terminals. It is rich on detail with an impressive soundstage and surprisingly large bass reproduction.
Availability date: 01/01/2016
Following the design lines of the very popular MENTOR MENUET, the RUBICON series builds on a well known design language and takes it to new heights.
The RUBICON 2 stand loudspeaker is the perfect blend between compact size and large sound performance. With the solid MDF cabinet, the RUBICON 2 has a perfect working environment for its ultra-light 29 mm soft dome tweeter, 6.5 inch wood fibre low-loss driver, and gold-plated terminals. It is rich on detail with an impressive soundstage and has surprisingly large bass reproduction with both precision and timing.
Available in four finishes – HighGloss White, High-Gloss Black, Rosso and Walnut – the RUBICON 2 comes complete with rubber feet to hold it firmly in position and, to help keep it at its aesthetic as well as acoustic best.
The RUBICON 2 can be included in different variations of surround setups, e.g. a pair of RUBICON 8, RUBICON 6 or RUBICON 5, a RUBICON VOKAL and a SUB M-10 D.
SMC MAGNET SYSTEM
With a pole piece constructed entirely from SMC, surrounded by a slitted copper cap, and enclosed within a large ferrite magnet, the effect of the SMC is focused and maximised, and reduces distortion as never heard before.
HYBRID TWEETER MODULE
The hybrid tweeter module is a DALI trademark and for the RUBICON series, it is build in Denmark. The hybrid tweeter module, combines the dome tweeter with the ribbon tweeter for an amazing rendering of the high frequencies.
Dividing the mid-range and basse drivers into separated chambers enables us to individually tune every driver to its specific frequency range to maximise the woofer output.
WOOD FIBRE CONES
Using a wood fibre cone gives the in-house build woofer a light, rigid and randomly uneven membrane. Making it easy to move ensures even piston like movements and reduces the possibility of surface resonance greatly.