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Dolby Atmos® technology expands the sonic landscape, creating a true 3-D space that you’ve got to hear to believe. With Dolby Atmos-enabled AV receivers and processors, simply add the Debut A4 to the top of your bookshelf or floorstanding speakers to achieve dimensionality that puts you in the middle of the music and the action.

Product Specifications

Speaker type: Coaxial, sealed
Tweeter: 1 x 0.5-inch polymer dome
Woofer: 1 x 4-inch woven aramid-fiber cone
Crossover frequency: 5,000 Hz
Frequency response: 180 to 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 85 dB at 2.83 v/1m
Recommended amplifier power: 20 to 80 wpc
Nominal/peak power handling: 50 / 80 wpc
Nominal impedance: 6 Ω; minimum 5.1 Ω
Binding posts: 5-way metal
Magnetic shielding: No
Cabinet finishes: Black brushed vinyl
Height: 4.8 in / 123 mm
Width: 7.9 in / 200 mm
Depth: 8.7 in / 222 mm
Net weight (each): 5.4 lb / 2.45 kg

Silk-dome tweeter with deep-spheroid custom waveguide

The waveguide surrounding the new ELAC high-frequency driver features a custom, deep spheroid profile to improve directivity control and shield the dome tweeter from cabinet diffraction modes inherent in traditional box enclosures.

Custom-designed woofer with aramid-fiber cone

Aramid fiber is employed in the woofers of all ELAC Debut passive speaker systems. Aramid fiber offers a superior strength-to-weight ratio and improved damping characteristics over conventional paper or plastic drivers. This added strength means arriving at designs that achieve a broader bandwidth with smoother response.

Intricate crossovers

A custom multi-element crossover with high-grade components in each speaker ensures smooth transition between the drivers.

Robust cabinets

Every ELAC enclosure is engineered for the long run with thick MDF outer walls and a luxurious textured vinyl finish. The cabinets of the floorstanders and the center channel incorporate specially designed internal bracing to add stiffness and strength to the cabinet’s outer walls. This bracing greatly reduces cabinet vibration, which causes unwanted coloration to the sound. ELAC believes that the only parts of a speaker that should be moving are the speaker drivers themselves.