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Navis Powered Bookshelf Speakers – ARB51
Inside each Navis Bookshelf Loudspeaker is a Tri-Amp Pure Analog Amplifier, employing three separate amps for each transducer: a 160-watt BASH AB amplifier for the woofer, a 100-watt BASH AB amplifier for the midrange, and a 40-watt Class AB amplifier for the tweeter. A total amplifier power of 300 watts ensures that each transducer is optimally—and amply—powered, eliminating clipping and crossover distortion, and driving each transducer with authority. Specs like a 110 dBA signal-to-noise ratio and 100 uV noise floor could only come from such audiophile-quality amps!
Navis’s elegant design integrates perfectly with any interior. Its enclosure has a fine-furniture finish, available in Gloss Black, Gloss White and Wood Veneer. A dedicated floor stand completes the installation, and is recommended for optimum performance.
All New Custom Designed Midrange/Tweeter
One reason the Navis sounds so natural is because of its in-house developed transducer, a 4-inch aluminum midrange driver with a concentrically mounted 1-inch soft-dome tweeter.
Combined, this signature configuration lets Navis set the
performance standard for its class.
Local inputs include balanced XLR, RCA and Wireless, when used with ELAC’s Discovery Connect wireless transmitter to stream Discovery, Spotify Connect, Bluetooth, AirPlay and Roon. Just switch Wireless “Off” for a no-compromise analog input and output.
Here is what others have to say
One of the things I loved about this speaker is the scale of it. It seemed big - the imaging was massive, it had a deep sound stage.
Steve Guttenberg, Audiophiliac
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An unbelievable value in speakers. Don't walk, run out and listen to the ELAC DEBUT 2.0 SERIES
Home Theater HiFi
Incredibly detailed, incredibly revealing speaker with sumptuous imaging and delicious depth that won't break the bank
Home Theater Review