A state of the art loudspeaker system that stirs emotions with its sound and design.
With a huge effective radiating area of more than 4000 square cm, this speaker is quite well equipped to cope with even the most demanding music material. Considering the active and passive surface areas of typical instruments, one can only acknowledge there isn`t such a thing as too big speaker. To even remotely touch upon the sonic realism of live music there is no substitute for "sound torque" - the active (drivers) and passive (speaker front baffle) surface area. With it comes one clear advantage over smaller loudspeaker systems: low intensity per unit area of radiating surface or low surface loudness.
Being a dipole speaker or velocity transducer, SoulSonic Hologramm-X also differs from boxed speakers in a way how it propagates the sound waves into the listening space. How this translates into musical enjoyment is something everyone should experience!
A three way speaker
Crossover frequencies: 200Hz and 4kHz
Frequency response: 25Hz to 25kHz
Tweeter: 10mm wide, 2210 mm tall ribbon (221 square cm effective radiating area)
Midrange: one 12" paper cone, low distortion magnet system geometry (530 square cm effective radiating area)
Woofers: four 15" neo magnet, paper cone (3400 square cm effective radiating area)
"The SoulSonic Hologramm-X was one of two speakers at Warsaw created by designer Miro Krajnc. The Hologramm-X (€150,000 to €210,000 per pair, depending on finish, VAT included) stands about 7-1/2’ high, and incorporates a driver array we’ve never encountered before. The big cylinders house five drivers, each in an open-back enclosure. In In the middle cylinder is a 12” paper cone midrange, and each of the other four houses a 15” woofer. The treble comes from a ribbon tweeter measuring 1cm by 221cm and stretching nearly from the bottom of the speaker to the top. The speaker is rated at 95dB sensitivity. At first glance, it seems like integrating such a disparate and widely spaced group of drivers might be impossible, but the Hologramm-X’s big soundstage and neutral tonality made it one of the best speakers we heard at Warsaw’s PGE Narodowy Stadium, which hosted many of the larger audio companies’ exhibits.