The interaction of individual components must be adjusted precisely in order to establish a seamless unity. The ideal chassis can function perfectly only under optimal conditions with respect to frequency response, resonance, time, and radiation behavior.
This is why we at LANSCHE AUDIO understand a speaker to be the meticulous composition of individual components, the enclosure, and the baffle, which all serve as technical media for the purposes of the music. Compromise is not in our vocabulary.
For us, the only role model is the original. The standard for this is set by the critical ears of our customers, which include those of many trained musicians.
In addition to the aural satisfaction provided by this loudspeaker, its lasting value is assured by sustainable manufacturing concepts, forward-looking product design, outstanding component quality, and comprehensive support services.
The design of a loudspeaker's frequency crossover reveals much about its overall quality. Essentially, the simpler the crossover design, the better the speaker will sound. This is made possible through a faultless driver design; the higher the quality of the driver, the simpler the frequency crossover can be. Naturally, the special components used in our crossovers are all hand-picked.
Every nonlinear component means unwanted distortion. The filters we apply thus adhere to our “lean” philosophy to use as few nonlinear components as possible, with the ones we do use being of highest sound reproduction quality. This intention is only achieved in practice if the loudspeaker chassis to be utilized do not present any flaws that need to be corrected.
Our speaker enclosures are entirely hand-crafted, built with much love and care. They are designed to provide the best sound characteristics possible. Thanks to computer-calculated resonance damping, our enclosures do not pick up any resonances but remain virtually neutral in terms of acoustic response. A meticulously crafted enclosure is the basis for our loudspeakers' outstanding audio performance. The enclosure walls are based on a multi-layered sandwich design. A combination of materials such as MDF and rigid low-resonance ceramics is bonded together with a 20-mm heavy foam sound absorption mat. As a result, the amplifier output can be channeled to the listener's ears as directly as possible. Our design concept avoids the age-old sound transmission problem whereby the enclosure stores part of the amplifier's signal energy and slowly radiates it off its surfaces – creating phasing issues and causing undesirable low resonances. Our enclosures furthermore feature an advanced interior matrix that contributes to their superb rigidity. This matrix is designed as a grid of interlocking MDF boards, laid out in multiple layers and perpendicular to each other. They are tongued and glued into the enclosure's exterior walls to form a tight bond.