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HARBETH HLCompact
118,000yen(one set, the 1987 release)

Description
 
The speaker system which Alan Shaw inherited Haar Beth from Dudley Harewood, and developed first.

The 20cm corn type Woofer which adopted the new materials TPX as the corn is adopted as low-pass.
Although it was the lightweight thermoplastic substance excellent in self dumping and processing was difficult for the difficulty, this material adopted also as HL TypeIV conquered this, and has adopted it as corn paper.
The acoustic lens of the long letter of a projection is attached in the center of a unit.

The 2.5cm dome shape unit which adopted the aluminum dome is adopted as a high region.

The right unit, the left unit, a Woofer, a tweeter, etc. check each characteristic, and are making the best, the thing to match, and the pair construct in the process of finishing setting up HL compact.

The bass-reflex port which made full use of computer analysis is designed and adopted at enclosure.
Moreover, the exterior serves as finish by natural teak material.

The speaker terminal supports bi-wiring.

There was an exclusive stand as an option.


Rating of a mode
System 2 way, 2 speaker bass-reflex system, and book-shelf type
Use unit For low-pass: 20cm corn type
For high regions: 2.5cm dome shape
Play frequency band 60Hz-20kHz±3dB
Pair matching 150Hz-10kHz±0.75dB
Output sound pressure level 87dB/W/m
Impedance 8ohms
Dimensions Width 273x height 525x depth of 287mm
Weight 13kg
Option: Speaker stand (one set, 18,000yen)
Dimensions Width 330x height 400x depth of 370mm