The Tenore's superstructure has three effective machanisms for limiting vibrational interference:
1. The constrained layers of material convert mechanical vibrations into shearing moments (parallel movement between two planes), which is transformed into heat.
2. The cabinet's inner-structure consists of non-parallel walls, minimizing standing waves and increasing structural integrity and rigidity.
3. The tweeter is isolated from the woofer's mechanical energy by placing it on a separate baffle on top of the cabinet.
The secluded tweeter projects undistorted high frequencies into the soundstage, and allows for uninhibited reproduction of spatial depth and detail. The tweeter's minimized baffle allows the sound to extend around the cabinet with the ease and space of vastly more expensive designs. The tweeter is tilted a few degrees off the vertical plane for optimized frequency response.
The tweeter is electronically and physically time aligned with the woofer, avoiding phase anomalies and speed deficiencies between the two sources. The simplistic crossover design adds to the transparency of the presentation, enables the speakers to vanish into the soundstage, and generates an accurate sound-stage portrayal for on and off axis listeners.
The acoustical loading of the q. millenio Tenore midrange woofers enable the system to recreate the recording's intimate sound stage. New crossover components and values were hand selected from the finest available and lend to an increase in the natural tonality and listening experience of the original models. Improvements in transparency, life-like timbre and resolution are exceptional. The q. millenio Tenore is invisible to the listeners in the sweet spot, and in virtually any off-axis position.
42hz to 32khz,
Finishes: Cherry, Piano Black, Cognac Burl, Bird's eye maple, Burl.