Markaudio CHP-70 Black 4" Papier-Breitbandlautsprecher
The MarkAudio CHP-70 driver is designed to make a semi-vintage classic sound similar to the smaller full range driver designs from the 1950ʼs. Its middle-high range output has been made to "roll-off" from 7-kHz up.
- Every pair is matched
- Synthetic rubber surround
- Nomex spider
- Improved voice coil former
Markaudio CHP-70 Black 4" Full Range Paper Woofer | Each two drivers are sold as a matched pair.
The uniqueness of Markaudio lays on their matching pairs of drivers. Each driver is tested and paired with another driver that shows the closest matching frequency response measurement. In order to respect this philosophy and added value to these great products, we at SoundImports, recomend you to purchase them as pairs.
This updated (Gen. 2) CHP-70 driver is designed to make a semi-vintage classic sound similar to the smaller full range driver designs from the 1950ʼs. Its middle-high range output has been made to "roll-off" from 7-kHz up. This helps to keep the high range sounding smooth and warm. This driver makes the singers voice sound very natural, a little warm, pleasing for many hours of listening.
The CHP-70 Gen. 2 will assist in the control of sharp or hard sounding compressed music (digital). This CHP delivers a tone that appeals to classic music enthusiasts using smaller amplifiers. The off-axis and sound-spread of the CHP-70 is excellent. This driver can fill a room environment with an "easy listening" experience, especially for human voice. The bass response from the CHP-70 Gen. 2 in a properly tuned box is excellent for this smaller sized driver. Typically, in a Bass-Reflex or Vented box, lower responses close to 40Hz can be obtained.
Several technical improvements have been done, such as: 1 - Improved stiffer frame. 2 - New cap design with new improved fitting method. 3 - New Japanese designed coil. 4 - New spider for improved bass.
The CHP-70 Gen. 2 is an excellent "classic" and "natural" sound driver.
The CHP-70 Excursion Arrestor will make a sound when exceeding the driver’s excursion limits.