Markaudio PLUVIA-7PHD Full-range Woofer
The new paper-cone Pluvia 7 PHD was developed with the attractive paper cone, unique suspension and low-mass coil which is wound in high-purity rectangular section copper. The Thiele / Small characteristics are engineered to allow surprising bass performance from a compact drive unit.
- Every pair is matched
- Latest model
- Blue 4’’ natural uncoated paper cone
- Wide operating range –rolled off high frequencies for vintage tone
- Low cone profile –very broad directivity pattern
- Advanced low-distortion motor design
- Long-stroke suspension with excursion arrestor and progressive-rate spider
- Low-profile surface-mount reinforced polymer basket
Markaudio Pluvia 7 PHD Full-range 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.
The new paper-cone Pluvia seven PHD was developed due to requests from the DIY audio community for a return of paper cone drivers to the latest Markaudio drivers. Its response balance was carefully engineered to provide a shelved down treble and emphasized upper midrange output to address specific requests.
The attractive paper cone, suspension and low-mass coil, wound in high-purity rectangular section copper are unique to this model, and the Thiele / Small characteristics engineered to allow surprising bass performance from a compact drive unit. The frame is the familiar, high quality Pluvia design, which may be conveniently surface or flush-mounted, and has a very open design, allowing good air-flow to the rear of the cone.
The sound balance is warm, with emphasized upper midrange, and soft treble. Jazz followers in Asia played a role in the final tuning of this driver. Those enthusiasts into vintage and mono recordings using warm tube (valve) amplification may have a particular interest in this driver.