The Evoke range benefits directly from trickle-down cutting-edge technology directly from the Contour and all-new Confidence ranges. Ultra-high build, finish quality and traditional, elegant subtly curved cabinets with hidden screws provide a significant touch of class to these fresh "ground-up" designs.
The Cerotar tweeter is making its debut in Evoke. It’s a brand-new, ground-up design based on the award-winning Esotar Forty anniversary tweeter and the mighty Esotar3 found in the new, money-no-object Confidence series. Underneath the 28mm soft-dome diaphragm sits the Hexis inner dome (something you’ll currently only find in Confidence). This refines the airflow behind the tweeter’s playing surface to smooth-out its frequency response and eliminate unwanted resonances. Behind it all, the new motor system uses strontium carbonate Ferrite+ ceramic magnets to further increase tweeter sensitivity.
The Esotec+ woofers use MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) in their diaphragms – just like all Dynaudio speakers have done since 1977. The versions used in Evoke 10, 20, 30 and 25C use new surrounds and improved Ferrite+ magnet systems to extend their throw, their frequency response and their low-frequency dynamics – all while maintaining stellar midrange performance. The larger 18cm driver in Evoke 50 borrows technology from both the Contour and Confidence ranges to deliver eyebrow-raising low-frequency dynamics and timing.
Reassuringly Evoke is built to last. Each of the simple, elegant cabinets (themselves the result of months of painstaking prototyping, refinement and care), is available in four finishes: Black High Gloss, White High Gloss, Walnut Wood and Blonde Wood. New lacquering techniques employed by Dynaudio mean the gloss versions have a stunning, almost glass-like finish, while the wood versions have open veneers for a warm, natural feeling.