Use as a hi-fi loudspeaker or as an effect loudspeaker in the home cinema
FE-Dynamics woofer and midrange driver with new phase-optimised dust dome
High-quality wood dekore with anthracite contrasting baffle
Powerful shelf speaker of the Magnat Monitor S-Line
No speaker lineup would be complete without a well-engineered shelf speaker. Because on the one hand, this is sometimes exactly the preferred solution, on the other hand, a simple lack of space can make more compact transducers necessary. With the S 30, the S-Line also offers exactly that. Like the floor-standing models, just 21.5 cm wide and with a height of a good 35 cm, the S 30 really does fit anywhere. It is the ideal speaker for entry into ambitious stereo and can be used perfectly as a surround speaker for expansion plans, for example.
Technically, the S 30 offers the familiar 170 mm bass-midrange driver and the 28 mm dome made of fabric composite material. Thus equipped, it casually reproduces frequencies between 34 and 38,000 Hz. Details such as the solid connection terminal with its gold-plated and encapsulated screw terminals or the resonance-damping rubber feet prove that compact dimensions do not have to mean sacrifice. Visually, the S 30 is identical to the other models: Black and walnut finishes, a black baffle and the removable textile cover ensure a homogeneous appearance all around.
FE-Dynamics woofers and bass-midrange drivers with low partial vibration, coated paper cones, new phase-optimised dust caps and linearised magnet systems.
Newly developed 28 mm tweeter with fabric composite dome tweeter, front panel with radiation-optimised sound path and powerful ferrite drive for excellent dynamics
Woofer-midrange driver with sturdy, coated metal basket
Phase- and amplitude-optimized crossover
Connection terminal with gold-plated and encapsulated screw terminals
Detachable front cover with acoustic cloth
Resonance-damping rubber feet
Airflex port with rounded reflex opening to minimize annoying resonances
Solid low-resonance cabinet construction using E1-MDF panels