Paolo Tezzon, R&D manager, replies to a list of questions about the Sonus faber Venere project


header_audio_previews6Moons asked the following questions about the Venere project to Paolo Tezzon, Sonus faber R&D manager, during an interview:

— First off about those slot ports. These are more customary as the mouths of transmission lines where they don’t use any port tubes. What is the case for these slot ports of the Venere models? What type of specific loading is this and at what rate does response drop below the tuning’s self resonance?

— What about the asymmetrical ‘micro wave-guide’ loading around all the drivers? Are the reasons behind it primarily cosmetic or acoustic?

— What type of crossover slopes are used?

— Relative to a new series at new price points for the company, what were some of the design parameters? Specifically what were the sonic aims on their own merit and relative to the legacy Sonus faber tradition?

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