ARIA DIPOL 1

Characteristics and sound properties

The ARIA DIPOL 1 is intended specifically as an effect speaker for the rear channels in multichannel systems. It unites two concepts: It can be used in both dipole and direct modes. By activating the two outer tweeters, something approaching the dipole effect is achieved, i.e. a diffused sound field. At the same time, the centre tweeter is deactivated. This solution cannot achieve the perfect diffused field of a full dipole set-up, which uses twin cones in the bass department as well, but it does represent a good, value-for-money compromise.
ARIA DIPOL 1 speakers can be combined wither with the other members of the ARIA family or with larger speakers such as the VOX 200.

Component parts list for 1 box

Tweeter
3 pcs.
Woofer
1 St.
Crossover
Crossover ARIA DIPOL 1
1 pc.
Bass reflex tube
BR 6.8 (full length)
1 pc.
Terminal
1 pc.
Damping material
Polyester wool
0.25 bag
Wood screws
3.5 x 19 mm
4 pc.
Countersunk screws
3.5 x 25 mm
16 pcs.
Cable
2 x 1.5 mm²
1.25 m

Technical Data

Rated power
40 W
Maximum power
60 W
Nominal impedance Z
8 Ohm
Übertragungsbereich (-10 dB)
75 - 30000 Hz
Mittlerer Schalldruckpegel
84 dB (1 W/1 m)
Trennfrequenz
2500 Hz
Gehäuseprinzip
Net volume
4.5 l
Außenmaß Höhe
270 mm
Außenmaß Breite
260 mm
Außenmaß Tiefe
121 mm

Accessories

Switch
1 pc.

Press

Extract from Klang & Ton

"In contrast, the Arias demonstrated liveliness and a fine understanding for the subtleties of the film soundtracks. They are, however, robust enough to belt it out, if the need be."
"The two dipoles interface seamlessly with the music experience and ensure that the combination achieves impressive homogeneity. Once again, it became abundantly clear that the sound characteristics of all the speakers in a surround set are of crucial importance, as demonstrated adequately by the Aria combination."
"Visaton's surround set based on the Aria speakers has unmistakably set them apart from the crowd. Despite its compact size, the set has the power and control to make a real impact."