- 2 way speaker - (Bookshelf Speakers)


#1

Buchardt Audio Denmark

Our new 2 way speaker S 400 - pulls teeth and plays completely fantasy with the various PS audio puzzles from the exemplary Stella series

https://www.buchardt-audio.com/products/s400-black-pair-pre-order-discount

https://www.facebook.com/Buchardtaudio/?hc_ref=ARRJ_vBQas3MlThPS9SL9yKdXiV41uhWsqP9sP29Riw_m929xbKUH_Q5QaX-iLv6WxQ&pnref=story

Buchardt Audio (HiFi & Surround 2017) s400 model https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mw_M3kyYpcY&t=2s

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       Michael (friend) 

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Mads Buchardt (Director and developer)

Z Review - Buchardt S300 (Danish Music Masters)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j4NEeoYoLj4

Z Review - Buchardt S300 [SOUND DEMO]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_viPmoyCko&t=87s

Z Review - Buchardt S200 [The White Devils]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30t0fTNr06I&t=159s

#2

http://www.psaudio.com/askpaul/are-there-any-good-bookshelf-speakers/


#3

Buchardt Audio S400 loudspeaker

Implemented properly, waveguides for tweeters make a lot of sense. A waveguide can control the directivity of a tweeter’s output to better match and blend with that of the lower-frequency driver(s), and it can increase a tweeter’s acoustical output enough that it will need much less power from the amp to produce a certain sound-pressure level.

Enter the S400, a two-way minimonitor (€1600/pair) from Buchardt Audio, a Danish company I’d never heard of, and whose website states that they’re a company-direct seller of speakers designed in Denmark, made in Indonesia, and shipped worldwide. There’s some good tech in the S400, including a large waveguide surrounding a 0.75” silk-dome tweeter crossed over to a 6.5” aluminum-cone midrange-woofer, this in turn supported by a 5” x 8” passive radiator on the rear.
As their website makes plain, Buchardt Audio, like so many Danish companies, is big into measurements: “5402 acoustic measurement points [were] conducted with a robotic nearfield scanner. With this measurement accuracy it was possible to achieve a seamless transition from the woofer to the custom-made constant directivity tweeter/waveguide.” Their measurement protocol also indicates why they positioned the tweeter and waveguide below the midrange-woofer: “A challenge that had to be solved using such a deep waveguide was the phase-shift between the woofer and the tweeter. This was solved by placing the waveguide under the woofer as well as a very discreet tilt of the cabinet at only two degrees, this aligns the drivers in phase.” As soon as I finish writing this article, I’ll contact Buchardt to arrange for review samples of the S400 to be sent to one of our writers.

http://www.soundstagehifi.com/index.php/1122


#4

The S 400 astonishes everyone at the various fairs we have been to. Here it is from Hamburg, Germany41_gif101_gifsmiley-music005_gifcant-believe-my-eyes-smiley-emoticon_gif

http://www.i-fidelity.net/reportagen/themen/norddeutsche-hifi-tage-2018/seite-8.html


#5

We are so proud that we can present our new s 400 speaker with PS Audio equipment in Aarhus Denmark. Thank you Paul.

https://www.facebook.com/events/158591344793682/

PS audio Denmark
https://high-performance.dk/maerker/ps-audio.html


#6

Here from the Hifi fair in Sweden where our new S 400 speaker scores 8 out of 10

http://www.extremeshop.se/shop/?p=5325