The German high-end loudspeaker manufacturer Göbel unveil Epoque, their lates reference class loudspeaker. With two options in terms of colors including the brilliant white and black, the majority of the speaker’s body has been created out of aluminum, which has been given anodized treatment to give a special smooth finishing.
The black rectangles on these speakers are actually the latest version of Göbel’s signature bending wave drivers. Although previous models were crafted from thin wooden membranes, this latest iteration uses nine layers of laser-cut carbon fiber in addition to the wooden core. Of course neither carbon-fiber nor wood can produce sound on their own accord so the actual tunes are produced by four aluminum longthrow chassis drivers and eight passive radiators that reside within the driver unit.
Each instance carries 6 outlets with 12 subwoofers and a front-mounted control panel, all these being able to let out a sound that tickles every ear out there, whether listening to black metal music or chill-out and lounge.
Within the next few months the Epoque Reference Loudspeakers with almost 200 kilograms in weight will make its journey to the most renowned hifi dealers in Europe. Regardless whether you are in Berlin, Munich, London or Paris, Göbel will visit you and give you an opportunity to experience the patented Göbel bending wave loudspeaker. [Göbel]