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“Designing  a speaker means conceiving of it not only as a correct reproducer of the sound message, with all that this implies in terms of technical and structural solutions, but also as an element in close communication with the environment surrounding it.”

A designer is never called on simply to address the aesthetic aspects, independently of the technical ones, as many believe, but must necessarily find the right combination, the fine line in the coexistence between form and function. In the case of Emmespeakers loudspeakers, the challenge was that of combining the designer’s studies on the influence of the tapered profile on the acoustics of the transducers with a form that would render the object coherent and dimensionally harmonic, in all three dimensions. The “sandwich” technology employed in the construction of the cabinet implies working the wood multilayer using numerically controlled machines, which literally engrave each panel so as to define the exterior as well as interior profile. This process, which ensures an enormous solidity of the cabinet, entails a careful identification of the front profile, which will be necessarily repeated for the entire depth of the cabinet. A challenge in certain respects, but also a resource if worked out carefully at the design stage.  As often occurs, also in the case of Emmespeakers loudspeakers, simplification immediately seemed the correct strategy to pursue. The result is a “whole” object, whose tapered shape, narrower at the top and wider at the bottom, conveys a dynamic, yet stable image, also offering an extremely compact volume where the eye mostly perceives the dimension of the upper part of the cabinet. The streamlined, minimal, fluid design becomes a distinctive, but never invasive, trait, of an object of quality conceived for listening pleasure, but which also displays itself proudly to view.

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