Veracity Sp1 speakers preview

From Gregor, first pair of Veracity Sp1 speakers is ready. Few years ago I had a concept of my own speakers based on what I learned, experimented with and made in audio engineering. This concept grew into plan. A year of testing variety of drivers, experimental crossovers and cabinets to narrow down the results. It took further three months to complete, tune and test the first pair. Time, money, ups and downs, but lots of great moments and satisfaction. Veracity Sp1 cabinets are constructed and finished by master craftsmen M. Williamson. The faceted appearance is a result of the sonic criteria for design

Basics of Veracity Sp1

  • organic, unrestricted, deep, wide, and open sound
  • veracity with emotion 
  • three way front system with back firing supertweeter
  • frequency response of 25Hz-40kHz,
  • 90dB efficiency 
  • dual split baffle with separate sealed midrange and tweeter enclosures 
  • adjustable tilt angle for mid-high enclosure
  • acoustically phase aligned drivers
  • first order crossover for midrange 
  • all drivers working in phase 
  • purist crossover without notch filters, electrolytics and L pads
  • 7" lightweight papercone midrange driver, linear in 260Hz-2670Hz range 
  • quad 10" bass drivers with mechanical resonance of 23Hz 
  • 1" soft dome, expanded rear chamber, no ferro-fluid front tweeter with excellent on and off axis characteristics 
  • 1" ceramic dome, rear mounted super tweeter with designed angle dispersion 
  • matched efficiency drivers 
  • acoustic suspension, sealed enclosure for midrange
  • infinite baffle, sealed bass enclosure with optional, openable, tuned to 25Hz front port
  • minimum areas of sound reflecting front baffles
  • sloping front and rear of cabinets 
  • all baltic-birch plywood construction using master craftsmen, classic techniques 
  • multiple  structural bracing in bass enclosure
  • double thickness baffles 
  • mass loaded damping (36dBper sq" vinyl loaded mineral blocks, cutted and fixed in calculated patern) 
  • mechanically de-coupled from the cabinet midrange driver, mounted in its own subframe on neoprene layer via rubber decoupled rods
  • acoustically inert midrange enclosure 
  • grounding network for drivers chassis with separate binding posts
  • bi-wiring, bi-amping
  • crossover frequencies 260Hz, 2670Hz, 7000Hz
  • to be continued... 

Jacqueline Read
Jacqueline Read


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