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Epoque Reference loudspeakers by Gobel

By Adrian Prisca


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It has previously been proven that carbon fiber is no longer used strictly in vehicle-related industry, but in audio-video technology as well. Some good examples are Carboton Matraisse (available at $50,000) or the Prerenaissance set (priced at around $140,000), with extraordinary audio performance. The latest that have come onto the market are the Epoque speakers, by Göbel.

Comprising the well-known Göbel-patented bending wave-driver with 8 aluminum passive radiators and 4 long throw chassis, this set offers great audio performance and dispersion, in spite of the vertical layout they possess. They are customizable at the client’s wish, from the semi-glossed finish they can take up to two color options, brilliant white and black.

They have been galvanized through anodized treatment, for a uniquely smooth finish, while their body is mostly made of aluminum. The speakers’ membrane is made out of 9 layers of carbon fiber, the composite board consists of 15 mm aluminum acoustic baffles and the sound produced varies in frequency from 20Hz up to a staggering 31Mhz.

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. While only someone that has experience in audio-tech can hear the true value of this set, the average listener may pick some better-looking ones, like the ones previously mentioned. Sound is the name of the game for this marvelous set.


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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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