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Alexandria XLF

Alexandria XLF joins the Alexandria family, not as a replacement for the Series 2, but as its measurably more ambitious sibling. While maintaining the recognizable Alexandria form factor, it is physically larger, with 14% greater bass volume. Thicker cabinet walls and added bracing for an even more inert enclosure.It introduces passive bass management technology unique in the audio world. It in...[more]

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Alexia Series 2

When it came to designing the Series 2, every angle and curve was scrutinized, every structural element was considered, each of the metal components, large and small, were carefully examined for possible improvements. Nearly everything in the Alexia has been reworked for the Series 2 with an eye toward more elegantly following the underlying technological function responsible for the Alexia&rsq...[more]

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Alexx

Alexx incorporates Wilson’s latest thinking on loudspeakerdesign in the areas of time-domain geometry,driver configuration, and driver development.It is the latest beneficiary of Wilson’s ongoinganalysis of low-resonance cabinet strategiesvia laser vibrometer. Alexx draws from both recent designs such as the Alexia and the Sabrina, as well as the WAMM—Dave Wilson’s up an...[more]

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Duette II

The new Wilson Audio Duette series II is available in two configurations: a “bookshelf” mode, and a stand-mounted model. In either configuration, the crossover is external to the speaker itself. This has two important advantages. First, it mechanically isolates the crossover components from the drivers, providing greater freedom from vibration induced grain and noise. Secondly, it a...[more]

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Mezzo

The Mezzo was also formulated and engineered with a specific function in mind: a loudspeaker endowed with a nearly identical sonic signature to Wilson's Sasha W/P but in a low-profile package. When used as a center channel, Mezzo seamlessly matches the acoustic signature of Wilson's remarkable Sasha. Indeed, the Mezzo features a driver complement nearly identical to the Sasha, the exception bei...[more]

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Polaris

The organizing passion of Wilson Audio since its inception more than three decades ago: bringing home the emotional impact of live music through two-channel reproduction. Applying the same focus and expertise to multichannel theater systems was simply the natural extension of that passion.   Wilson’s line of WATCH™ (Wilson Audio ...[more]

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Sabrina

Every Sabrina crossover is a solitary work of art, each built individually to match the reference crossover. Wilson mandates tolerances that are as stringent as plus-or-minus point-two percent (two-tenths of a percent)—much more exacting than what even the best individual components can achieve. While other high-end manufacturers accept this lack of precision as au fait, and crank out tin...[more]

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Sasha II

The tweeter portion of the Sasha Series-2 Wilson's Audio baffle is now made from the latest generation of X-Material, like in the Alexia. The midrange portion of the baffle continues to be S-material. S-material was developed specifically for use in midrange baffles, and is a wonder of midrange beauty and low-resonance. In combination with X-material, S-material reduces measurable and audible n...[more]

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Sophia III

Dave Wilson once observed that, when the original Sophia was launched in 2001, it was inevitably described in the audio press as Wilson Audio's "entry-level" floor-standing loudspeaker. While Sophia remains Wilson's most affordable floorstander, focusing on price obscures an important fact—which was that price was incidental to Sophia's actual design object...[more]

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Thor's Hammer

Thor is popularly known as the Norse god of thunder. He is often depicted carrying a short-handled hammer named Mjollnir, a symbol of his awesome power. Thunder is fitting to associate with Wilson Audio’s new state-of-the-art subwoofer. Truth be told, our product might give Thor an inferiority complex. Thunder, you see, primarily occupies the frequency spectrum from 20-120 hertz. Thor’s Hamme...[more]

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