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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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Alexia V

V-Material is nested in the top of the woofer and midrange enclosures for increased vibration mitigation and control. By using X-Material throughout all three modules, and methodically refining the internal bracing and panel thicknesses, Wilson Audio's Engineers have enhanced enclosure damping to a new standard for this product category. ...[more]

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Alexx V

The open architecture gantry first launched with WAMM Master Chronosonic, followed by Chronosonic XVX, has now found a home with Alexx V. Not only does this benefit the overall appearance of the loudspeaker, but critically, it also enhances the overall rigidity of the entire upper module section and minimizes pressure trapped behind the enclosures, resulting in greater fidelity. Easier access t...[more]

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Chronosonic XVX

Legacy In 2018, having completed work on the Sasha DAW, Daryl Wilson knew it was time to push his engineering team’s skills, passion, and expertise to further limits and extremes—just as his father had with the WAMM. From this inchoate desire, he began formulating ideas for his new flagship loudspeaker. Ideas that, in turn, launched an unprecedented wave of research and innovation w...[more]

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As part of the design approach, the WASAE team took data points from our larger subwoofer systems: Wilson Audio Subsonic , Thor’s Hammer , and W.A.T.C.H. Dog . While these passive and large volume subwoofer systems provide ultimate flexibility and choice of the amplification, LōKē is an all-in-one, simple to setup, and easy to manage subwoofer solution. Incorporated into L...[more]

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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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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.   Wilsons line of WATCH (Wilson Audio ...[more]

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Sabrina X

A short animated video revealing the form-factor changes within the SabrinaX in comparison to the previous model. The SabrinaX is a ground-up rethinking of the Sabrina, perhaps the most universally loved of Wilson’s small, floor-standing loudspeakers during the last several decades. The original Sabrina attracted a loyal, almost cult-like following. It was a rare combination of traditio...[more]

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Sasha DAW

The Man Who Started it All The original WATT began not as a response to a perceived market need. It was not the product of focus groups. Dave Wilson never intended it to be a commercial product at all. Dave designed the WATT in 1985 as a tool for himself. He was a recording engineer who needed a loudspeaker he could take with him to on-location recording venues, a location monitor that s...[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 Audios 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. Thors Hamme...[more]

Passive subwoofer
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