At ISE 2014 one of the first Indian companies to enter the world of reference-grade pro audio, Sonodyne, is showcasing its Opus speakers, which merge the worlds of digital content and analogue electro-acoustics.
Opus is said to respond to the evolution of the IT and telecom industries, which has transformed portable media devices like mobile phones, computers and set-top boxes into high-fidelity content carriers. It addresses the new breed of computer and digital audiophiles who need high quality DAC and active speakers to plug into the high quality digital media stored in IT ecosystems.
Product highlights include: a kevlar cone woofer and midrange to minimise cone breakup and distortion; a kevlar cone midrange and silk dome tweeter in waveguide for controlled dispersion; and transparency in critical mid, upper mid band and soundstaging.
Sonodyne also features DSP enabled crossover for smooth on and off axis response, a class AB power amplifier with MOSFET output stage for exceptional dynamics, high grade SMD components used in compact 2 layer PCB for reduced noise, an aluminium/MDF rigid enclosure to minimise vibrations, and software tuned ports for maximum LF extension.