Arteluthe, a Canadian loudspeaker manufacturer, based out of Quebec, has just announced their latest loudspeaker model – the Cadenza. The new model is a departure from the company’s former designs and is “entirely built by hand in Canada with select exotic veneers, solid and engineered woods. Utilizing TAD Pro components (TL1601a and TD2001), the two-way hornloaded system has a high sensitivity specification of 96dB@2.83V. Frequency response is stated as: 36Hz to 24-000Hz (24Hz@-6dB) with a 90° horizontal and vertical dispersion and nominal 8 ohm impedance. The Cadenza uses diffraction horns that are each made from 15 individual parts, which are hand-finished prior to assembly. The Cadenza comes with a matching base, bass cabinet, horn assembly, high quality 4th-order crossover and pure silver wiring.
The Cadenza is now available at a MSRP of: $24,000 CDN and a variety of exotic veneers can be special ordered. Look for more information to be shared shortly at: http://www.arteluthe.com/