Imperial is a standspeaker with cardioidic radiation pattern.
There is also a substand for it, when the whole combination becomes an active standing speaker with the benefits of miniDSP.
A gallery of Imperial standspeaker can be found from the link of the picture above. Note, the version one is on these images.
The Imperial substand has a 2-channel amplifier and DSP, which is a great benefit in difficult room acoustics. The standspeaker can be activated by the substand or be connected to Your integrated amplifier and the substands can be used as a normal stereo subwoofers from the preouts of Your amplifier. It is also possible to connect digital signal to the miniDSP plate amp.
Cardioidic radiation pattern
New 6,5" midrange and two 6,5" midranges in the back of the speaker
Nominal impedance 6 ohms
Frequency range 65 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Sensitivity 87 dB/W/m
400 mm (width) x 270 mm (depth) x 340 mm (hight)
Bipolar radiation pattern
Two 10" drivers
Frequency range 25 Hz to 65 Hz (3rd degree lowpass at 45 Hz)
Amplifier power 2 x 140 Watts
Inputs with RCA- or XLR-connectors (also digital with AES/EBU) (miniDSP PWR-ICE125)
Output to standspeaker with binding posts
Control trough RJ45-cable (PC and MAC)
400 mm (width) x 270 mm (depth) x 730 mm (hight without spikes)
For our international customers we will offer the Imperial 2.0 loudspeakers as DIY instructions. This project can be followed up on miniDSP forum.