Wharfedale Diamond 12.1 Bookshelf Speakers

Highlights

Five-Inch Klarity Bass Driver

Soft-Dome Tweeter

Advanced Bracing Anchor Diamond 12.1

Wharfedale Bookshelf Loudspeaker Plays Music with Definition, Focus, Energy, and Insight

Allowing listeners generous freedom of placement, the two-way bass-reflex speaker renders sought-after detail, tonality, texture, depth, and space from your recordings with investigative insight, engaging definition, and thrilling energy.

Wharfedale Diamond 12.3 Tower Speakers

Highlights

Comprised of woven polyester film with a high-loss coating for open, smoothly extended high frequencies, its one-inch soft-dome tweeter boasts an optimized magnet system and flat front plate to attain wide dispersion and uncompressed playback.

Architecturally, a very short duct on the front plate balances the acoustic load and serves to improve SPL measurement.

Equally important, Diamond 12.3 utilizes a crossover network with LKR 24dB topology and air-core inductors.

It includes a five-inch midrange and five-inch woofer – each comprised of trademarked Klarity cone material – formulated from a blend of polypropylene and mica to add stiffness while remaining lightweight for low coloration and fast responsiveness.

Fitted with a low-damping surround and shaped to achieve a flat response curve, both produce expressive dynamics even on complex material.

Each also touts a precision-crafted magnet system with an aluminum compensation ring to minimize the effect of variations in inductance as the voice coil travels, ultimately leading to an absence of distortion and intermodulation generated by the motor system. The voice coil is wound on an epoxy/glass-fiber bobbin produces higher power handling than those assembled on aluminum machines – and claims a stiffness lacking on Kapton types normally found on speakers at this cost.

Wharfedale Diamond 12.4 Tower Speakers

Highlights

Diamond 12.4 features advanced drivers comprised of trademarked Klarity cone material – formulated from a blend of polypropylene and mica to add stiffness while remaining lightweight for low coloration and fast responsiveness.

Fitted with a low-damping surround and shaped to achieve a flat response curve, it produces expressive dynamics even on complex material.

Each driver also possesses a precision-crafted magnet system with an aluminum compensation ring to minimize the effect of variations in inductance as the voice coil travels, ultimately leading to an absence of distortion and intermodulation generated by the motor system.

The voice coil comes wound on an epoxy/glass-fiber bobbin produces higher power handling than those assembled on aluminum machines – and claims a stiffness lacking on Kapton types normally found on speakers at this price level.

The high end tweeter consists of woven polyester film with a high-loss coating for open, smoothly extended high frequencies. It one-inch soft-dome tweeter boasts an optimized magnet system and flat front plate to attain wide dispersion and uncompressed playback.

Architecturally, a very short duct on the front plate balances the acoustic load and serves to improve SPL measurement.

Equally important, Diamond 12.4 utilizes a sophisticated crossover network with LKR 24dB topology and air-core inductors – the latter commonly found in much more expensive high-end designs due to their low-distortion properties.