After completing the R30A Shortwave receiver to rave reviews among users, the Palstar team saw the need for a compact shortwave speaker that is tonally matched to the R30A and designed to put out clear, low-distortion reproduction of the frequency range of broadcast human speech.
This version of the SP30B communications speaker is for those who value the quality and expense of an audiophile speaker driver. Our choice to meet this demand is the Alpair-6M Gold Fullrange driver with Overload Protection. Features of the Alpair-6M driver include:
– Multi-form cone design improves vocal clarity
– Advanced Nomex rear suspension
– 4 Ohm driver
– 15 watts nominal, 30 watts maximum
– Speaker driver weight: 1.80 lbs.
The audiophile version of the SP30B features solid cherry wood, not 9 ply birch, and is “Made in the USA” by local cabinet makers and is available in Piano Gloss Black (picture forthcoming), and traditional stained Black, Cherry, or White with semi-gloss/satin finish.
The SP30B Audiophile is the speaker that features a visually satisfying hand-made wooden cabinet constructed from solid wood the way things used to be made.
A small piece of luxury and maybe even a bit of nostalgia to give you the best possible sound for your listening experience.
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