Seraph Bookshelf Model

 

Introduction

The Ethera Seraph is destined to enchant music lovers.  Like its larger sibling, this little angel will blend beautifully into any decor, but more particularly, it will nestle unobtrusively on bookshelves or on stands, and is adaptable for surround arrangements.

Its silk dome tweeter and high-performance 6.5 inch woofer in a die-cast chassis are the first hints that quality is not being traded for compactness.  The Seraph covers the frequency range from 42 Hz to 30 kHz, with a power handling capacity of 85 watts.  It is offered in a luxurious piano finish, in black and selected designer colours.

Updated Preliminary Data

The word is out:  The long-awaited Ethera Seraph is, within its specified range, virtually on par with its larger sibling, the Vitae, in all technical respects.  But of course we will all be waiting to hear what the critics and reviewers have to say.

Notable Features include:

  • Silk dome tweeter

  • High-performance woofer with die-cast chassis

  • Frequency range:  42 Hz - 30 KHz;  Flat +/- 1dB 67Hz-20kHz (anechoic)

  • Nominal impedance:  8 Ohms

  • Minimum impedance:  6.5 Ohms

  • Net volume 13.7 L

  • Luxurious piano finish in selected designer colours

The diagrams below show the phase plot and the impedance magnitude, respectively.  They provide a commentary of their own:


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