Like many flagship creations, the Symphony loudspeaker system began in the space of task-irrelevant thoughts and fantasy. Siltech’s Edwin van der Kley Rynveld and his team dreamed of a speaker that could accurately recreate the sounds of the largest symphonies down to the very quietest music, and that pushed the boundaries beyond the abilities of the human ear to evaluate their cable designs.
Each speaker is a massive 460 lbs. of audio engineering chef-d’oeuvre that combines decades of research and development with state-of-the-art materials and craftsmanship. Each of the three driver cabinets has the dedicated task of reproducing different portions of the audio spectrum: high frequencies, middle frequencies, and low frequencies. All cabinets contain elaborate internal engineering combining aluminum walls and polymer to eliminate any unwanted mechanical distortions. The drivers within each cabinet are Siltech’s own and connected to a sophisticated powered crossover using their exclusive passive analog buffer technology.