JJ BOOOTH &
besides a solid construction of the loudspeaker cabinet, different types of damping materials are needed to reduce unwanted vibrations and their influences on the sound reproduction. through research and different tests I found a selection of ecological materials based on wood, hemp and cork for proper damping.
the most visible part of a loudspeaker is the cone which moves back and forth to produce
the needed air pressure which we define as sound. one of the oldest and still perfectly
working material is paper. so why choosing something toxic instead?
the music as an electrical sinus wave gets transformed into movements of the cone through magnets on the driver unit’s back. nowadays, there are plenty lighter magnets than the ferrite magnets I choose. they sound the same, but these lighter options are toxic in terms of recycling.
the speaker cabinets are constructed with certified birch plywood. to directly use its beautiful pattern and wooden qualities,
I choose a natural finish based on wax, oil
and pigments. the result is a soft touch
with a satin gloss.
all new fidelity speakers are fully activated through integrated DSP amping, where all traditional crossover parts aren’t needed anymore. the high efficient class-d technology reduces the need of electricity. besides its sustainable benefits, digital amping gives us the full control for the best sound.