Each element and its characteristics play a crucial role in delivering the purest sounds imaginable. All Estelon products are built from the inside out. That means that the shape is the result of decades of engineering and experiences on how to create the best conditions for music reproduction. Taking this into account there are not many materials in the world which can adhere to all of the necessary conditions.
Our X-Series and our Flagship model cabinets are built using a proprietary marble based composite material. This allows to create the perfect form and shape of the speaker. The specific shape and materials eliminate any extra internal resonances and difractions and therefore the sound is pure and natural without coloration.
The same ideology is also used for the YB speaker, using only the materials that fit best the speaker’s characteristics.
The finishing techniques of all our speakers come from the automotive industry, which makes the coating very durable. The finishing is handcrafted and consists of up to 12 layers and is then carefully hand polished.
Top quality drivers
Estelon X-Series loudspeakers use German top driver company – Thiel & Partner. They have been producing and distributing high quality drivers made of stiff membrane materials such as ceramics, CVD-diamond and aluminium under the accuton® brand since 1994. Accuton also produces the speaker systems for Bugatti supercars.
Our YB model is using driver elements from SEAS and Scan-Speak.
The Scan-Speak Revelator midrange is well known for its sliced paper cone technology. The slices are filled with damping glue, which dramatically reduces break-up modes in the diaphragm. And the 1” compact beryllium tweeter is an example of a big sound in a small body. As beryllium is a material characterized by great stiffness, light weight and high damping, the beryllium diaphragm offers all the properties required to reproduce excellent sound
And the SEAS stiff aluminum cone gives tremendous bass precision. The cone and the low loss rubber surround show no sign of the familiar 500-1500 Hz cone edge resonance and distortion associated with soft cones.