Canohm has announced the launch of the new ‘i’ series upgrade to Amina’s audiophile AIW750 Invisible Loudspeaker. Designed to be plastered in to walls and ceilings, the AIW750i marks the latest, most innovative and most reliable incarnation of any invisible loudspeaker on the market designed to recreate high definition audio without interfering in any way with the aesthetic design of a home or commercial space.
The AIW750i features two separate panel loudspeakers per channel of audio. The physically larger panel is focussed on producing the lower audio range. The other physically narrower device reproduces mid and high frequencies. This separation of function enables the combined devices to reproduce high power, very low frequency sounds, whilst at the same time creating a spatially open and incredibly fast and detailed response.
The 750i also features a revolutionary refinement of the company’s opti-damping technology, resulting in a beautifully smooth and refined sound free from exaggerated sibilance that characterise lesser products.
One further dramatic change Amina has implemented in the new i version is the introduction of a simplified wiring scheme. The previous 750 model relied on a four wire connection back to the amplifier. Now, a single pair connection with the HF panel daisy chained off the LF panel allows the products use in pre wired locations.
The AIW750i has 100W continuous and 200W peak power handling, a sensitivity of 87dB 1m/2.83Vrms and a frequency range of 50Hz to 20KHz all when fully installed, with a final 2mm skim coat of plaster on the front.