Danish speaker specialist Dynaudio has unveiled an all-new loudspeaker range. Dubbed Evoke, the five-strong range borrows heavily from the marque’s more expensive and sophisticated models, but is aimed at making the brand more accessible.
The Evoke range was developed from scratch, and doesn’t replace any existing models. The result of an intensive R&D process, including exhaustive measurements and listening tests, Evoke comprises two floorstanders, two stand-mounted models, and a dedicated centre channel.
A highlight is the debut of the all-new Cerotar tweeter, developed specifically for the new range. Based on technologies used by the Esotar 40 and the flagship Esotar3, the Cerotar features a ceramic magnet array, and a 28mm soft-dome diaphragm, supported by a new Hexis inner dome.
The inner dome is claimed to improve airflow behind the dome for a more linear frequency response, while also addressing stray resonances.
The Evoke also boasts newly developed woofers with magnesium-silicate polymer (MSP) cones, ceramic magnets and a new surround design allowing for extended excursion. Dedicated midrange drivers swap ceramic for neodymium versions and an aluminium voice coil.
The tapered, heavily braced enclosures have been specifically designed for inertness, and resistance to standing waves, and are offered in a choice of four finishes: high gloss black, high gloss white, walnut wood and blonde wood.
The Dynaudio Evoke range goes on sale early next year.