The visible main drive unit handles bass and midrange and is isobarically loaded by similar drive units located inside the cabinet. The main tweeter is mounted above it, within a sculpted sub-baffle designed to minimise unwanted diffraction effects. The treble output is augmented by the two upward-firing EMIT super-tweeters mounted atop the enclosure.
Another ULTIMATUM feature is the use of decoupled baffles. The driver-mounting baffles (front & top) are fixed to the main structure via a polyethylene membrane. The total baffle is a 45mm thick 'sandwich' of birch plywood, polyethylene and MDF. This provides a rigid non-resonant platform, which is ideal for optimal performance of the drive units.
The crossover is a minimalist 3 element type (plus damping & attenuating resistors) employing precisely toleranced, low loss air-cored inductors and Neat's newly-developed polypropylene film & foil capacitors. The speaker exploits predominantly first-order crossover slopes and mechanical roll-offs for a natural, uninhibited performance.
A dedicated stand, incorporating a solid slate baseplate and tri-laminate top-plate, is available for the MFS.
Enclosure type: Multi chamber, milti driver array, incorporating iso-baric internal cavities, plus upward firing super-tweeters.
Sensitivity: 88db/1 watt.
Recommended amplifier power: 25 - 200watts.
Impedance: 6 ohms average. Minimum 4 ohms.
Weight: 15kg each.
Neat Ultimatum premium (high gloss) finishes.
The representations above are for guidance only.