Jamo Reveals New Generation of Concert 9 Speakers
Jamo’s newly updated Concert 9 speaker series features a new design incorporating natural textiles and advanced acoustics.
Jamo has updated its premium Concert 9 speakers to appeal to both design and audio enthusiasts. Drawing on the brand's award-winning design DNA, the next generation of Jamo Concert series speakers combines an updated design aesthetic with natural textiles and advanced acoustics.
The result, according to Jamo, is a lineup of balanced, natural sounding speakers that complement any living space.
The Jamo Concert 9 passive speaker line consists of two tower speakers (C 97 II and C 95 II), two monitors (C 93 II and C 91 II), a center channel (C 9 CEN II), and surround speakers (C 9 SUR II).
Jamo Concert 9 speakers are available in three premium, furniture-grade finishes (black ash, white and dark apple), designed to blend seamlessly with modern textures and décor.
New, premium magnetic grilles come in two natural tweed fabric options – white speakers feature heather gray grilles, and the black and dark apple speakers come with charcoal gray grilles.
Satin painted MDF baffles, polished chrome logos, and stabilizer cast metal feet ensure this series is aesthetically elegant while providing exceptional acoustics.
The audio technologies featured in the new Jamo Concert loudspeakers include:
- Hybrid Composition Conical Cones (HCCC) to ensure the speakers withstand being driven hard while delivering clean and clear midrange sound.
- Long Displacement Surround (LDS) design for woofers and midrange drivers that deliver a clean transition between highs and lows.
- Anti-Diffraction WaveGuide (ADW) technology that the company says produces more immersive and impactful listening, even outside of the sweet spot.
- Redesigned silk dome tweeter diaphragms with an extra-large surround that lowers distortion for smooth high-frequency and extension.
C 97 II, $825 each; C 95 II, $550 each; C 93 II, $700 pair; C 91 II, $550 pair; C 9 CEN II, $450 each; C 9 SUR II, $775 pair.
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