Paradigm to Debut Concept 4F Speaker Concept
Paradigm is getting ready to unveil its new speaker concept, known as Concept 4F. The concept, to be unveiled at the upcoming Munich High End show, is inspired by what Paradigm calls 33 years of innovation, starting with founder Scott Bagby's ideas from back in 1982.
According to Paradigm:
Concept 4F is a true full-range hybrid loudspeaker, the perfect balance of powered woofers with a passive upper register array. It features TruExtent® Beryllium 1" tweeter and 7" midrange drivers with perforated phase-aligning lenses, and four Ultra-High-Excursion Differential Drive 8.5" woofers in a vibration-cancelling configuration (two front-firing, two rear-firing). Each woofer pair is powered by a separate DSP-controlled 700 W RMS amplifier for a total of 1400 W RMS (2,800 W Dynamic Peak), and combined with exclusive technology like Anthem Room Correction (ARC™) capability. And then some.
"Unlike anything that has come before, Concept 4F taps into our desire to go beyond the expected, to celebrate the technological abilities of Paradigm engineering, untamed," Paradigm said as part of the announcement. "Like the original Paradigm loudspeakers, Concept 4F is Bagby’s personal will manifest. It combines over 33 years of groundbreaking audio innovations into one astounding loudspeaker concept. Nothing is off limits. From breathtaking design to no-holds-barred performance, it embodies the Paradigm ethos of power and art.