The CT 227 is equipped with an Aurasound full range driver that is quite
impressive. The building instruction by Christian Gather is straightforward
and simple - with the exception of a screwdriver and a jigsaw to cut the driver
and terminal openings practically no further tolls are needed.
This speaker is also suitable for smaller rooms where it should be placed on the floor or on a sideboard that is below ear level.
Excerpts of the review by Klang+Ton:
... "We never expected such a tight and powerful bass. Up to a volume considerably
higher than moderate the Aurasound proved to be convincing and projected bass
drum, double and synth bass in an absolutely realistic manner. Typical of
a full range driver, bass was distinctive, especially at close range on a
desk an amazing sound stage was reproduced. Tonal balance was also impressive.
Not equipped with the same level of sensitiveness as the Omnes Audio the CT
227 was rather slightly rough without being blunt. The peculiar sound of the
metal diaphragm was definitely noticeable. However, this didn't result in
an unpleasantly harsh sound but rather gave the speaker its own character.
Moreover, this property only becomes evident when the CT 227 is compared directly
with a speaker that is equipped with paper cone driver and shouldn't be regarded
as a disadvantage. It's rather a peculiarity giving this Cheap Trick its own
Surely, this small full range driver will not perform miracles regarding output levels; but for many applications especially in smaller rooms and for moderate volumes the CT 227 is an interesting and solid solution. Our kit consists of:
Price for CT 227 kit without cabinet per unit:
- not available
. The coils remain the same since the standard version uses already ferrite free ones to avoid rest losses.
Price for CT 227 high-end kit without cabinet per unit:
- not available
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