Phase Technology introduces the dARTS 5.25 & 6.5 systems utilizing a proprietary 16 x 250W digital amp, comprehensive DSP capabilities and a custom version of Audyssey Labs' famed MultEQ XT-Pro room correction software for award winning sound.
The new dARTS 5,25 uses a new 5.25" woven glass/nomex honeycomb woofer. As with it larger cousin the dARTs 6.5 series, Phase Technology is building its dARTS drivers to meet a tolerance of ±0.5 dB, and then using the DP -2000 amplifier's onboard DSP to adjust each finished cabinet AND each total system to also be within ±0.5 dB. The available DSP allows Phase Tech's engineers to calibrate frequency contouring, phase and time alignment, and crossover frequency/slopes to amazingly tight tolerances, yielding perfectly matched systems every time. Of course, once a system is installed in a room, much of that matching is negated by the room's acoustic properties. Audyssey's MultEQ XT -Pro software allows a trained installer to measure each room's individual acoustic anomalies and automatically develop correction curves for each individual channel. These correction curves, utilizing up to 512 FIR filter taps per channel, are then uploaded to non -volatile EPROM memory in the DP -2000 amplifier, which then biamps or triamps each speaker for an incredible level of control. The result is that the four versions of Phase Tech's and Audyssey's target curves are achievable in nearly any acoustic environment, yielding precise, dependable, repeatable sound throughout any listening area. Several "Best in Show" awards from CEDIA and rave reviews in multiple magazines attest to the success of the marriage between Phase Tech speakers and electronics, and Audyssey's room correction program.
"Phase Technology's new dARTS 5.25 Series speakers allow the unbelievable sound of dARTS technology to now fit into many more people's rooms and budgets, said Tony Weber , Director of Sales & Marketing at Phase Technology. "We are so proud of the awards and press we've received, recognizing how important dARTS technology is. It truly IS the future of audio reproduction, just as Ken Hecht foresaw when he started working on the digital speaker project back in 1990. That this amazing performance, which is available regardless of what a listening room is like, is now available in six different versions and price points, along with being fully customizeable, means that many more people can now enjoy its benefits.