• B.M.C. Silver - cool and modern
• Blue Titanium - slightly blueish Titanium color
The Bipolar Concept
Most conventional speakers have good depth of image in the center of the sound-stage, but much less so at the sides. Responsible for this lack of realism are the distorted frequency responses outside of the speaker axis. By walking around any speaker it is easy to hear how the sound balance changes. The PureVox’s quasi-bi-polar design dramatically improves the sound-stage’s depth impression at the sides, making the soundstage more complete and realistic.
The body of the PureVox’s cabinet is made of a single piece of extruded aluminum, with a varying thickness to reduce internal resonances. Several inside layers of a molten-in damping material and stabilization bars at the remaining resonance points make the cabinet perfectly quiet. Its stiffness and the low internal energy loss are far better than any wooden cabinet construction. The PureVox is also free of the effects of humidity and aging, and 60 pounds per speaker is a statement of build quality. The cabinet is sealed, eliminating the bass-reflex resonance that can sound like blowing air into an empty bottle. The power of the drivers and the cabinet’s low energy loss more than compensate for any loss of oomph in the sound.
Drivers by B.M.C. Audio
The PureVox is a quasi-balanced speaker, which means the same driver set is on the front as is on the 45-degree angled rear of the top. This includes two 6.9-inch Kevlar/fiberglass bass/midrange drivers in a quasi-bipolar configuration. The PureVox’s configuration also includes two powerful AMT tweeters, with strong motor / weight relation for superb acceleration and a high sound-pressure capability without compression effects.
Beside the traditional binding posts the PureVox also offers a professional SpeakON terminal, which is safe, reliable and convenient to use. Speaker cables with a SpeakON plug are also available from B.M.C. A small switch allows slight variations of the sound balance: To top: It adds a little “air” for rather damped rooms of “darker” sounding electronics. To bottom: It adds a little more “warmth” for low damped rooms or rather “cool” sounding electronics.
An Advanced Speaker System by B.M.C. Audio