Amphion Krypton 3

Der Schallwandler Krypton 3 ist Amphions Aushängeschild und wird inzwischen in der dritten Generation hergestellt. Bei der Krypton 3 handelt es sich um einen innovativen 3-Wege-Lautsprecher welcher es ermöglicht, großorchestrale Aufnahmen zu genießen ohne dabei in einer Konzerthalle zu sein.

Hören Sie Musik in Perfektion Zuhause.

Der für das Spitzenmodell Krypton3 selbstentwickelte Papier-Papyrus 8” Mitteltöner vereint eigentlich mehrere Treiber in einem und bildet, dank genauer Treiberplatzierung mit dem Hochtöner, eine perfekte und zeitgenaue Punktquelle ab 160 Hz. Erleben Sie ein hörbar luftigeres Klangbild, erzielt durch die Rippenstruktur und gleichzeitig die weit niedrigeren Verzerrungen des 8" Chassis.

Innerhalb des kritischen Bereiches zwischen 600-2000 Hz sorgen die Rippen des Kegels dafür, dass die Anlage ähnlich wie ein 4” Chassis reagiert.

Das Gesamtpaket aus dem 8 Zoll Papyrus Mittelton Treiber und der Technologie des Kegels mit seiner Rippenstruktur, führt zu einem spürbar luftigeren Klangbild, was auch durch die deutlich niedrigeren Verzerrungen des 8 Zoll Treibers begünstigt wird.

Technische Daten Krypton3

Arbeitsprinzip: Zwei-Wege Bassreflex
Hochtöner: 1" Titanium, Integrator
Mittel-/Tieftöner: 2 x 8" Papier/10" Aluminium
Crossover-Punkt: 160 Hz/1200 Hz
Impedanz: 4 Ohm
Empfindlichkeit: 89 dB
Frequenzgang: 22 - 30 000 Hz
Empfohlene Leistung: 25 - 300 Watt
Abmessungen: (H x B x T): 1370 x 240 x 470 mm

Varianten

Aphion bietet den Lautsprecher in verschiedenen Furnieren und Farben an.

Basic:
Standard weiß (m. schwarzen Chassis)
Komplett weiß
Schwarz

Furniere:
Birkenholz
Nußbaumholz
Kirschbaum (auf Anfrage)

Testberichte / Reviews

This speaker design embodies ideas that have to my mind and ears a fundamental correctness in their ability to take the listening room out of the system. Because the Kryptons put out so little to the sides, they can be quite close to the sidewalls. Even if you do not have a huge room, you can put them far apart and reproduce large-scale music with something much closer to the physical scale of the live event. Add to this that the Kryptons³s will play loudly without strain, and something more like an orchestral concert, say, can be reproduced better than most speakers even dream of."

"The Krypton3s really are spectacular: remarkable indeed in their spatial presentation, superb in perceived resolution, ultra-low in distortion even at enormous volumes (they will play loud!), and almost completely free of coloration arising from off-axis irregularities. It all adds up to remarkably realistic sound".

"I found the whole experience fascinating. I pulled out many of my old favorite recordings  just to see how they would turn out when given this kind of convincing clarity of both the music itself and the space around, many more than were called for in preparation of the review as such"

Robert Greene, The Absolute Sound (TAS 223)

"Most surprising demo I heard at the show!"

Clement Perry, Editor www.stereotimes.com


"The system was astonishingly brilliant and transparent, yet smooth and effortless at the same time. I was able to achieve the organic emotionality that I listen for but never expected to hear at a trade show."

Carlos Sanchez, www.stereotimes.com


"In particular, classical concerts are perfectly reproduced with a clear revelation of the room acoustics in various concert halls. It was fascinating to be alb to recognize the acoustics of the concert hall so precisely on the Amphions and to hear the difference in room acoustics between the (perhaps too) dry sound from the new Danish concert hall and the more open sound from the famous Berlin hall".

Peter Plaschke, Dänemark, Kunde: Amphion Krypton2

...produces a large window on the sound, which allows several people to enjoy its generous soundstage in a typical listening room."

"The Krypton3 is more than great bass, we´are pleased to report. The treble is a solid act too. It is reasonably sweet, definately open and it gives the music a vivid tonality."

Alvin Gold, Hifi Collection 2010


"with an untreated room the reproduction was much better that one would expect"

Robert Jorgensen, High Fidelity magazine Denmark