ElectroMotion R

Haut-parleur de plafond haute performance

L'ElectroMotion R est un haut-parleur de plafond haute performance haut de gamme qui utilise un woofer de 8 pouces en aluminium plus grand et un tweeter à mouvement plié incliné pour des applications de plafond aux performances ultimes. Le haut-parleur est rotatif pour viser le son.

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Le son de l'invisibilité

La série architecturale ElectroMotion® est dotée de notre technologie de transducteur à couche mince Folded Motion® compacte et primée, qui établit un nouveau standard de performances acoustiques pour les applications dans les murs et les plafonds. Conçus pour ceux qui recherchent les systèmes de cinéma à domicile multicanaux les plus articulés et les plus dynamiques du monde, ou tout simplement un système furtif à 2 canaux, les enceintes de la série Architectural sont associées à la fois à la voix et au timbre, ainsi qu'au reste de la gamme d'ultra haut-parleurs électrostatiques et à mouvement plié.

Tweeters Folded Motion®

Les tweeters à mouvement plié travaillent en déplaçant l'air (qui crée un son) perpendiculairement aux arêtes pliées du diaphragme, de la même manière que fonctionne un accordéon. Ce diaphragme de masse extrêmement faible "presse" l'air et nécessite près de 90% moins d'excursion que le tweeter à dôme typique, ce qui minimise considérablement les distorsions tout en offrant un temps de réponse extrêmement rapide. La surface accrue augmente également la dispersion sonore, contrôlée créer une scène sonore réaliste et soigneusement gravée.

Installation facile

Un système de verrouillage de montage robuste permet une installation rapide et sans problème. Lorsqu'ils ne sont pas utilisés, les verrous de montage à commande constante sont maintenus de manière sécurisée dans un boîtier autonome. Lorsqu'ils sont mis en place lors de l'installation, ils couplent fermement le châssis de l'enceinte au plafond. Et si l'enceinte est retirée, les verrous se rétractent et se verrouillent dans leurs logements.

Les installateurs se réjouissent de voir que le tweeter Folded Motion est monté en angle, permettant ainsi à l’ensemble du haut-parleur de pivoter pour viser le son précisément là où vous le souhaitez.

Grilles Furtives

Les enceintes architecturales ElectroMotion sont dotées de grilles microperforées à profil ultra-bas, pouvant être peintes, sans cache visible, pour une intégration presque invisible dans tous les murs et tous les plafonds. Un système magnétique maintient facilement les grilles en place, réduisant ainsi le risque de déformation ou de détérioration lors de l'installation.

Crossover Vojtko ™ à topologie avancée et précision

Construit à la main avec soin en utilisant uniquement les meilleurs condensateurs en polyester et bobines à noyau pneumatique, le crossover utilise la topologie Vojtko de MartinLogan pour une distorsion extrêmement faible et une intégration transparente du pilote. Ce réseau de précision préserve les nuances soniques les plus microscopiques tout en gérant toute la dynamique de toute source.

Utilisation multi-applications

Le EM-R convient à toutes les applications dans les petites et les grandes salles. Idéal pour une utilisation dans un home cinéma multicanaux en tant que haut-parleur surround, dans une cuisine en tant que haut-parleur stéréo à 2 canaux ou dans un couloir en tant que partie d'un système audio distribué.

Avis des Professionnels


Les spécifications sont sujettes à modification sans préavis

Fréquence de réponse

37–25kHz ± 3dB

Puissance d'amplificateur recommandée

20—300 watts par canal

Dispersion horizontale

80 °

Dispersion verticale

80 °


92 dB / 2,83 volts / mètre


4 Ohms Compatible avec les amplificateurs de 4, 6 ou 8 Ohms.

Fréquence de croisement

2 600 Hz

Transducteur haute fréquence

Transducteur de mouvement plié de 1 "x 1.4" (2.6cm x 3.6cm) avec diaphragme de 5.25 "x 1.75" (13.3cm x 4.4cm).

Transducteur basse fréquence

Cône en aluminium de 20,3 cm (8 ") avec panier en aluminium moulé. Capuchon antipoussière concave.


Inducteurs de bobine à noyau d'air personnalisés. Condensateurs à film polyester en série et condensateurs électrolytiques à faible densité FD en parallèle. Protection thermique / actuelle du système.


Reliures style push avec cric banane.


8 lb (3,63 kg)

Dimensions de découpe

10,5 "dia.
(26,7 cm dia.)

Projection de la surface du mur

.125 "(.3cm)

Profondeur derrière la surface du mur

5,9 "(15 cm)

Avis des clients sur ElectroMotion R

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  • jeudi 29 décembre 2016

Bring HiFi to a 40' Sardine Can:)!
We travel several months of the year in our 40' RV. My wife and I are more into HiFi (Got Tubes?) sound, then into say 5.1. Our RV came with a Bose 3.2.1 that required me turning it off, after about 30 mins of listening, due to ear fatigue. (The Bose 3.2.1 is an "All in One" mix of DVD/CD/FM, Amp, and came with two satellite speakers and a powered sub.) We were upgrading the TV from tube to 4K 40" Samsung, and decided to also update the rest at the same time. >Marantz NR1501 AVR (Bought primarily due to the combo of good reviews on HiFi sound quality, and size of the unit. >Oppo BDP103 Darby (Used for Bluray/DVD/CD playback, as well as streaming of say Pandora, and also input of our loss less ripped CD and Higher Definition downloaded music. The DAC does a pretty dang good job:)!) Our RV had a deep space between the ceiling and the rooftop. So this allowed us to fit the EMR's 8" into the ceiling. As the specs show, they angle already. But due to the low space between the ceiling and the sitting area, we needed to angle them a bit more. So we took two concrete Soni Tubes, and cut them at a about a 15 degree angle, this with the tilt already built into the speaker, projected the sound to where we needed it. I mentioned in my Review Title, that this is a rolling 40' long, and 88" wide (Exterior dimension.) listening 'can'. We have about 4 1/2 feet of L/R separation. For sure not ideal:)! After installation of all the gear, we let things burn in for about 300 hours. Then sat down to listen to run the Marantz Room Correction logic, establishing two sound zones. 1) To optimize where we sit off to the side a bit, on the passenger side slide of the coach. 2) For when we're entertaining, and or cooking, centering the sound stage to about mid coach. I wanted to wait to see how the 8" handled base, before deciding if I was going to try and figure away of installing a smaller sub woofer somewhere in the coach. (Would not use the same place the Bose had been installed. As it was in the kitchen cabinet that held the sink. Muted, muffled rumbling sound, was what this install produced.) We took a 6 month trip, as I continued to dial in and adjust settings via the Marantz NR1501. On a scale of 1 - 10, the Bose 3.2.1 was, if I'm being generous, a 3.5. I'd give the overall combo of our new gear, and specifically the EMR's 8" speakers, a solid 8. Very pleased with the improvement. Very pleased with out ability to have good sounds and low levels, and to 'crank it up some' (Rated 50W, but we all know that 50W rating by one company, is the same as 10W rating by another. The NR1501 is able to easily produce two channel sound, at non distorted higher levels of volume. The 8" driver does an 'adequate' job for the base. Sure, I'd like a bit more on maybe less then 3-5% of our music - but feel it does an honest job of base and mid level support. The ribbon like tweeter, does a super job on piano/strings/vocals. I can see why for those that have limitations (Us being space, in an RV. Others getting the WAF approval:)!) of speaker presence, would be very happy to add the EMR 8" into their mix. I could easily see three of these in the front, and two in the rear, with a sub's support - getting very good results in a Home Entertainment 5.1 install. I did go demo a few Meridian, Polk, B&W and even Boston ceiling speakers. I felt that for the price, these provided the best mix of sound quality, for price expenditure. I believe they provide good value, and more important - good sound.


  • vendredi 27 janvier 2012

Finally my system is happily complete
So, I listen a lot to reviews when I purchase a product. Especially something as new as the EM-R's. But their was one big problem. These speakers are so new, no one's carrying them! I've looked on Youtube... Nothing. So I thought I would write the first review on these. Firs of all, my wife said I can have a nice system as long as she doesn't see it. Well, that kind of narrowed it down so I went with the ceiling speakers. The main use for this system is movie and TV watching in the living room. We will turn on Pandora through the Panasonic DVD player but that's about it. I just wanted true sound. 1) My knowledge: Novice. I understand a lot but not half as much as some of you. I know I want nice voice for movies and no humming. 2) My TV- Panasonic VT65 30. Definitely the best plasma on the market. Better than any of my LED's or LCDs. 3) My system: a. elite 32X Reciever-had to have it professionally set up b/c I have no idea what all those buttons, knobs and things go to. I also don't give a damn and I don't want to learn it. b. 14/2 wires going to the 5 EMR's in the room. c. 700 sub with the wireless reciever. I really had no idea where I wanted to put it. d. 5 EMR's. I even have one as the center speaker and it rocks! e. Harmony 900 controller. Don't think this matters but just thought I tell ya. f. 6 theater seats surrounding the room. I've only had the speakers for 1 week so I'm sure I'll update you as time goes by. As of 1/26/12- I had the system professionally installed and callibrated. As far as bass- It's sick. You truly get a deep bass from these speakers but the tweets are extremely clear. I watch movies all the time and I can understand everything they're saying perfectly. I feel like they're walking around me when they move on the screen! Don't have much more to say about them just yet. Pros- Bar none. They really are what they say they are. There seemed to be a lot of hype but they definitely back it up. Cons- Other than price??? I would have to say the bass seems a little to much. I'm sure I'm suppose to change something on the reciever but I'm still learning. You probably wouldn't want to hook these up yourself. You've got to move the tweet around just right for your listening experience. Pay the extra $300 and let someone else do it. Overall: I'm very pleased. My wallet is a little thinner but you just can't beat the sound quality. I was racking my brain paying this much but I'm glad I did. I would do it again now that I know you usually get what you pay for with speakers. Good luck!