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post Mar 1 2017, 04:07 PM, updated 2 months ago

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AirPulse HIFI Speaker

The Platinum Audio Systems Company was founded in year 2004, with investment from Edifier Group (Edifier Technology CO., LTD). We specialize in the design and development of home audio, professional audio and music instrument amplification products. Using the most advanced state of the art R&D and testing equipment, our team of engineering is headed by internationally renowned audio designer Phil Jones, who was also the original founder of the British audio company Acoustic Energy.

The trademark “AirPulse” is registered internationally and owned by Platinum Audio Systems Company



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post Mar 3 2017, 02:51 PM

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The structure of Air Pulse A200 Horn loaded Tweeter




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post Mar 4 2017, 05:09 PM

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Mid-Woofer Technology----- 5.5" aluminum cone low distortion mid-woofer

The 5.5" woofer in the A200 is an aluminum cone/large voice coil signature Phil Jones design. It uses a neodymium motor to provide a high magnetic flux to cover the entire voice coil of the loudspeaker. This is rarely done in speaker construction because of the sheer cost. Majority of loudspeakers use a voice-coil mostly overhung outside the magnetic field . By using a much larger magnetic field in the A200 woofer, we considerably reduce harmonic and inter-modulation distortion, giving the speaker a far more musical and natural sound.




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post Mar 7 2017, 09:25 PM

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The A200 cabinet is built from 25mm rigid MDF with cherry wood veneer finished in satin lacquer. Strong internal bracing supports and stabilizes the drivers and eliminates cabinet resonance to minimum. To further reduce coloration, cabinet interior is fully lined with 36mm thick waved sound absorption material.

We know you buy a loudspeaker to do what it does. Not only it has to look good in your home but it is a precision instrument to give you the greatest of joy from listening to music. So we put your money where it matters most: in the sound!




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post Mar 10 2017, 06:48 PM

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First A200 in town.

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post Mar 11 2017, 09:15 AM

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QUOTE(peter32 @ Mar 10 2017, 10:22 PM)
Whats the price like ?
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The selling price of A200 is RM2999.
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post Apr 1 2017, 08:35 PM

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The A200 horn loaded tweeter is a true ribbon tweeter. It inherits the mechanism of the tweeter in our flagship 7001i near field monitor, but with an added phase correction device which greatly improves frequency response and increases sound dispersion.

A 65mm length and 0.12mm thick aluminum ribbon is placed between the two large neodymium magnets. Electric current feeds through the ribbon so that it functions like a coil in a conventional loudspeaker. At the same time, the ribbon also acts like a diaphragm as it moves air. The combination of these two functions gives the ribbon tweeter high efficiency and great transient response without delay.

The A200 ribbon tweeter has a very low resistance of about 0.2 Ohm and it works with a transformer. The primary coil of the transformer connects to the amplifier; the secondary coil connects to the ribbon and it is wound of very thick and flat copper wire. The low resistance brings more current through the ribbon thus rise the SPL of high frequency, which leads to wide frequency response.

We construct the A200 tweeter with the highest quality aluminum ribbon, strong Neodymium-Rare Earth magnets material coupled with an appropriate transformer to give it high sensitivity, superb transient response, extended frequency range and ultra high definition.

The unique shape and size of the horn on the A200 tweeter was designed from precision calculation and simulation. Connecting the ribbon tweeter to a horn helps the sound generated by ribbon better coupled to the air. It further increased efficiency, power handling, frequency response and dispersion.

A wide frequency range and good transient response is vital for the reproduction of the dynamics of music such as what you hear in the musical density of symphonic music or jazz ensembles.

The horn loaded ribbon tweeter of A200 offers just the right features: high sensitivity, good transient response, wide frequency band, high resolution. You can now hear every nuance in the music, and enjoy it to the fullest extend.




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AirPulse A200 Bookshelf Active Speaker System Gallery

http://eng.soomal.com/edoc/10100000121.htm




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post May 23 2017, 07:24 AM

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QUOTE(eettt @ May 22 2017, 11:35 PM)
When?
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Already here.
We got few units on hand.
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post Jul 12 2017, 10:09 PM

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QUOTE(AntiNerds @ Jul 12 2017, 04:22 PM)
hi, where can i test the unit???
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How many of you interested to test it?
If a lot, we can have a audition in Amplified smile.gif

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post Dec 14 2017, 12:08 PM

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QUOTE(JOe891 @ Oct 7 2017, 05:56 PM)
Me keen to try , frm pg
any early bird offer ?
Whr to try n buy?
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A200 will reach end of this month.

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Airpulse A200


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Grammy award winning super composer, Bob James talks with award winning loudspeaker engineer Phil Jones about Phil's latest innovation the MODEL-1 active bluetooth speakers. airpulseUSA.com


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AirPulse A200 (Model One) vs JBL LSR305 || Sound Demo

This is a big one IMO, AirPulse goes against my long time budget benchmark, the JBL LSR305. Both have similar sized woofers, both have tweeters recessed inside the horn. But that would be the end of similarities. The biggest difference between those two is the price, JBL is around 1/3 of price of AirPulse and it shows everywhere. The build quality, the features, and most importantly the sound quality. AirPulse is better than JBL in every sound category, bass tightness and depth, midrange quality, top end extension and air, soundstageing, You name it. Does it justify the price difference? In my opinion yes, but if You can not afford AirPulse worry not, as JBL is still the king of budget speakers (AirPulse is in a different category altogether because of its price).


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オーディオ界の鬼才、フィルジョーンズ氏デザインの最新スピーカーブランド、AIRPULSE・エアーパルスが始動。その最初の製品がハイレゾ対応スピーカーシステムA200です。



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AirPulse A200 is fantastically neutral speaker, with open, detailed and transparent sound from top to bottom. Add to that very solid build quality and rich set of features, and suddenly its steep price becomes much more reasonable. I was reluctant to return them, I wish I had them for longer. AirPulse A200 lands on top of my wish list to become my new benchmark speaker soon (gotta start saving those pennies), and from now on I am looking forward to next products from AirPulse and Mr. Phil Jones without any anxiety;) Highly recommended.

http://digitalstereophony.blogspot.my/2017...one-active.html




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The last of series of comparisons starring AirPulse and a transition to KEF X300A series of comparisons. Both speakers are close in price tag, yet they sound quite different. KEF X300A sounds rather dark with emphasis on midrange (with a bit of honky and nasal colorations) but recessed upper ranges, while AirPulse is more linear, neutural and detailed with more present upper midrange and treble. For me AirPulse is a winner here. Signal for this comparison was fed to both via analog inputs from external DAC. Cheers!


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The last of series of comparisons starring AirPulse and a transition to KEF X300A series of comparisons. Both speakers are close in price tag, yet they sound quite different. KEF X300A sounds rather dark with emphasis on midrange (with a bit of honky and nasal colorations) but recessed upper ranges, while AirPulse is more linear, neutural and detailed with more present upper midrange and treble. For me AirPulse is a winner here. Signal for this comparison was fed to both via analog inputs from external DAC. Cheers!


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AirPulse A200 (Model One) vs JBL LSR305 || Sound Demo


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‘Great, that’s the first new thing that’s happened since we happened.’ It was a step forward. There was something about his vocal that was an improvement on all of the English vocals until then. I was pleased with it.’

http://www.ppm6.tv/airpulse-a200-active-monitor-review/


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