Jamo Studio7 Speaker Range Marks Company Rebirth

Posted on 7th October, 2022

Jamo Studio7 Speaker Range Marks Company Rebirth

Jamo’s Studio7 loudspeaker range features a 7° time alignment tilt and timeless Scandi styling.

The Jamo Studio7 series is the company’s new range of passive loudspeakers and marks what it calls a “rebirth” for the brand, which was acquired by Klipsch in 2005 and saw the launch of the R909 a year later. EISA recognised that open-backed speaker design as the European High-End Loudspeaker of The Year 2006-2007.

Jamo’s Studio7 series features two sizes of floor-standing speakers (S7-27F, S7-25F), two types of bookshelf speakers (S7-17B, S7-15B) and two centre channel speakers options (S7-25C, S7-43C).

Beneath the minimalist aesthetic were are told that the Studio7 series is “brimming with technical innovation” - most strikingly is the new range’s 7° tilt. This is designed to ensure a coherent sound stage and time-align the acoustic centres of the drive units. This has been achieved by tilting the cabinet back and mounting it on a plinth that houses the speaker crossover. Jamo states that this implementation helps minimise the timing anomalies in a more traditional enclosure.

Next, an all-new 1-inch tweeter that features a copper faraday ring to increase sensitivity and reduce non-linear distortion is employed for high-frequency duties.

The company says that the tweeter and surround are made from fabric and promise excellent distortion characteristics and wide bandwidth for a non-fatiguing yet detailed sound. Additionally, we are informed that the high-frequency waveguide was optimised using Jamo’s exclusive COMSOL software model.

Meanwhile, the bass drivers feature embossed paper cones, high strength motor assemblies incorporating aluminium inductance shorting rings that are said to enhance power handling and lower distortion.

Jamo says that the aluminium shorting ring lowers distortion for clean, dynamic bass and increases power handling as the aluminium ring acts as a heat sink. It also adds that the embossed paper cone with “Thor’s Hammer” detailing increases the rigidity to improve the transient response for that snappy yet natural bass.

The Jamo Studio7 speaker cabinet features 15 mm MDF walls with an 18 mm front baffle and are apparently “critically braced to ensure a low degree of self-noise”. The brand boasts that this design allows you to hear more low-level detail and increases resolution when playing at any output level compared to competing products in their class.

Knitting the drivers together is a crossover that sits in a sealed plinth to mitigate interaction between the large bass driver magnet and the crossover inductors. The Studio7 also features Mylar and non-polarised electrolytic capacitors, along with iron and air core inductors and 25 W resistors.

Finally, Jamo’s Studio7 is finished in colours from the “chromatic palette of Scandinavian landscapes”. The result is a choice of Blue Fjord and Grey Cloud.

The Jamo Studio7 range is expected to be available from late October/ early November. Australian pricing has not yet been confirmed.

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