Stasys 218 bass speaker. Enter the Stasys 218, a low frequency enclosure build around traditional principles but designed with Stasys philosophy and attention to detail.
In an ever changing financial climate the search for cost effective solutions becomes paramount. Many compromise and turn to more traditional designs to avoid breaking the bank, but traditional doesn’t always have to mean compromise. Enter the Stasys 218, a low frequency enclosure build around traditional principles but designed with Stasys philosophy and attention to detail.
To abstract the maximum performance from the design the heart of the 218’s enclosure was subjected to the same resonance mapping procedures as all other Stasys low frequency models. This practice has dictated the type of materials used around the enclosure, optimised the brace positioning and minimised destructive nodal conditions. All of this adds up to a structurally superior housing with minimum mass, the least possible amount of cabinet born coloration and vastly increased output.
Transducer selection and integration is also critical when it comes to reflex enclosure design, so months of comparative testing and evaluation led to the birth of a new 18” transducer for the Stasys 218. The sonic properties of differing cone and surround combinations were studied as well as differing coil topographies. Flux intensities and out of band abnormalities were also manipulated until the perfect combination was achieved and our ears were happy.