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The Imperia strikes back
Instead of following the current trends and including last generation technology in their products, OMA audio always looks back to the past, to find the best solutions for their audio equipment…
Imperia represents a sound system with four channels and vertical conical horns, which cover the range from 100 Hz up to 20 kHz and two loaded subwoofer units, which are located on the back side, and use a massive neodymium woofer. These wooden horns are created by David D’Imperio, and they are made from a selected firm Pennsylvanian black walnut, cherry tree or ash. The mid-range horn benefits from the cogent field coil compression driver, while the high frequency horn was cast by OMA, from aluminum.
Their latest version, when we talk about materials, consists of Pennsylvania ash and rubbed oil finishing touches, which represent an ideal way of preserving the natural light shade of the wood. Only the light wood pieces were used in production, and they were individually separated from the rest of the tree, which really made things complicated and hard.
Combined with black wrinkled finishing touches and black slate, the water jet cut grill shapes for the twin bass modules, while the last Imperia offers the maximum contrast in materials.
The personalized electrical pieces and hi-tech modern wiring, have improved the layout of the elements, in combination with a modern circular compression chamber, which is located on the back side. It will most certainly deliver high quality sound, no matter what.
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