The Spendor SP200 delivers
music with captivating clarity and real dynamics. It can fill the
largest listening rooms with deep natural sound.
The Spendor SP200 loudspeaker
is the all-new top-of-line Spendor Classic. It is a 3-way system
featuring two large 12 inch Spendor woofers in an original Spendor 70’s
style floor-standing enclosure.
For extended low frequency response, high power
handling and minimal room interaction, the SP200 has a sealed
(non-ported) enclosure with two specially engineered Spendor 12 inch
woofers. The bextrene plastic woofer cones use the same cone profile and
material as our legendary ‘big’ Spendor BC3 Broadcast reference
Forty years on this cone still performs so well we
found no reason to change it. However, to cope with high pressure and
extended excursion at low frequencies, the new SP200 woofers have Kevlar
composite stabilizer domes bonded to the bextrene cones. Our
combination of a sealed enclosure and optimized woofers brings
significant benefits at low frequencies. Extremely low group delay
distortion preserves original ‘as recorded’ musical timing which is
critical for a totally immersive and believable listening experience. As
there is no resonant port output, room positioning is far less critical
than with a conventional ported loudspeaker. You will be surprised how
much this benefits vinyl replay, and it allows the SP200 to deliver
great sound in a small room.
The SP200 has a new Spendor 7
inch mid-range unit with EP77 polymer cone, cast magnesium alloy
chassis, high efficiency motor system, optimized electro-dynamic
damping, and excellent thermal dissipation. It delivers sound with a new
level of clarity and dynamic range. High frequencies are handled by a
22mm wide-surround polyamide dome tweeter. In combination they deliver
sound with outstanding coherence and definition over a wide deep
The SP200 had excellent resolution, superb
recovery of ambience, and outstanding staging. In many ways this was the
best Spendor I’ve heard at a trade show.
Jonathan Valin, The Absolute Sound, CES Show Report, January 2016
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