A different idea about sound
In a world where technologies and truths come and go like mayflies, the System Audio loudspeakers are based on a number of long-life ideas that last longer than the conventional technological fashion that will be forgotten tomorrow.
The sound is the most important thing for a loudspeaker. But the loudspeaker is against the natural laws like no of the other components in a system. In an amplifier, a DVD or a CD the signal consists of electrons that move very precisely and fast. But in loudspeaker membranes that move create the sound. The membranes of the loudspeaker weigh much more than electrons and this is one of the reasons why the sound loses a great deal of its precision in a loudspeaker. You might say that the loudspeaker is the slowest component in a system.
Faster is better
A System Audio speaker is much faster than a conventional loudspeaker, because we use smaller and more lightweight membranes that weigh a quarter of normal piece of paper or less. A conventional speaker membrane weighs at least twice as much. Imagine what the speed means to the sound you hear.