Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore
Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair - AVStore

Dynaudio Emit 10 - Bookshelf Speaker - Pair

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EMIT 10

Emit 10 is a compact two-way standmount speaker that uses technology derived from their ultra-high-end Confidence, Contour i and Evoke series. It’s the ideal model for smaller rooms and satellite channels in a home cinema system.

Designed and engineered at Dynaudio Labs in Denmark, Emit 10 has been developed and tuned by the same minds behind Dynaudio's award-winning high-end families – right down to the smallest detail.

Under the hood, you’ll find a 14cm MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) mid-bass unit. MSP is a material they developed by Dynaudio, and have been using for decades. It provides exactly the right combination of lightness, stiffness and damping for super-fine control without loss of power – essential when a driver is reproducing both low-bass and crucial midrange frequencies.

Legendary engineering

Emit 10’s mid/bass driver is derived from the Esotec+ in the successful Evoke series. Its double magnet system gives better movement control and sensitivity, which means you’ll hear improved frequency response and dynamics at lower frequencies, while retaining crystal-clear midrange performance. That means you’ll hear what you want from a powerful rhythm section, plus guitars, vocals and more – all without distortion at louder volumes.

You’ll notice that the dust-cap isn’t simply glued on. It’s part of the playing surface of the cone. The little dashed line around its edge – the balance rib structure – is bonded directly to the 38mm voice-coil behind it. It’s an incredibly strong connection with the motor, which means more of the coil’s motion energy is transferred to the diaphragm.

Behind the cone

The voice-coil itself is made of copper-clad aluminium wire. Aluminium is light, which gives the driver a fleetness of foot you might not find elsewhere, while the copper coating increases conductivity for more power. It’s a winning combination for detail and punch.

A high-quality double ferrite magnet system provides the power. It’s a stacked design to keep it compact, but it serves another purpose: using two magnets means they engineers were able to control the magnetic flux, directing it back to the voice-coil, where it’s needed the most. 

High-quality Cerotar tweeter

The Cerotar tweeter is exactly what you’ll find in Evoke. It’s based on the one they have used in their award-winning Esotar Forty anniversary tweeter and the incredible Esotar3, which you’ll hear in Heritage Special and Confidence.

It’s a 28mm fabric soft-dome unit with Dynaudio's special DSR (Dynaudio Secret Recipe) coating. Why fabric soft-dome tweeters? They convey all the detail and openness you could wish to hear from your recordings without subjecting you to unwanted fatigue over longer listening sessions. These are speakers you can (and, they hope, will) listen to late into the night.

Behind the dome sits their much-talked-about Hexis device. It’s an ingenious dimpled inner dome that sits directly behind the playing surface and shapes airflow to optimise the frequency response and eliminate unwanted resonances. That means the diaphragm can move more precisely, so you’ll hear even more detail.

It’s driven by a strontium carbonate Ferrite+ ceramic magnet system for more sensitivity, improved clarity and a natural, dynamic response.

The crossover

Emit 10’s crossover was designed by the same engineers that worked on Heritage Special and their Core range of professional studio reference systems. It uses a first-order design for the tweeter and a second-order topology for the mid/bass driver. They could’ve used a one-size-fits-all circuit, but that would mean compromising performance – and they would much rather spend a little extra time to do it properly. We think you’ll agree when you hear them.

Sensitivity

85dB (2.83V/1m)

IEC power handling

150 watt

Impedance

6 Ω

Frequency response (± 3 dB)

64Hz - 25kHz (-6 dB 52 Hz - 35 Khz)

Box principle

Bass reflex rear double flared port

Crossover

2-way

Crossover frequency

3700 Hz

Crossover topology

1st order tweeter 2nd order woofer

Midrange / Woofer

14cm MSP cone

Tweeter

Cerotar soft dome with Hexis

Weight

6.43kg

Dimensions (W x H x D)

170 X 290 X 271,5 mm 6.7 X 11.4 X 10.7 in