Endow Audio's Second Edition speaker
Building on the Point Array Technology to bring industry-best value in cost/performance.
The sound of live musicians performing in your home for $19,900, delivered.
Array of full range drivers that emulate a point source.
New level of transparency and imaging for state-of-the-art speaker technology
Innovative technology plays from 100 Hz to 20kHz, eliminating the need for a crossover in the critical listening range. Enabled by patent pending Active Loading technology:
Active Loading technology is superior to conventional sealed and vented loading methods. A single 8” driver actively loads the multiple radiating drivers so that they are well behaved near their resonant frequency range, allowing them to play down to 100 Hz.
Crossovers inherently impede imaging and transparency since different driver types reproduce different frequencies. This phenomenon is particularly noticeable when a note’s fundamental frequency is played by one driver type below the crossover, and that same note’s harmonics are played by a different driver type above the crossover. When the harmonics change, the character of the note changes. Active Loading enables a very low crossover which is below the critical listening frequency range.
Groundbreaking sonic wave technology emulates a mathematically perfect point source.
Through patent-pending technology:
Performs the electrical control functions of both the subwoofer — and the full range array — utilizing only capacitors, inductors, and resistors.
Enabled by patent pending technology to control the voltage signal to the full range drivers. The PSP offers superior sonics relative to digital solutions.
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I listened to track after track, hearing a very rich yet detailed midrange that ideally blended with powerful, well-controlled bass... whether I moved to the left or the right, stood up or sat down, the Endow's tonal balance didn’t change, nor did their imaging waver much."
I heard a very 3-dimensional image. You don’t have to be smack-dab in the sweet spot. You can be sitting on the left, you can be sitting on the right… the speaker fills the room from wherever you sit. Very impressive.
Endow Audio of Georgetown, Kentucky has a few compelling ideas, such as their Point Array technology and their Passive Signal Processor (PSP), both patent pending. The story, it seems, is just beginning for this ambitious new company.
Strunk might’ve made something special -- the T35 sounded remarkably accomplished, as well as different than anything else I heard at FAE 2020. As a result, I think there’s far more to look into here in the future.
Offering a "sneak preview" before the official debut at AXPONA 2020, Endow Audio introduced the latest iteration of its speaker, the piano-black T35 ($19,900), a two-way with a patent-pending Point Array and a 12-inch woofer. It may be rather otherworldly in appearance (grilles are included) but rather unique in its approach.