GamuT unveils the latest edition of their flagship loudspeakers: The Revised Superior Series.
Externally, the RS-Series cabinets look almost identical to their predecessors. But GamuT revised the enclosures, internal networks, damping and the drivers. Like the original S-Series, the curved enclosures in the RS-Series are still based on an inner structure of laminated Finnish birch engineered wood. But now the outer skin consists of five layers of 2mm-thick real wood ash. This new outer skin delivers even more pleasing harmonics and a greater 3 dimensional soundstage.
Months of obsessive listening and testing also led to enhancing both the internal cabling and the damping. All internal cables are now Gamutâ€™s own Wormhole Signatures: Again, this improvement led to all new internal damping, resulting in a 50% reduction in damping materials while maintaining an optimum damping level. The overall effect is a stunningly dynamic and detailed bass reproduction.
There are four models in the new RS-series. From quite possible the most accurate and musically engaging standmount speaker ever made, the RS3, to the no-compromise, full range RS9, capable of recreating the full acoustic as well as the dynamic energy and emotional experience of any live musical performance - transforming your home into a full-fledged concert hall.
GamuT will also be showcasing their complete line of cables, the M7 speakers, CD3 player and the great combo of their preamplifier D3i and M250i monoblocks.
The full GamuT
GamuT started designing and building amplifiers for recording studios in the early eighties. Most of the amplifiers built back then are still being used today. Thus GamuT and its unique single MosFet technology were born. GamuT has long since branched into designing and manufacturing loudspeakers and cables.
The â€œSingle MosFetâ€ circuit is a unique GamuT invention. It is at the heart of all GamuT amplifiers and eliminates two of the biggest problems in amplifier design. GamuT amps output section consists of only two transistors â€“ one for the positive rail and one for the negative rail. Both are NPN transistors, meaning they are identical and without the shortcomings of the PNP type transistor, which the audio industry has been avoiding in line stages for years, but are forced to use in output stages. GamuTâ€™s MosFet design delivers a signal without any time smearing, resulting in an extremely high degree of control over the loudspeakers. GamuTâ€™s MosFets can handle 100A each - continuously - more than 300A peak!
All GamuT audio components are built and tested at GamuTâ€™s plant in Denmark.
GamuT â€“ Room 385 & 386