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ELAC Debut Reference DBR62

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ELAC Debut Reference DBR62
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ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - Modern HiFi(Germany) reviewELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - Modern HiFi(Germany) review

ELAC Debut Reference DBR62

ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - Modern HiFi(Germany) review
  • The invisible details of the Debut Reference were also taken care of. The inside of the loudspeakers is reinforced with struts to keep the vibrations of the housing in check. This is also ensured by the thicker baffle and the stronger floor compared to Debut 2.0, which give the speakers more weight and largely prevent sound discoloration. The low-frequency driver is new, which is made of stiffer cast aluminum for more low resonance. The bass receives support from a slit-shaped reflex opening on the front edge of the housing, which is supposed to provide more power in the draft and less noise. In the end, the crossover has also undergone a general overhaul. All of this for the ideal picture of linear sound.
  • Details do not suddenly jump into your ears, but pearl more into the room. Vocal parts with sharp S-sounds are not aggressive and drum cymbals dissolve cleanly. All of this results in a realistic reproduction that can be followed effortlessly throughout the day.
  • Strong bass impulses from a kettle drumbeat catapult the Elac DBR62 into the room with the necessary weight. They also offer contours, with easily understandable bass notes.
  • Singer-songwriters or a small jazz trio please with intense, emotional performance that can be grasped in the mind's eye. It is not dissected, but put together to form a unit.
  • With the DBR62, Elac once again stands out from the classic debut speakers, but retains their basic essentials. Here an outstanding price-performance ratio meets a fresh appearance. Versatile - in space and in sound.
 
ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - MyHiFi24 (Germany) review

ELAC Debut Reference DBR62

ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - MyHiFi24 (Germany) review
  • In the heights, the speakers play a clear sound and make the music appear very detailed. In the mid-range, the speaker appears very balanced and lets its sound ring in the ears of the listener with a great sound. When it comes to bass, the DBR62 can not be taken, there it is very dynamic and gets to the point without oversteering.
  • With their classic design, the ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 not only cut a good figure to our taste, but also deliver an excellent sound. A beautiful feel and well-coordinated components complete the picture of the DBR62. The bookshelf speaker is ideal as a front and rear speaker and can be wonderfully positioned. Due to the price-performance ratio, the ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 is a clear recommendation.
 
ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - Lite Magazin (Germany) reviewELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - Lite Magazin (Germany) review

ELAC Debut Reference DBR62

ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 - Lite Magazin (Germany) review
  • In the subsequently played "No Sanctuary Here" by Chris Jones, the Elac box shines with a pleasantly deep bass. Especially in the midrange, the DBR62 now offers me a multifaceted sound and cleanly traces Chris Jones' voice.
  • It is pleasantly crisp, punchy and shows itself in its element with fine dynamics, but never looks overly fat.
  • This positive impression continues in the "Asphalt Canyon Blues" by Kenny Burrell and Grover Washington. The played double bass proves lightning-fast response and sounds sharply drawn. 
  • The crisp bass drum snare combo played in the intro is immediately fun and knows how to impress with these rather compact speakers. They also provide the necessary punch here. The hi-hat has enough bite to offer the contra. 
  • The DBR62 are loudspeakers that can be really fun. This applies to the optics, the sound and also for the wallet. At a distance of about 40 centimeters, the DBR62 plays tight and delivers an impressive, deep bass. Slightly screwed into the listening position, it also offers a very realistic and credible spatial representation. In addition, there is a very good material quality and impeccable workmanship. 
  • Advantages:
    + modern design
    + magnetically adhesive covers
    + very good workmanship
    + realistic spatial representation
    + agile basic tone
    + very good bass tuning
 
  • 6.5 Inch Aramid Fiber Cast Chassis Midbass: Our new cast chassis woofer provides improved stiffness for both strengthening the front baffle and minimizing chassis resonances
  • 1″ Cloth Dome Tweeter: Improved High Frequency Reponse from our newly developed waveguide combined with a more open grill design enhances upper high frequency response

The Debut Reference Bookshelf Speakers

Building on the iconic status of ELAC’s Debut Series, a new Reference line emerges for our exclusive dealers. The Debut Reference brings significant acoustical and visual advancements. Designed to blend with traditional or contemporary styles. Debut Reference sounds as great as it looks!

Specifications
Dimensions H × W × D
359 × 208 × 275 mm
Weight
8.2 kg
Principle
2-way, bass reflex
Woofers
1 × 165 mm Aramid Fiber Cone, Cast Chassis
Tweeter
1 × 25 mm Cloth Dome Tweeter
Maximum Power Input
120 W
Crossover Frequencies
2,200 Hz
Sensitivity
86 dB / 2.83 V / 1 m
Nominal Impedance
6 Ω
Frequency Range
acc. to IEC 268-5
44··· 35,000 Hz
Cabinet Finish
White Baffle/Oak Cabinet, Black Baffle/Walnut Cabinet
ELAC Debut Reference Series brochure
 
ELAC Debut Reference Series by Andrew Jones
ELAC Debut Reference Series tweeter

1″ Cloth Dome Tweeter:

Improved High Frequency Reponse from our newly developed waveguide combined with a more open grill design enhances upper high frequency response

ELAC Debut Reference Series midbass

6.5 Inch Aramid Fiber Cast Chassis Midbass:

Our new cast chassis woofer provides improved stiffness for both strengthening the front baffle and minimizing chassis resonances

 
 
 
ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 ELAC BS 63.2 Stereo Setup
ELAC Element EA101EQ-G Cyrus Streamline2 DAYENS Ampino Integrated Amplifier DAYENS Menuetto Integrated Amplifier
EA101EQ-G Streamline₂
 
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