The Revel Ultima Studio2 is a floorstanding design featuring all of Revel’s latest technological innovations and enhancements. The Studio2 adopts a similar approach to the Salon2 but in a more discreet physical package. A three-way system utilizing two 8-inch woofers, a 5¼-inch midrange and a 1-inch tweeter, the Studio2 carries the graceful look of the new Ultima series. A somewhat smaller size makes it ideal where space is limited or for applications that don't require the massive output and bottom-octave footprint of the Salon2, but uncompromised performance is required.
Rounded baffles and enclosures virtually eliminate diffraction
Woofer and midrange trandsducers feature inverted-dome designs for superior piston like behavior
Tweeters use acoustically optimized waveguides for seamless transitions between the tweeter and midrange
Pure-beryllium dome tweeters exhibit the optimal balance of high-power handling, low distortion and compression
Separate filter boards for each frequency range
Ultima2 Loudspeaker Series, 3-Way Floorstanding Loudspeaker
-3 dB from 32 Hz to 45 kHz ±0.5 dB from 31 Hz to 18 kHz ±1.0 dB from 33 Hz to 20 kHz
Three-way, high-order acoustic response @ 230 Hz and 2 kHz
Piano black or mahogany finish
High-frequency Drive Components
1" (2.5 cm) beryllium tweeter
6 ohms (nominal) 3.7 ohms (minimum @ 90 Hz)
Low Frequency Extension
-10 dB at 21 Hz -6 dB at 25 Hz -3 dB at 32 Hz
Low-frequency Drive Components
Two 8" (20 cm) titanium cone woofers
Mid-frequency Drive Components
5 ¼" (13.3 cm) titanium cone midrange
87.7 dB SPL with 2.83 V @ 1m (4 pi anechoic)
112 lb (50.9 kg) Shipping weight: 140 lb (63.5 kg)
20.5" (52.1 cm)
13.8" (35.1 cm)
46.3" (117.6 cm)
Awards & Reviews
Floorstanding Loudspeakers Editor's Choice
"Revel Ultima2 Salon2 Speaker System"
"Editor's Choice Award"
HiFi News (UK)
Hi Fi Choice (UK)
"Revel Ultima2 Speaker System"
"Runner-Up Joint Loudspeakers of the Year" Award
"Speaker System of the Year"
Award and Review by Thomas Norton, Ultimate A/V
"Gear We Love the Most"
Award and Review by Thomas Garcia, A/V Revolution"