The true four-way quasi-design features Richter's top-of-the-line wide-dispersion soft-dome tweeters and a set of powerful 150mm (6") bass and midrange drivers. The Dragons are ideal for hi fi stereo in a medium to very large room or anchoring the sonic drama of your Home Theatre and will just blow you away with their magnificent sound, no matter what your musical choice – from electronic through pop, jazz and orchestral genres. Tweeters: The soft-dome neodymium tweeters provide wide dispersion, producing a lively and spacious soundstage with smooth musicality, and a response extending well beyond human hearing.
midbass Drivers: The highly efficient 150mm (6") mid/bass drivers - yes, there are three in each enclosure) harness composite cones combining the natural acoustic finesse of paper with the strength of modern carbon- fibre technology. This produces ideal damping characteristics plus the coherence and timing essential to draw you into the music. The awesome bass is rich, deep and firm.
Crossover Network: You don't see this, but the crossover network or circuitry inside each enclosure is a key factor in any speakers performance. The all-new designed crossovers were painstakingly designed with feedback from a large team of audio specialists across Australia to produce emotional vocals, an astonishingly vivid soundstage and a smooth blending of frequencies. The highly stable off-axis response means the Legends maintain realism in a wide spectrum of listening environments – because everyone's listening room is different.
Cabinets: The cabinets or enclosures as some call them have been completely redesigned using non-parallel panels to reduce 'standing waves' which are an annoying problem that every speaker manufacturer has to address if they want tight and accurately pleasing sound. Also invisible to the naked eye is the comprehensive bracing that has been positioned to minimise harmonics. Double thickness rear and front baffles and new high-density damping make these the most neutral and musical cabinets Richter have ever produced.