Finnish manufacturer Amphion Loudspeakers has announced the release of their Helium410 (pictured) Helium510, Argon0, and Argon1 bookshelf loudspeakers with redesigned cabinets. The two Helium models have also upgraded components.

The major cabinet change implemented with the smallest Helium and Argon models is the repositioning of the reflex tube. Now, it is located right behind the woofer. Amphion say their new design improves their bass response and enhances the clarity of the midrange.

Amphion told us more: “In addition, Helium410 and Helium510 employ a new tweeter that provides cleaner and wider listening area compared to the old one. This way the signature Amphion 3-dimensional sound is brought to a new level, ensuring great detail and exquisite music appreciation throughout the whole room either in a stereo speaker setup or a complete home theatre installation. With this changes, the most affordable, entry-level Amphion speakers Helium410 and Helium510 are getting closer in terms of components and sound quality to their more expensive siblings”.

Also the Helium410 and Argon0 desktop speakers already have a new design of their woofer grid. It has been adjusted to be just like the grids of all other Amphion models.

All the redesigned models are already available and shipping. The prices remain unchanged.




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