Triangle, the French speaker manufacturer, has just revealed its new active speakers: the Sensa range. The Triangle Sensa speakers benefit from the research that Triangle conducted for the active speakers Elara, with the aim of making speakers at more affordable prices.

Triangle say that the Sensa speakers offer “genuine alternative to the one-piece speakers available on the market”. They are equipped with a class-D amplifier of 2 x 40 watts for the SN01A and 2 x 50 watts for the SN03A (pictured). This amplifier is compatible with numerous types of sources. It contains a Bluetooth Aptx receiver (16bit / 44.1kHz) for phones and tablets. A phono preamplifier to connect directly your vinyl turntable to your speakers. An optical input to deliver sound from a television, a computer or any compatible digital player and a Jack 3.5 input, or RCA. The amplifier also includes an RCA output allowing to connect a subwoofer or to daisy-chain several pairs of speakers simultaneously.

The Sensa range uses a two-way Bass Reflex configuration. They both feature a 25mm silk dome tweeter, with a midrange/bass driver of 10cm for the SN01A, and 13cm for SN03A. There is a bass reflex laminar vent located to the rear of the enclosure.  Each model is available in black and white at a price of 349€ a pair for the SN01A, and 399€ for the SN03A. The speakers are supplied with an RCA cable, a 3.5mm cable and a remote control that allows you to adjust the volume, sources and the standby mode of the product.



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