the many gifts of music… and
of sound with sight… enjoyed
by all, all of the time
through innovative, knowledgeable, high value, high-fidelity A/V system designs.
One of the most enjoyable loudspeaker systems ever created!
The DRM Stage IIi SW: a true reference speaker system
Based on the legendary Diatone DRM (Digital Reference Monitor -- DS-505), this system converts this studio monitor into a home system - a studio monitor that was the creation of multiple years and millions of dollars of research by Japan's premiere loudspeaker manufacturer because the managers of this company felt it was their priviledge and obligation to produce the most revealing, most accurate loudspeaker system ever because their parent company created the most revealing, most accurate type of recording - the new recording capability that would become CDs.
P.S. The original name for this type of recording was "DAD" (Digital Audio Disc); but was changed for an obvious reason.
P.P.S. It was NOT Sony or Philips that created the technology to create CDs, it was Mitsubishi that created and developed PCM (Pulse Code Modulation). Philips created the format and let Sony claim it so that Sony would not battle against it with their own format version, like Sony did against JVC with the Beta (Sony) vs. VHS (JVC) cassette tape format standard.
$49,995 per: two (2) symentric tweeter banks (each containe a tweeter and a supertweeter) and the customized 8TC Kimber Kable speaker wire to connect to the "satellites"), two (2) symetric "satellites" (each contain the improved mid-range and improved woofer) with improved cross-overs, two symetric, improved subwoofers mounted on Tip-toes metal feet (4) with improved cross-overs, and the customized 8TC Kimber Kable speaker wire to connect the "satellites" to a power amplfier and connect the subwoofers to a power amplifier - no external cross-over is needed since passive ones are bulit-in.
Rutten, Senior System Designer
Rock, TX 78681-1001
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Last updated: December 23, 2013 .