Voxativ Zeth - charming down to the last detail! The Zeth is the newest member of the Voxativ family.
Public premiere in North America was at T.H.E Newport Beach Show 2016.
The Zeth is an elegant column loudspeaker that delivers a natural audio pleasure. With a driver that is specially developed for this model the detail reproduction in treble and bass is fast and punchy.
Inside the case, a special horn guidance is accommodated. This is made on the basis of the Voxativ Acoustic Stealth Technology®. The opening of the horn is pointing downwards where a bottom plate reflects the bass into the room. So the bass reproduction adds perfectly to the mid and high frequencies of the widebander that is used.
The fast transient response of this loudspeaker is based on the specifically developed driver, the Voxativ AC-1.8 .You will be surprised what details you will find inside your favorite music.
The Zeth is available in several veneer surfaces. According to the tradition Voxativ these speakers are also available in black or white piano lacquer.
For even more power and resolution, we have the Zeth also equipped with a wooden cone driver. For all who need extra sub-bass power, maybe for home cinema, our dipole woofer system is a perfect companion for the Zeth.
Gold Show Award for Best Sound, Los Angeles Audio Show 2017.
Terry Eringi wrote: "...so much bass coming from the Voxativ Zeth Loudspeakers with the Zeth bass unit. It’s hard to believe such dynamic sound and holographic layering was being delivered from these small single driver speakers, but such is the signature and the success of Voxativ. Holger Adler played us an avant-garde drum track that filled the room with a fast, punchy sound. Electronics are by Lyric, a company new to North America and so worth checking out..." CLICK HERE to check out the video.
Herb Reichert, Stereophile (Capitol Audio Fest, July 2016):
"...a Berning push-pull 6B4G amplifier with a switching power supply—was used to drive the sexy-looking Voxativ Zeth loudspeakers ($15K). I loved it!... The Berning amp put out maybe 15Wpc, but that wasn't a problem, because the slender Zeth tower is a full-range design that boats 97dB sensitivity, with a 10.7-ohm impedance. The Zeths I heard at CAF2016 had Voxativ's optional wood cones; the standard cone material is Japanese calligraphy paper... The Voxativ speakers were loaded internally by a "Russian stealth bomber"-inspired loading profile, the explanation for which I did not quite grasp—but that doesn't matter as much as how well they played music. Visually, with their whizzer cones, the Voxativ drivers reminded me of Lowthers (I once owned a pairs of PM4s), but these had almost none of my Lowthers' fingernail-scraping-on-cardboard coloration. The Voxativs were more muted and neutral sounding. Not dull—just not forward in their paperyness. The Voxativs played small jazz and pop extremely well. Very appealing..."
Key Kim, StereoTimes (Munich 2016):
"...Voxativ loudspeakers of Germany had me coming back for the three times to enjoy the music from their Zeth loudspeakers ($9,900/pair) and the T-211 Integrated amplifier ($13,900). They rendered music beautifully and was intimate and involving with a natural sound despite all the ambient crowd noises. The Zeth loudspeakers, designed by Holger Adler, were perfectly paired with their sweet sounding T-211 Integrated amplifier. This single-Ended beauty sporting 211 output tubes capable of 12 watts per side worked in perfect sync to drive the highly efficiencient Zeth loudspeakers..."
Frequency response: 35 - 20.000 Hz
Driver: VOXATIV AC-1.8
Efficiency: 97 dB / 1W / 1 m
Capacity: 50 W sinus
Dimensions (W x H x D): 33 x 108 x 25 cm / 13 x 42,5 x 10"
Colors: all colors and wood veneers, Piano Finish white or black
Weight: 21 kg (46 lbs)