Wizard S6

(1 customer review)

$2,299.00

Our Wizard Series 6 Floorstanding Speakers have been re-engineered and designed to meet today’s market expectations from a visual and performance perspective. With the WIZARD being regarded as the biggest selling Australian Loudspeaker of all time not to mention being Awarded “Ultimate Product of the Last 30 years” delivering the next in the Series meant raising the bar. So that required the development of a New Tweeter and Mid / Bass drivers. The development of these new propriety drivers allows us to create real magic with a New crossover design approach. Staying true to the comment of the brands founder ‘I’m not in the audiophile industry, I’m in the entertainment industry,’ These WIZARD Series 6 have been designed to be an Exciting Engaging Entertainment Experience to make you want to start digging through that record and CD collection or start swiping for your favourites from a streaming service.

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nb. Price is for one pair of Wizard S6 Floor Standing Loudspeakers and includes the Series 6 Stabilisers.

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Description

Series 6 is the sixth generation of the Legendary Richter speakers and in this series we wanted to focus on delivering Loudspeakers that meet today’s customer’s expectations and equipment choices.
This meant raising the bar from a visual and performance perspective. New aesthetically pleasing cabinet designs including magnetic mounting grills were drafted as well as the development of all new Propriety drivers which allowed us to take a new cross over design approach.
Staying true to the comment of the brands founder ‘I’m not in the audiophile industry, I’m in the entertainment industry,’ the Series 6 range is designed to deliver an Exciting Engaging Entertainment Experience. We’d like to get you digging through that record and CD collection or start swiping for your favourites from a streaming service.

NEW DRIVERS

New 6 1/2” lightweight but extremely stiff paper coated Midrange and Bass drivers were developed for the Series 6 Range effectively minimising breakup and roll off resonance, along with an all New low distortion soft dome tweeter which has a resonance well below 900Hz and the desired phase characteristics of a gently inclined sound pressure level frequency response to over 30Khz.

NEW CROSS-OVERS

These new Drivers allowed a new crossover design approach to be taken using high quality acoustic polypropylene caps, air core and ferrite core inductors as well as a huge laminated core inductor feeding the bass on the new Wizard S6.

CONNECTORS

Richter Series 6 speakers use gold-plated speaker connectors which can accept a variety of wire connector types: bare wire, pin connectors, spade connectors and banana plugs..

Additional information

Weight 24.1 kg
Dimensions 107 × 48 × 45 cm
Finish

Black, Walnut

Type: Vented Quasi 3 Way Floor Standing
Enclosure: Bass Reflex
Tweeter: 25mm soft dome neo
Mid Range: 165mm (6 1/2") Composite Paper cone
Bass: 165mm (6 1/2") Composite Paper cone
Response: (-6dB) 25Hz-30KHz
Sensitivity: 90 dB (2.83Vrms, 1m on Axis)
Nominal Impedance: 4 Ohms (minimum 3.5 Ohms)
Rec Amplifier Power: H/T 100-200 2ch 50-200 Wrms
Dimensions (Cabinet Only): H965 x W221 x D359 (Including grill)
Dimensions (inc. Stabilisers): H1003 x W300 xD359 (Including grill)
Net Weight: 20.3Kg Per Speaker
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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1 review for Wizard S6

  1. John Schoots

    I’ve clocked up about 200 hrs listening on my Wizard S sixes and I think I’m in love.I must stress that I’m well into my seventies and my ageing ears will be a factor in my assessments..I listen to mainly classical music ranging from large orchestral to solo piano works.Starting from the top the treble seems “silvery” with a fair bit of “air” around it.The midrange is (to me) pretty neutral and nicely balanced and I just love the quality and extent of the low frequencies(no need for a sub in my listening room.Overall I really like the clarity and openness of the considerable soundstage that at times seems holographic.
    The only caveat I have is that the treble takes on weird harmonics on some recordings of solo violin,soprano,tenor voices and some choral recordings but that I suspect is due to less than ideal recording quality and my ageing hearing.

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