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Lotus Grille

The new Morel grille has a specific pattern of holes in different shapes and diameters engineered to minimize the “horn” effect (high frequency peak caused by the resonant frequency of multiple same-size holes).

Innovative metal processing enabled the construction of a very thin nearly transparent grille that hardly affects the sound at all frequencies whilst maintaining structural integrity to protect the drivers. The Lotus grille is a registered design protecting Morel’s intellectual property.

2.

Woofer Cones

Strength, shape, weight and damping-finding the correct correlation between these four aspects of a cone require technical experience and practical know-how. Our latest generation of drivers takes these carefully balanced parameters to a new level, utilizing shallow, one-piece cone constructions for wide dispersion, accuracy and low distortion.

Carbon Fibre
Derived from the drivers of our award winning fat lady speaker system, this cone design is comprised of two exterior carbon fibre skins sandwiching a layer of Rohacell, a high strength, featherweight foam. The combination forms a cone that is light, strong and properly damped for naturally uncoloured audio reproduction.

DPC
DPC, or Damped Polymer Cone, is a direct derivative of the cones Morel has built its reputation upon. With high self-damping characteristics, this cone provides exceptional sound quality without coloration or harshness.

Paper Composite
In use since the first loudspeakers, paper continues to be an exceptional material of choice. Morel’s latest paper composite cones are ultra lightweight, making them an exceptional pairing for drivers using smaller motors and voice coils.

3.

Hexatech™ Aluminium Voice Coil

Made from 100% aluminium wire shaped like a honeycomb, the HexatechTM voice coil reduces air gaps in the coil windings, thereby increasing efficiency by up to 20%. Being lightweight, HexatechTM voice coils are largely responsible for the extraordinary fast transient response Morel drive units are known for.

4.

Titanium Bobbin

The bobbin material has influence on the acoustical parameters of the driver, its power handling and the reproduced sound quality. By using titanium bobbin, Morel intended to raise the Mechanical Factor (QMS) in order to enable a wider selection of enclosure types and sizes. As for the sound quality, one is able to discern a distinctively “crisper” sound when compared to an equivalent driver with aluminum bobbin. The rigid characteristic of titanium, along with its other advantages produce a driver that is tonally balanced and accurate, with exceptionally fast transient response.

5.

Magnet Technology

Morel’s experience in motor design has allowed it to harness the magnetic energy in extremely effective manners. Typically the bigger the magnet the more energy however; in automobiles, there is often not the space for physically large magnets. Morel offers a number of solutions to deal with this problem.

Ferrite
Ferrite magnets are the most commonly used in speakers. While they look similar, there are several grades of magnets. Morel uses only the highest intensity available in its designs. As a result, Morel’s magnetic systems are highly compact yet deliver more magnetic flux than conventional ferrite magnets.

Neodymium
The most powerful magnet available, neodymium enables Morel to create physically compact speakers, such as tweeters and midrange, that fit in very limited spaces without limiting the quality of sound.

Double Ferrite
Morel’s double ferrite drive system generates more magnetic energy than a single magnet of similar size, increasing efficiency and the dynamic range. The position of the secondary magnet fixed above the top plate in the motor is the key in controlling stray magnetic flux, thus generating a more focussed magnetic field while also contributing to the “shielded” characteristic of our speakers.

6.

External Voice Coil (EVC)™ Technology

Morel speakers with EVC™ technology utilize voice coils that are up to three times larger than those used in conventional loudspeakers. The EVC™ design moves the magnetic drive system to within the voice coil, eliminating stray magnetic flux by effectively directing all the magnetic energy to the voice coil. The result is an ultra-efficient and powerful design that is highly compact with efficient heat dissipation and reduced cone breakup for lower distortion.

7.

Under-Hung Voice Coil

An under-hung voice coil features a voice coil winding height shorter than the magnetic gap. This means the voice coil is within the magnetic energy field at all times leading to greater articulation and transient response.

8.

Shielded Magnet Technology

The modern car environment is highly sensitive to stray magnetic fields. Vehicles now use several computer control devices throughout the car, and conventional non-shielded speakers can be a threat to the vehicle’s electrical integrity. Morel speakers featuring the company’s EVC™ technology are more than 90% shielded—safe for installation in today’s high-tech vehicles.

9.

C.A.R. Filter™(Controlled Acoustic Resistance)

In most automotive applications, speakers are installed in a virtual free-air environment, such as a door, which provides minimal acoustic loading. The C.A.R. FilterTM improves the acoustic loading by controlling airflow within the driver, mimicking the effects of a cabinet while improving power handling by 30%. This provides greater control over the cone movement for improved bass dynamics.

10.

Uniflow™ Chassis

Uses an open design that is aerodynamically efficient, allowing air and sound waves to flow uniformly and smoothly. Its geometric shape also eliminates interference with the woofer’s moving components, enabling the use of a low-profile spider for greater support and stability.

11.

PFS™ - Progression Field Symmetry engineering

Produces longer linear excursion enabling the spider and surround to reach optimal performance especially at high output levels. Under extreme conditions, the spider and surround progressively act as “shock absorbers” to prevent voice coil displacement and bottoming, and improve voice coil linearity.

12.

IDR (Improved Dispersion Recess)

The IDR design enables a wider off-axis dispersion of high frequencies for an overall smother performance

13.

ONE PIECE CONE CONSTRUCTION

Most speaker cones are constructed from two elements- dust cup and diaphragm. Using unified construction increases the structural integrity and strength of the cone, making it less susceptible to cone break up and unwanted distortion.

14.

COPPER SLEEVE/RING

Also named shorting ring and has several clear benefits:
1.  Reduces impedance rise and increases sensitivity.
2.  Reduces voice coil inductance, which minimizes non-linearity during operation.
3.  Improves overall speaker performance across the frequency band.

15.

GOLD PLATED TERMINALS

Well-designed gold plated terminals to ensure high level conductivity between lead wires and speaker cables.

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Grand Dome
Grand Dome Geometry membrane technology is a stiff, convex cone design that provides the excellent off-axis performance enabling multiple speaker mount locations in the car. The well damped, stiff cone design allows the speaker to produce excellent mid-bass frequencies.

1.

Hexatech™ Aluminium Voice Coil

Made from 100% aluminium wire shaped like a honeycomb, the HexatechTM voice coil reduces air gaps in the coil windings, thereby increasing efficiency by up to 20%. Being lightweight, HexatechTM voice coils are largely responsible for the extraordinary fast transient response Morel drive units are known for.

2.

Acuflex™ Technology

A specially engineered damping compound applied to the soft domes of specific Morel tweeters and midranges. The combination of these materials creates a diaphragm that exhibits controlled cancelling break up (accurate–flexing), meaning each break-up mode is counteracted by another in the opposite direction. This cancellation of break-up modes leaves nothing but the pure, natural sound Morel tweeters and midrange are famous for.

3.

Integra

Derived from the word “integrate”, Integra is aspeaker consisting of both a woofer and tweeter that share a common chassis. Unlike a coaxial, its reces sed tweeter is concentrically aligned with the woofer cone. This minimizes phase error and allows the sound field to be constant in all directions, creating a near perfect time alignment

4.

Neodymium Magnet Technology

The most powerful magnet available, neodymium enables Morel to create physically compact speakers, such as tweeters and midrange, that fit in very limited spaces without limiting the quality of sound.

5.

Hybrid

The Hybrid motor drive system uses a ferrite magnet together with a very powerful neodymium magnet. Combined they create a compact, lightweight motor system that is up to four times more powerful than conventional designs of the same size. With Hybrid, more amplified power is converted into sonic energy for flawless performance, even in a small driver.

6.

External Voice Coil (EVC)™ Technology

Morel speakers with EVC™ technology utilize voice coils that are up to three times larger than those used in conventional loudspeakers. The EVC™ design moves the magnetic drive system to within the voice coil, eliminating stray magnetic flux by effectively directing all the magnetic energy to the voice coil. The result is an ultra-efficient and powerful design that is highly compact with efficient heat dissipation and reduced cone breakup for lower distortion.

7.

Shielded Magnet Technology

The modern car environment is highly sensitive to stray magnetic fields. Vehicles now use several computer control devices throughout the car, and conventional non-shielded speakers can be a threat to the vehicle’s electrical integrity. Morel speakers featuring the company’s EVC™ technology are more than 90% shielded—safe for installation in today’s high-tech vehicles.

8.

IDR (Improved Dispersion Recess)

The IDR design enables a wider off-axis dispersion of high frequencies for an overall smother performance

1.

Lotus Grille

The new Morel grille has a specific pattern of holes in different shapes and diameters engineered to minimize the “horn” effect (high frequency peak caused by the resonant frequency of multiple same-size holes). Innovative metal processing enabled the construction of a very thin nearly transparent grille that hardly affects the sound at all frequencies whilst maintaining structural integrity to protect the drivers. The Lotus grille is a registered design protecting Morel’s intellectual property.

2.

Titanium Bobbin

The bobbin material has influence on the acoustical parameters of the driver, its power handling and the reproduced sound quality. By using titanium bobbin, Morel intended to raise the Mechanical Factor (QMS) in order to enable a wider selection of enclosure types and sizes. As for the sound quality, one is able to discern a distinctively “crisper” sound when compared to an equivalent driver with aluminum bobbin. The rigid characteristic of titanium, along with its other advantages produce a driver that is tonally balanced and accurate, with exceptionally fast transient response.

3.

Hexatech™ Aluminium Voice Coil

Made from 100% aluminium wire shaped like a honeycomb, the HexatechTM voice coil reduces air gaps in the coil windings, thereby increasing efficiency by up to 20%. Being lightweight, HexatechTM voice coils are largely responsible for the extraordinary fast transient response Morel drive units are known for.

4.

Acuflex™ Technology

A specially engineered damping compound applied to the soft domes of specific Morel tweeters and midranges. The combination of these materials creates a diaphragm that exhibits controlled cancelling break up (accurate–flexing), meaning each break-up mode is counteracted by another in the opposite direction. This cancellation of break-up modes leaves nothing but the pure, natural sound Morel tweeters and midrange are famous for.

5.

Magnet Technology

Morel’s experience in motor design has allowed it to harness the magnetic energy in extremely effective manners. Typically the bigger the magnet the more energy however; in automobiles, there is often not the space for physically large magnets. Morel offers a number of solutions to deal with this problem.

Ferrite
Ferrite magnets are the most commonly used in speakers. While they look similar, there are several grades of magnets. Morel uses only the highest intensity available in its designs. As a result, Morel’s magnetic systems are highly compact yet deliver more magnetic flux than conventional ferrite magnets.

Neodymium
The most powerful magnet available, neodymium enables Morel to create physically compact speakers, such as tweeters and midrange, that fit in very limited spaces without limiting the quality of sound.

Double Ferrite
Morel’s double ferrite drive system generates more magnetic energy than a single magnet of similar size, increasing efficiency and the dynamic range. The position of the secondary magnet fixed above the top plate in the motor is the key in controlling stray magnetic flux, thus generating a more focussed magnetic field while also contributing to the “shielded” characteristic of our speakers.

6.

External Voice Coil (EVC)™ Technology

Morel speakers with EVC™ technology utilize voice coils that are up to three times larger than those used in conventional loudspeakers. The EVC™ design moves the magnetic drive system to within the voice coil, eliminating stray magnetic flux by effectively directing all the magnetic energy to the voice coil. The result is an ultra-efficient and powerful design that is highly compact with efficient heat dissipation and reduced cone breakup for lower distortion.

7.

Under-Hung Voice Coil

An under-hung voice coil features a voice coil winding height shorter than the magnetic gap. This means the voice coil is within the magnetic energy field at all times leading to greater articulation and transient response.

8.

Shielded Magnet Technology

The modern car environment is highly sensitive to stray magnetic fields. Vehicles now use several computer control devices throughout the car, and conventional non-shielded speakers can be a threat to the vehicle’s electrical integrity. Morel speakers featuring the company’s EVC™ technology are more than 90% shielded—safe for installation in today’s high-tech vehicles.

9.

Uniflow™ Chassis

Uses an open design that is aerodynamically efficient, allowing air and sound waves to flow uniformly and smoothly. Its geometric shape also eliminates interference with the woofer’s moving components, enabling the use of a low-profile spider for greater support and stability.

10.

SEALED TWEETER CAVITY

By using a vented pole piece behind the diaphragm, the rear sound waves travel down the pole piece vent and into an enclosure that is behind the magnet. The rear sound waves are largely absorbed by the materials inside the rear enclosure and do not reflect back out the front of the diaphragm. Thereby lowering distortion and improving the frequency response.

11.

COPPER SLEEVE/RING

Also named shorting ring and has several clear benefits:
1.  Reduces impedance rise and increases sensitivity.
2.  Reduces voice coil inductance, which minimizes non-linearity during operation.
3.  Improves overall speaker performance across the frequency band.

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