The Art Deco. A hand built with a 7" High Quality Coaxial Driver.



Art Deco Coax

These are the new and completely redesigned Art Deco Coax Speakers finished in solid cherry wood. They will be presented for the first time at the RMAF (Rocky Mountain Audio Fest) October 12-14, 2012.

Art Deco is a dual chamber enclosure design with a variable wall thickness, the interior material was chosen for its sound qualities with a high damping factor characteristics. Only the exterior is made of solid wood, front baffle has a minimum thickness of 1.5'' or 38 mm.

Frequency response: 46 - 25,000 Hz
Impedance: 8 ohms
Sensitivity: 88 db

Coaxial driver Information:

Bass and midrange frequencies are carried by a clear polypropylene-type cone ideally matched to a special adaptive rubber surround. This results in a very smooth frequency response from the mid woofer.

The coaxially-arranged pre-coated fabric dome tweeter has a low resonance frequency, and integrates with the cone driver to a point source.

The cone of the woofer acts as a horn loading for the tweeter, and the chassis of the dome unit represents the throat of this horn. The tweeter is located where you would expect to see the dust cap on a traditional driver. The woofer cone moves independently around the tweeter.


Oak with custom wood stains or natural Cherry wood with clear finish.

July 12, 2013, Audio/Video Revoltuion Review

Previous Art Deco model review from Michael Zisserson of StereoMojo.