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I hope I get this right , but I think it is 88dB because the Diva's you see on the Swan's site are not the version that were designed and voiced to AV123's specifications, and are being marketed by them exclusively.
 

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Originally posted by garion
I was going through **********'s site, and swan's site, and I happen to notice a difference bewteen the specs that are listed..


Swan's site lists the Diva 6.1's as having a 92dB sensitivity ( http://swanspeaker.com/products/system/divas/diva_8.htm )


Yet, AV123's site has then at 88dB ( http://**********/divaproducts.html )...


Which is it?
Dear Garion,


Russ is exactly right. The Diva's sold through www.********** have been modified significantly from their pre-production prototype versions. Mark Schifter personally, as well as the rest of our engineering team, designed these speakers with specific performance goals in mind (for both music and HT) and as such, made several revisions to the speakers before they were ever sold through **********.


As a result, the 6.1's (distributed exclusively through **********) today, are 8 ohm speakers with an 88 dB sensitivity. They are a 3-way, 4-driver system (dual 8" bass woofers) with a frequency response of 27Hz to 20kHz.


Sorry for the confusion...if you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at any time.


Kindest regards,


Steve Ozmai
[email protected]**********

877-543-7500 x 300
 
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