HD Sisley


The vast range column, characterized by a very wide bandwidth.
Designed primarily for stereo listening, HD SISLEY can also become the cornerstone of your home theater system.

Tech Specs
Attribute Specification
Bass reflex Circular vents 
power 130 W 
Maximum power 200 W 
Number of Channels
Number of Speakers
Yield 91 dB 
Frequency response 32 to 40000 Hz 
Tweeter 20 mm cone coil Kevlar 
Medium 13 cm Kevlar 
Woofer 2 x 17 cm cellulose 
Dimensions (cm) 120 x 22 x 33 
Weight (kg) 38 
Impedance 4 … 8 ohms 
Crossover Frequency 400/4000 Hz

Center speaker recommended for use Home cinema: HD Central

Column speakers that can be combined as part of a pack Cinema: MATISSE VINCI HD and HD

Surround Library Recommended: DUFY HD

Recommended subwoofer: 150 BASSOON


The benefits of this are numerous: in particular we note the excellent linearity of the yield curve
and its wide bandwidth.

Woofers: For a quick, firm bass, Davis opted for the use of light and rigid membranes at a time,
based on cellulose fibers treated. Widely Motorized these speakers can “cash in” high power.
The 25 mm coils immersed in a dense magnetic field, which allows a rapid response of the membrane.
The two speakers, 17 cm in diameter, are connected in parallel to an air travel comparable to a single speaker
to a larger diameter.
The medium: true to its reputation, Davis chose a composite material for the speaker medium. Kevlar
Equipped with double ferrite, this speaker 13 cm in diameter, mounted in a rigid aluminum frame,
ensures the reproduction of the medium frequencies (300 … 3500 Hz) with great detail and accuracy.
A warhead dispersion is placed in its center.
The tweeter: To ensure a perfect fusion records, Davis decided to use a loudspeaker tweeters near
the medium, both in its geometry (cone), but also in the material (fiber Kevlar braided).
It is a small lightweight coil of 20 mm diameter which receives the signal and transmits it to the cone.
This rare technology as expensive, comes from the study of the “flagship” brand model: KARLA enclosure.
The tweeter “file” to 40000 Hz.

Honing a hundred hours of listening .

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