Speakers with a studio background
The Studio 7 floor-standing loudspeakers are the beginning of a new line of Wilson loudspeaker solutions. These speakers are designed for hi-fi home stereo systems.
The design and technological solutions applied have been taken from professional studio monitors. This approach, new to the Wilson brand, ensures both natural and accurate sound reproduction, and the new design inspires confidence with its professional connotations.
Proven excellency in design
“Proven studio originated acoustic feature”
Unique individual grilles
for each driver
Invisible mounting for a greater look
- The Studio Series introduces a new line of Wilson loudspeakers.
- These speakers are designed for home hi-fi stereo systems.
- The design and technology are derived from professional studio monitors.
- New to the Wilson brand, this approach ensures both natural and accurate sound reproduction, and the new design inspires confidence with its professional connotations.
Who will love it?
- Openminded and innovation-oriented stereo music lovers, seeking for more ears and eyes experience
- Willing to spend reasonably more, but expecting modern speakers of reliable technology and non-orthodox in design approach
- Those looking for a more compact design without sacrificing audio quality
The speaker’s signature – 28 mm soft dome tweeter that sits deep within a large 5″ fiberglass horn that evenly distributes the sound. The driver is built on a powerful neodymium magnet. The whole creates an acoustic solution proven in the best studios, now made available to home users.
Two 5-inch mid-bass drivers embedded in a cast aluminum basket. Kevlar diaphragms with pronounced surface ribbing further enhancing the rigidity of the structure, cooperate with large magnets weighing over 280g.
Bass Reflex and terminals
A Bass-Reflex port with rounded outlet ends is placed at the back of the cabinet. Placing it on the back of the cabinet allows comfortable placement of the speaker closer to the wall, what is important in smaller rooms.
At the rear of the cabinet, in its lower part, there is an aluminum panel with single cable terminals with a gold-plated contact surface set in front. Terminals with large, transparent nuts with polarity markings make it easy to attach both unterminated and pre-terminated banana or pitchfork type speaker cables.
Conical aluminum spikes
The cabinet can be mounted on large, conical aluminum spikes. Here, too, depending on the color version of the case, for the Walnut finish the spikes are permanently colored in brass, and for the Black finish in silver. The set of spikes is completed by flat pads protecting the floor from damage.
Unique round split grilles with magnets
The Studio 7 uses an unusual grille design. Instead of a single, large grille surface, three independent grilles cover the very outline of each of the three drivers. They are magnetically attached to the outer rims of the baskets. Thus, they fulfill the basic function of protection and dust control, but they are also a design element of the speakers, highlighting the wood grain on the front when worn.