The Constellation Delphinus is one entry-level loudspeaker from Chario that has achieved almost instantaneous success due to the great combination between the acoustic performance capabilities and the affordable price of this high-end loudspeaker. Even more, despite the entry-level tag, the Chario Constellation Delphinus was not burdened or handicapped by compromise, as was the case of so many other brands' products in the same situation.
The Chario Constellation Delphinus comes with a neat heritage from long years of psychoacoustics research in the quest for better sound reproduction and a more lifelike sound; the T38 Wave Guide transducer present in the Chario Constellation Delphinus is proof enough that these rather diminutive loudspeakers are not at all toys and neither are they just “some” speakers out there on the market.
The special technology driver allows the down-scaling without loosing too much of the sonic characteristics; basically, we can have a great sound coming from small enclosures and still sounding pretty much like the big, large boxes that gather up in the rooms of the audiophiles. The Chario Constellation Delphinus sports a very neat balance between sound performance and dimensions...it is also small enough to be able to “go” almost anywhere, from shelves to tabletops or neat floor stands.
This 2-way speaker comes with a 38mm Silversoft dome tweeter sporting the T38 WaveGuide and a 130mm woofer with a paper compound cone whose bottom-end can reach 55Hz, a low frequency sound that can be simply enough for small-scale stereo arrays without the need of a separate subwoofer.
The Chario Constellation Delphinus can work with excellent results in both stereo and surround arrays, as an either front or rear speaker. Chario recommends that the Delphinus be tilted towards the listener(s) for optimal sonic delivery. These loudspeakers work in 4 Ohms impedance and can handle as much as 100W with a 90dB sensitivity.