The Chario Piccolo Star Satellite is the proud heir of the 2002 award-winning Piccolo Star; not only does it carry on the high-class heritage, but it also adds to everything there is: the impressive sound quality coming from such diminutive loudspeakers astonishes the unaware listener, the renewed technology specs, providing longer-lasting, better performance for everything you might be playing, in stereo or surround applications.
The Chario Piccolo Star Satellite may be a rather small unit but it can actually develop a very neat sound, with both the clarity you'd normally expect from a Chario speaker and the power that will have your audio media almost thundering in your room, no matter whether speaking about movie soundtracks or music. The Chario Piccolo Star Satellite can deliver as much as 80W continuous power in 88dB sensitivity and runs in a most convenient 8 Ohms impedance that will let you easily find a suitable amplifier while the sculptural cabinet is bass reflex-ported and can be placed almost anywhere across the room thanks to its small size.
This small satellite can be even used in small stereo applications as it will more than successfully replace your common plastic in-a-box crappy desktop speakers, fro example. The Chario Piccolo Star Satellite comes with a neat wooden cabinet in natural wood veneer finishes like black ash, two maple versions and cherry and will integrate in pretty much any home décor.
The driver complement consists of two units: one is the concave cone-woofer, for bass and midrange, able to go as low as 90Hz and sporting a carbon fiber-reinforced polymeric compound membrane for strong operation without distortions and unwanted resonance. The upper end of the audio spectrum is covered by the 25mm polymer-coated silk soft dome tweeter whose response reaches 20kHz for shimmering HF-sound and a great sonic imaging.