The Total Victory II is indeed a Victory II of audio engineering: it is one audiophile-grade loudspeaker that will instantly raise the interest of any listener or audio enthusiast in it, no matter how discerning or demanding, sporting a combination of tech-loading and design excellence that can effortlessly rival with most similar pieces of audio engineering from other manufacturers.
This loudspeaker has been born as a mixture between the careful hand-manufactured components and the extreme precision of CNC crafting: the result is a staggering acoustic structure that can deliver a massive sound with stunning power and definition, allowing listening experiences that are simply not possible with many other speakers. The cabinet holds no less than 9 drivers, that can deploy a maximal power of 300W yet no cavity coloration affects the sound; even more, no resonance and unwanted vibration interferes with the precise sonic response of the drivers – the Coincident Total Victory II deliver pure sound for the most demanding ears and does this regardless of the volume played.
The HF unit is an exceptional Isodynamic Planar Ribbon Tweeter, driven by a massive neodymium magnet structure ensuring an ultra-fast attack with excellent transients up to 40kHz, letting you experience all there is in the high-def audio formats such as DVD-Audio or SACD. The midrange is exceptionally voiced in the Coincident Total Victory II: we're dealing with a massive driver array containing two 3” fabric dome drivers and two treated paper mid-bass woofers: this distribution ensures a very smooth transition from the shimmering highs to the rumbling LF-sound, enhancing the stagesetting for both instruments and vocal parts, and offering a lifelike reproduction of music.
Finally, the bass in the Coincident Total Victory II comes from four 8” heavy-duty treated paper woofers whose bottom-end, rounded up by the bass reflex venting drops to 26Hz, making the presence of an additional subwoofer needed no longer. The Coincident Total Victory II has a price tag of $13,000 per pair.