The Dali Piano Noble is one floorstand loudspeaker that sounds exceptional and looks even better; if you're the kid of individual who likes his/her sound looking great, then you could consider taking a very serious look at the Dali Piano Noble. Yet, do not let the nifty looks fool you: it may look delicate and almost fragile, but, despite all visual evidence, its sound is very full and strong, while the construction is more than sturdy.
The largest model in the Piano series, the Noble, sports a very slim cabinet of only 19cm wide; nevertheless, the height of 116cm may make it look rather unstable – fear not, as the sculptural granite baseplate will prevent the Dali Piano Noble from being easily tossed. This tower sports an extruded aluminum cabinet with two bass reflex round ports, with front-firing placement, helping round up the bass and adding to the thump. At the same time, the special shape of the towering construction helps eliminating stationary waves while the metal enclosure sports a more acoustically-inert behavior.
The Dali Piano Noble comes with removable cloth front grilles that can instantly change the way your speakers look like, from the classy and behaved grille-on mode to the more professional and even wild grille-off, letting the drivers in plain sight.
The Dali Piano Noble sports two 5” woofers for bass and midrange reproduction; these custom-made speakers are capable of producing a very detailed sound for both a rolling 41Hz bass and sparkling and lifelike mids for vocal parts and dialog in movies. The 1” soft-dome tweeter can go as high as 24kHz and will offer you a shimmering performance, perfect for a transparent, natural and at the same time most vivid sound.
The Dali Piano Noble can be used as a main/front speaker for stereo applications or as a channel speakers in both front or surround positions in nifty multi-channel arrays. Prices go up to $4,000 per pair.