Faithful to its philosophy of pursuit of maximum excellence in each of its creations (“Excellence in All Things”), the prestigious American speaker manufacturer Wilson Audio has just announced the launch of the Alexia Va stylized column that replaces the Alexia Series 2 and directly benefits from some of the spectacular technical innovations of such renowned models as the Chronosonic improvements in the path traveled by the audio signal. In the aesthetic field, the Alexia V masterfully exemplifies the idea of form at the service of functionwith elegantly arranged lines to enhance a structure of enclosures made with materials developed by the brandspecifically the latest versions of the sophisticated X, S and V, complemented by carbon fiber, aerospace grade aluminum, austenitic stainless steel and the widespread use of gold-plated connections.
Specifically, the Material V It is used in the upper area of the mid and bass cabinets to improve vibration attenuation and control. For its part, the use of Material substantially increase damping of the entire set. As regards the premises of the tweeterhas been remodeled so that it has a more aerodynamic profile and at the same time can house the opulent tweeter in a more comfortable way. Convergent Synergy Carbon or CSC, used for the first time in the sensational Alexx V and equipped with a carbon fiber rear chamber manufactured entirely by the American brand with a 3D printer. In the field of transducers, a second key novelty must be highlighted: the use of a Alnico QuadraMag magnet (initially used in the monumental Chronosonic XVX) in the midrange speaker to increase tonal precision.
Regarding the crossover filteran element of critical importance in all the designs of the firm founded by David Wilson, let us point out the use of capacitors entirely built by the American firm and subtle changes in the circuit topology, the result being the obtaining of a new standard of excellence in low-level resolution. The Alexia V is completed with the latest version of the exclusive decoupling tips Acoustic Diode from Wilson Audio, the use of carbon fiber in the support plate of the crossover filter adjustment resistors, a redesigned bass-reflex port for the woofer that allows increase laminar air flow and a bubble leveler in the upper area of the woofer enclosure (whose internal volume is 8.9% larger than that of the Alexia Series 2) to facilitate leveling of the set.