Neat Acoustics IOTA XPLORER
The AMT (Air Motion Transformer) tweeter, employed for the first time in the Neat Acoustics IOTA XPLORER, delivers an uncompressed, musical performance and offers excellent integration with the Neat main drive unit.
The lower, ported, section of the Xplorer houses not one, but two of Neat’s P1-R2 bass drive units. These are similar to the R3 unit, but specially tailored for extended low-frequency response. One unit is located on the bottom panel, facing the floor, whilst the second is located internally, directly above the first, in a sealed iso-baric arrangement, handling only low frequencies and acting as an integral subwoofer system.
Iso-baric loading allows deep, well controlled LF performance from a compact enclosure. This system takes great skill to execute correctly, and its very successful implementation in several of Neat’s other designs mean that we approach this new design with confidence.
Combining these elements ensures that the Iota-Xplorer delivers a compelling portrayal of all types of music. Like the Alpha, the Xplorer belies its small stature with a full-range agile presentation and huge soundstage, which projects far beyond the modest confines of the cabinet.
The Neat Acoustics Motive SX2 is available in four finishes:
- Natural Oak
- Black Oak
- American Walnut
- Satin White
About Neat Acoustics
In rural Teesdale, in the north of England. Behind these doors lurks a small but dedicated team – dedicated to producing the most musical loudspeakers in the world.
For over twenty years Neat loudspeakers have been hand crafted by a dedicated team based in Teesdale in the north of England. These loudspeakers are widely considered to offer the very best in High-End audio reproduction, regardless of size or price.
An equally dedicated group of distributors and dealers around the world can also demonstrate why, if it’s the ultimate musical experience you seek, Neat is the perfect choice.
Most models are available in a range of superb real wood veneer finishes and special premium finishes can also be specified.
The development of a Neat loudspeaker invariably involves hundreds of hours of listening tests. The Neat listening room is the starting point, though a new design must prove itself in a variety of different rooms and systems before it is signed off for production.