• 0 Bewertung(en) - 0 im Durchschnitt
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Seas Chassis - woher und Qualität?
Hallo Leute,

wieder einmal eine Frage, die ich schon lange einmal stellen wollte.

In Tests diverser Zeitschriften fiel mir immer wieder auf, dass bei einigen Boxen auf Chassis des Herstellers Seas hingewiesen und diese Chassis so ziemlich über den grünen Klee gelobt wurden. Was ist denn dran an der Sache? Wo werden diese Chassis produziert (Land?) und wie gut sind die nun wirklich?

Eine simple Google Eingabe bringt das zum Vorschein :

da sieht man schon an der Endung wo die beheimatet sind.
Wer eine Tippfehler oder anderes findet darf ihn getrost behalten, ich brauch ihn nicht mehr.....
[-] 1 Mitglied sagt Danke an luckyx02 für diesen Beitrag:
  • Analogfreund
(Gestern, 10:34)luckyx02 schrieb: Eine simple Google Eingabe bringt das zum Vorschein :

da sieht man schon an der Endung wo die beheimatet sind.

Dann ist das ja schon einmal geklärt.
Lesen hilft auf der Seite auch.... "About":

Zitat:In the late 1920s, at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH), the first Norwegian electrodynamic loudspeaker drivers were designed. Ever since, Norwegian engineers have been leading the technology race in driver design. 
[Bild: SEAS%20drivers.png]
From its founding in 1950 as a spin-off of the Norwegian radio manufacturers Radionette and Tandberg, SEAS has been dedicated to creating loudspeakers with superior sound reproduction. The company, whose name means Scandinavian Electro Acoustic Systems, has remained in the forefront of European driver manufacturers for more than 60 years. During this time, SEAS has evolved its products line - from a wide selection of standard drivers for radio and TV sets to the highly innovative customer influenced Hi-Fi drivers offered today.
We also have more than 10 years of experience with the AV-market, and have since 2011 worked to establish the SEAS brand as an independent actor and supplier of high quality loudspeakers for this exciting segment.
SEAS takes pride in the drivers it has tailored to meet specific customer demands and in the major role it plays in creating "The Breathtaking Sound Experience" of the contemporary Hi-Fi market. We are committed to offering products of the highest standard and the support services needed to meet the changing demands of the global market place.
As a part of the world wide Sonavox Group, we can provide streaming and amplification technology to solve the needs of the modern audiophiles.

Zitat:Milestones in SEAS Company History
1948 The owner of Radionette, Jan Wessel decided to start making loudspeaker units for his own production of radio sets. C.C. Nørgaard Madsen was employed as a designer
1950 Wessel and Madsen decided to separate the loudspeaker and radio business in order to be able to sell loudspeakers to other radiomanufacturers in Norway and abroad
1951 The company moved to Moss
1956 Scandinavian Electro Acoustic Systems, or SEAS was formed as a limited company with two shareholders, J. Wessel and C.C. Nørgaard Madsen
1961 Wessel and Nørgaard Madsen bought Videbæk Højttalerfabrik from Nørgaard Madsens father
1971 Videbæk Højttalerfabrik was made a sister company to SEAS
1974 Both companies experienced a major growth and in 1974 there were 250 employees in Norway and 200 in Denmark
1975 SEAS moved into new and modern premises just outside Moss
1981 After some difficult years, the Danish company managed to break away from SEAS by what the new Norwegian owners regarded as a criminal act. It was named Vifa and became a competitor from one day to the next.
1984 The SEAS employees bought 10% of the shares in the company
1986 The employees formed a holding company and bought the remaining 90% of the shares
1997 SEAS won the export price for the Ostfold county
1999 SEAS achieved the AAA rating from D&B
2003 Cooperation with Tandberg starts, where SEAS assembles speaker systems for Tandberg Video Conference Systems
2011 SEAS enters the AV/video conferencing/meeting room speaker market with SEAS branded products
2012 SEAS becomes supplier of loudspeakers to NEC Video Conference Systems
2014 SEAS joins the Sonavox Group, and are able to provide sound solutions using high-end amplification and streaming technology

Milestones in SEAS Technological History
1925 The first electroacoustic loudspeaker unit in Norway was built at the technical University in Trondheim by Vebjørn Tandberg, who later founded Tandbergs Radiofabrikk
1948 Radionette established production of loudspeaker units for use in radio sets
1952 The closed and totally shielded TV-magnet system was invented
1968 The first SEAS Hi-Fi 8" and 10" woofers with rubber surround were designed and put into production
1968 One of the very first soft dome tweeters was designed and introduced to the world market
1969 One of the worlds most successful loudspeakers, Dynaco A25 was designed by SEAS engineers. It was based on the 10" Hi-Fi woofer and the 11/2 " dome tweeter
1970 SEAS started supplying SONY Sweden and later SONY Europe with finished speakers
1977 A SEAS engineer invented the patented DD-rings as part of the Dynamic Damping concept
1988 Coaxial drivers with neodymium based dome tweeters were developed by SEAS and KEF without one knowing about the other
1993 SEAS developed the first commercial loudspeaker unit using a cone made from cast and machined magnesium
1997 The Hexadym magnet system consisting of 6 Neodymium magnets was developed and later patented
2006 SEAS developed a magnesium diaphragm dome tweeter
2007 SEAS launched the EXOTIC line of products, initially with an 8 inch fullrange
2008 SEAS introduced the X3-06 (T35 EXOTIC) tweeter which is a modern high-performance large-dome (35 mm) tweeter, at the same time celebrating 40 years of SEAS soft domes
2008 SEAS introduced the CURV cone series of woofers
2009 SEAS introduced the E0051-04/06 (C16N001/F) coax in the Excel series with cast magnesium cone
2009 SEAS launched the DESIGN line of products, with two subwoofers and a passive radiator
2010 SEAS launched the FU10RB for use in high-end video conference systems
2013 SEAS developed and launched the E0100-04 White Diamond tweeter
2014 SEAS developed and launched the E0058-06 Berylium tweeter
Wer eine Tippfehler oder anderes findet darf ihn getrost behalten, ich brauch ihn nicht mehr.....
[-] 2 Mitglieder sagen Danke an luckyx02 für diesen Beitrag:
  • Kimi, Analogfreund

Möglicherweise verwandte Themen...
Thema Verfasser Antworten Ansichten Letzter Beitrag
  Neue Tonköpfe, woher? Theophilus 28 817 18.03.2017, 16:17
Letzter Beitrag: Theophilus
  Verzerrung bei einem Song St. Germain "Sure Thing" - woher kann das kommen? Siamac 4 385 18.02.2017, 23:55
Letzter Beitrag: Siamac
  Qualität von eingebauten Phonovorstufen in Receivern vincent1958 14 1.273 26.10.2016, 07:50
Letzter Beitrag: DATGrueni
  Ist dieses Chassis brauchbar??! Rhapsody3004 13 1.697 21.02.2015, 21:44
Letzter Beitrag: Rhapsody3004
  Woher Kartons für Versand? Analogfreund 11 1.223 03.02.2015, 16:57
Letzter Beitrag: Analogfreund
  Kann jemand diese Chassis / Bausatz identifizieren? Don Tobi 1 595 23.08.2014, 13:05
Letzter Beitrag: rappelbums

Benutzer, die gerade dieses Thema anschauen: 1 Gast/Gäste