Dynaudio didn’t use the ubiquitous plastic for the IP24 baffle and frame : CNC-machined from MDF, the baffle provides the perfect resonance-absorbing base for the drivers and crossover, while the frame is made from die-cast aluminium.
With the IP 24, Dynaudio offers one of the most advanced and best sounding constructions available in the architectural loudspeaker market.
In order to achieve the outstanding Dynaudio performance, the IP 24 employs a large bass/midrange driver whose light cone material is made from Magnesium Silicate Polymer (MSP), its shape geometrically optimized for ideal sound dispersion. The large, yet extremely light voice-coil, in combination with the powerful magnet system, provides precise control and a deep bass response.
The specially coated soft-dome tweeter reproduces the treble region and at even very high frequencies or high sound pressure levels it remains free of distortion or the typical edginess of lesser quality tweeters. Additionally, the tweeter level can be adjusted in three steps for ideal adaptation to the room. The crossover, with its select components, ensures a well balanced, homogenous sound.
Dynaudio Pre-Construction Brackets are available to better facilitate new construction installations of Dynaudio IP 17 and IP 24 In-wall models, by working both as a template as well as a structural support for the installation.
The brackets serve as a guide to the installer in order to help ensure that the loudspeaker cut-out holes are in the desired location upon completion of the building work. Unlike many pre-construction brackets, Dynaudio uses sturdy corrosion-protected metal rather than plastic to achieve a perfect fit.