Occyrhoe the carnivore
" Allons cueille, cueille les roses, les roses
Roses de la vie
Et que leurs pétales
Soient la mer étale
De tous les bonheurs "
R. Queneau - Si tu t'imagines
"Go on, pick up, pick up the roses, the roses
Roses of life
And do their petals
Be the pedestal
Of all your delight"
R. Queneau - Just imagine
A plant with a perfume to be savoured by the ears, Occyhroé was conceived to be a permanent blooming. The form of the resulting cone favours the firmness of sound. Like an orchid, Occyrhoé unfolds itself and offers the listener a smooth and perfumed sound.
A progressive roughness causes the layer limiting the move, and the sound waves are displaced on a cushion of air.
Description of the casing
This speaker system is made of terra cotta with a lacquered finish offering layers of roughness. It is supported by a monolithic leg in blue granite.
Occyrhoe is airy and light in its presentation.
Like a flower on its stem, the cone's spiral is suspended and held up by its base.
The support and the cone are in contrast, as much in their curves as in their colours.
Occyrhoé is a 2-way speaker with coaxial speakers. The asymmetrical cone fashions the directivity for optimal performances.
The rough surface of the cone at the pass and smoothed towards the exterior creates a limit layer favouring the transmission of energy from the speaker to the listening space.
The bass-reflex bass load increases the admissible power and the bandwidth in the lower spectrum.
The defined characteristics are given for a single element.
Waterfall in an auditorium