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Enterprise

 

 

The Enterprise

"...just right."

Dimensions: 43 X 5.5 X 10.5 inches, 109 X 14 X 27 cm.

                    Base: 1 X 8 X 12.5 inches  (H X W X D).

*The prices below are for a pair of speakers.


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Special Features:

DTL dual transmission line proprietary design for extraordinary bass performance
Full length grill for added elegance
Integral vents for less wind noise and cleaner bass
Minimalist first order crossover: uses a single inductor and a capacitor
Full value film-foil capacitors for greater detail, imaging, and less distortion
Perfect lay oxygen free air core inductors to prevent saturation and to tighten and extend bass output.
DH Labs Silversonic and oxygen free cooper wire
Optional Large base


The Enterprise is designed to meet the needs of the most demanding music lovers, serious audiophiles, and home theater enthusiasts. The Enterprise delivers better bass, better imaging, and better musicality at a fraction of the size and cost of the competition. Through extensive research and refinement we have developed the Enterprise into a loudspeaker that delivers true state of the art performance.

 The beautiful "two-tone striking" handcrafted Enterprise cabinets feature all rounded edges, sophisticated lock miter construction, 

sophisticated lock miter constructioninnovative fabrication of ports and TL lines, and attention to detail that is unprecedented. 

The Enterprise cabinets feature our "picture frame" design with no hard edges. Wood side panels are framed in front, on top and in back with satin black lacquer panels to enhance the natural beauty of wood. Viewed directly from in front the cabinets appear all-black and integrate well in theater systems. Viewed from the side, they showcase the beauty of natural wood. 

Our cabinets show we pay attention to our loudspeakers not only as fine reproducers of music but also as objects of art.

As the the top-of-the-line loudspeaker in the Role Audio line, the Enterprise measures only 5.5 inches wide by 43 inches high by 10.5 inches deep, and offers concert hall performance (35 Hz to 20 kHz) in a very elegant design that is intended for placement in small to large rooms. 

How can the Enterprise image as well as it does and at the same time deliver incredibly extended bass?
 
Patent Pending
DTL is a trademark of Role Audio Company

The Enterprise features Role Audio unique DTL proprietary dual transmission line technology that allows the Enterprise to deliver the effortless dynamics often associated with electrostatic loudspeakers, the bass extension of large floor standing loudspeakers, while it retains the finesse, soundstaging, and imaging of the best small minimonitors.

"...the bass is to die for...they image like a son of a bitch...the Enterprise are, almost, neutral to a fault..."

Jeff Rabin, enjoythemusic.com


"...this is some of the finest cabinet work I've seen...Cabinet construction is superb." 
Marty DeWulf, Bound for Sound

"It is marvelous. I want this speaker!"
(MusikMike Peshkin, stereomojo.com)

"I was astonished by what a big sound came from these rather compact towers..." 
John Sunier, Audiophile Auditions, www.audaud.com

 "...the bass is to die for...they image like a son of a bitch..."
Jeff Rabin, enjoythemusic.com

"...I really can't imagine asking for much more than these speakers are able to give. I'm enthralled with every recording I've put on since it was bi-amped. The Enterprise would be welcomed by me to replace my Infinity speakers.... I am shocked at how beautiful, how real the music is; every recording, every one!"
(MusikMike Peshkin, stereomojo.com)

"The ingenious Dual Transmission Line (TM) allows the Enterprise's twin woofers to do amazing things in the bottom end, musical things that continue to impress me each time I listen to the Enterprises. The bass is solid, fast and very extended. At the same time, the Enterprises have a marvelously integrated sound that lets each recording speak its own special language unhindered. Each time I sit down in front of the Enterprises I find myself breathing a sigh of quiet satisfaction: "This is just right."
Paul Cervantes, Ultralinear.net.
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"...the Enterprise is a 1st technologically....I drove the Enterprise hard, and on some occasions, very hard. Never did I experience driver break-up or power distortions that I could associate with the low order crossover or the small woofers....the dynamic capabilities of the Enterprise surprised me. And while the air moving capabilities of a speaker such as the VMPS RM40 has its benefits, the Role... does nearly as well in the bass department."


"I found the "old world" fit and finish of the Enterprise to be in stark contrast with the industrial visage of the Gallo [Nucleus Reference 3.1]...With the Merlin VSM and the Gallo, this is some of the finest cabinet work I've seen..."


"... the strength of the Enterprise is one of focus and leading edge precision. String instruments particularly benefit from the transient acuity of the Enterprise."
Marty DeWulf, Bound for Sound

"The Enterprises were able to deliver everything from the full wallop of Phil Rudd's kick drum, to Wagner's Teutonic Fantasizing..."
Jeff Rabin, enjoythemusic.com

"One thing I quickly noticed was the excellent imaging with the Roles..."

"I was astonished by what a big sound came from these rather compact towers - like a much larger and taller speaker with more drivers - at least a true three-way design..."

"I was impressed by the high quality fit and finish of the black lacquer and birch cabinets of the speakers. Sophisticated lock-miter construction is used and corners are rounded throughout. The two-tone design is very striking and makes the thin towers appear even thinner..."
John Sunier, Audiophile Auditions, www.audaud.com

"The Enterprise’s svelte elegance allows for greater "Significant Other Acceptance Factor" than any other floor standing speaker I have ever used. Believe me when I say that pictures do not begin to tell the story of the Enterprise’s aesthetic charms."
Paul Cervantes, Ultralinear.net.
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