The new speakers can be used in hi-fi or home cinema set-ups, and Cabasse says the new range borrows plenty of technology from more existing, more expensive Cabasse speakers.
The MT in MT32 stands for 'midrange tweeter', with the Cabasse DOM37 driver, originally developed for the the flagship La Sphere and L'Ocean speakers, included here.
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A 1g, super-light diaphragm around the driver aims to help deliver fast, accurate treble, while the bass drivers, which borrow tech from Cabasse's Altura MC range, claim to deliver deep and clean low-end notes.
The Cabasse MT32 range is priced as follows and due in shops this October.
- Jersey MT32 (floorstanding): £798 per pair
- Antigua MT32 (stand mount, pictured top in ebony finish): £458 per pair
- Socoa MT32 (centre channel): £299 per unit
- Orion MT32 (active subwoofer): £549 per unit