Morel Acoustics



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Morel Acoustics, also known as Morel Loudspeakers, are an Israeli company known more for their car audio speakers and OEM raw drivers.

Morel has made numerous attempts to market speakers in the United States including recent efforts to market adjustable-sized on-wall speakers called the Vario. Their new Fat Lady Project speaker is a compelling industrial design. The 3-way Fat Lady design has two 9-inch woofers, a 6-inch midrange, and a 1.1-inch tweeter. The woofers and midrange are made from carbon fiber. Frequency response is a claimed 20 Hz to 22 kHz.

Read Jerry Del Colliano's review of the Morel Vario On-Wall Speakers on HomeTheaterReview.com.

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Similar to Morel Acoustics are companies that include Dynaudio, KEF, and Tannoy.

Email: info@morel.co.il


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