Capture Your Dreams
The Totem Dreamcatcher will enthrall you with its speed, clarity and constant precision. An absolute true point source imager, the Dreamcatcher will enchant you with its sound staging ability. Compact size speaker with super size fidelity, the Dreamcatcher offers a sublime listening experience.
The Dreamcatcher is truly a fine-crafted speaker. Light and stiff, its solid monocoque chassis assures its integrity, regardless of abrupt dynamic, temperature or humidity changes. Huge, large-gauge, air core coils in the crossover guarantee that the speaker will never saturate in the critical vocal and definition areas. Catch your dream, nothing else will do.
- Compact and aesthetic design
- High-performance, acoustical finish
- Large gauge air core coils
- High-level point source imaging
- Ideal for two-channel music and home theater systems
Dreamcatcher Technical Information:
- Full mono-shell, hand-assembled chassis
- Lock mitered cabinet joints
- Exclusive, hard-wired crossover
- Solid twin-pair, gold-plated terminals
- No-compromise drivers
- Break-in Time: 40-50 hours
- Placement from Rear Wall: 6” – 3’ / 152 – 914 mm
- Placement Distance Apart: 2’ – 8’ / 610 – 2,438 mm
- Frequency Response: 57 Hz – 25 kHz ± 3 dB (in room)
- Impedance: 4 ohms
- Sensitivity: 87.5 dB/W/m. Maximum SPL 101 dB before dynamic compression
- Recommended Power: 20 – 80 W
- Crossover Frequency: 2.5 kHz, 1st order compensated
- Speaker Terminals: 4-way bi-wireable
- Woofer: 4” / 102 mm; special long throw. Non resonant multi sandwich. Cone and dustcap. Large magnet system for greater dynamic linearity.
- Tweeter: 1” / 25 mm titanium dome. Additional flexible titanium linear suspension incorporated around center dome. Extreme high frequency ability and linearity.
- Max Spl’s: In average room (12’ x 20’ / 4 m x 6 m) 110 dB peaks from 6 units
The speakers require several hours of actual music playing time as a minimal break-in period. During this time, refrain from playing them at very loud levels. You will notice a definite gradual improvement in the cohesiveness of the music reproduction as this occurs.
It is only through the support of advocates such as yourself that true sound can be promoted...
Toe-in: Due to the fact that all Totem speakers have great off-axis dispersion, toe-in is generally not needed. Imaging will therefore be more stable from any point in the room. If the speakers are placed very far apart (over 7 feet) then a slight toe-in may be experimented with. However if room geometry does not permit a straight-ahead aspect they will also perform very well with a slight toe-in.