NEMO AL 80 (2001)
Manufactured in 2001 this was a Hi-Fi compact bookshelf loudspeaker.
The unusual "upside-down" speaker placement was chosen for a better time alignement of the two speakers. The 130 mm bass-mid driver with aluminium cone was mounted in a front ported bass reflex enclosure. All musical details were clearly presented by the use of a soft-dome, ferrofluid cooled tweeter.
The loudspeakers were available in a two tone colour without front grills.
NEMO BR 80L (2001)
Entry level compact bookshelf loudspeaker.
Using a two way configuration this was a bass reflex loudspeaker for those who wanted good performance in a stylish housing. Only the white cone bass-mid range unit was covered with a removable round front grill. The bass reflex port was on the front baffle for an easier speaker placement, even close to the wall.
The round front grill covered only the bass-mid driver.
NEMO BR 80M (2001)
Classic two way compact bookshelf loudspeaker.
This was a bass reflex enclosure with the bass reflex opening situated at the back working together with the 200 mm
Separate grills were use for the bass-mid driver (detachable) and a separate integrated grill for the tweeter.
NEMO BD 80W (2002)
NEMO KEVLAR ONE-T (2002)
Manufactured in 2002 these loudspeakers represented every music lovers dream of a high class Hi-Fi floorstand loudspeaker. The use of a 160 mm KEVLAR cone bass-mid driver in a carefully braced bass reflex enclosure represented the starting point for a clear sound reproduction.
To complement these speakers a soft-dome ferrofluid cooled tweeter was chosen.
The loudspeakers were delivered with a front grill to protect the two loudspeakers.
NEMO STUDIO MONITOR (2005)
This was a high performance Studio Monitor made in 2005, using VIFA bass-mid drivers and SEAS tweeters in a small bass reflex enclosure.
To achieve best results from these high-end speakers all care has been taken up to the last details. The cabinet was made from MDF with a precisely mounted internal bracing. The front panel had a double thickness adding up to a total of 56 mm. All the speakers were flush mounted and the loudspeakers were made using "in mirror" speaker placement.
The whole cabinet had a nice cherry finish and the front panel had a "NEMO metalic-grey" paint finish and all rounded edges.
The bottom plate was removable to gain acces to the crossover network that was mounted in a separate compartiment at the bottom of the enclosure. The loudspeakers were delivered with front grill and custom designer loudspeaker stands made from MDF and sand filled inside.