NEMO BR 100 (1997)
Manufactured from 1997 to 1998 this was an entry level floorstander for the true music lover.
Using a 160 mm bass-midrange, paired with a high efficiency tweeter in a 2 way bass-reflex enclosure was a great way to discover music at an optimum listening level. The enclosure had a beautiful cherry finish using a product from a specialized german company. The front, back and top had "NEMO metal-grey" painted finish.
Each loudspeaker was delivered with a special protective grill that left the tweeter open for a better sound dispersion and elegant looks.
NEMO TL 80 (1997)
Manufactured from 1997 to 1998 this was an entry level standmount loudspeaker delivered with a matching designer loudspeaker stand.
It was a two way loudspeaker (130 mm bass-mid and polyvox tweeter) in a small transmission-line enclosure for an extended and controlled bass response.
Each loudspeaker was delivered with a non-removable speaker grill.
NEMO BR 130 (1999)
Manufactured in 1999 this was a medium / large sized floorstander loudspeaker.
This was a 3 way loudspeaker system using a 200 mm polypropylene woofer mounted in a bass reflex cabinet.
The enclosure had a two tone colour featuring internal bracing.
The loudspeakers were delivered with front grills that covered all three speakers.
NEMO BR 150 (1999)
Manufactured in 1999 this was a narrow front, tallboy floorstander loudspeaker.
This was a 3 way loudspeaker system using a 160 mm polypropylene cone woofer mounted in a front firing bass reflex enclosure. The cabinets were made with internal bracing and finished in a two tone colour.
The loudspeakers were delivered with front grills that covered all the speakers.
NEMO F1 (1999)
Manufactured between 1999 and 2000 this was a high performance two way loudspeaker for discerning music lovers.
The loudspeaker was fitted with a 200 mm bass-medium driver with a polypropylene cone mounted in a transmission line enclosure. The tweeters were mounted on the top of the enclosure in a small separate housing allowing the tweeter and bass-mid driver to be physically time-aligned. The cherry enclosure was combined with a front panel that continued as a top plate including the tweeter housing. All this was finished in "NEMO metal-grey" paint.
The loudspeakers were delivered with a nice removable round grill for the woofer.
The picture below presents the physical time-alignment of a loudspeaker system. This was the principle used in our top of the line loudspeaker model F1. Using this principle the sound from the tweeter will arrive to the listeners ears in the same time as sound from the bass-mid driver of a loudspeaker.
NEMO TL 120 (2000)
Manufactured in 2000 as a high performance floorstander loudspeaker this was, together with model F1, the top of the line loudspeaker in our range.
For bass-mid drive, there was used a 200 mm polypropylene cone woofer in a transmission line speaker enclosure.
The use of the transmission line principle offered the excellent opportunity for the tweeter to be mounted in a separate enclosure. The tweeter itself was a soft dome with a small horn loading and ferrofluid cooling.
The front grill was a large piece that covered almost all the front of the loudspeaker.