The Graphix centre channel delivers precise timbral matching to the Krix Acoustix Mk2 main speakers. Working together, the speakers produce a seamless, dynamic and acoustically intricate multi-channel surround experience.
Dual 130mm bass/mid-range drivers, each with heavy-duty voice coils and a high powered magnet assembly, combine to deliver a powerful bass response. Highs are provided by a 26mm high frequency driver, with a wave-guide centre plug for controlled directivity and improved intelligibility and transparency.
A compact centre, also perfectly matched to any of the Krix main speaker range, the Graphix Mk2 gives you the ultimate flexibility to choose a home theatre system that suits your room. Thanks to its dual front firing vents, the Graphix can be placed inside cabinets and AV furniture, eliminating any ‘boomy’ bass resonance.
For the ultimate sound experience at home, play it through Krix.
45Hz-40kHz in room response
20 – 160 Watts RMS recommended amplifier power
89dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre
Nominally 6 Ohms (minimum 4.3 Ohms)
Bass reflex, front vented
180mm high x 450mm wide x 300mm deep
Low Frequency Drivers
Fibre reinforced moulded polymer baskets with 2 x nominal 130mm (5″) doped paper cones. 25mm (1″) voice coil wound on high powered aluminium former, with vented magnet assembly
High Frequency Driver
26mm (1″) dual concentric diaphragm with wave guide centre plug for controlled directivity. Neodymium magnet
Gold plated binding posts
“… delicate low-level detail, clear and natural dialogue and dynamic impact…”
– [Australian HiFi Best Buys]
AUSTRALIAN HIFI BEST BUYS
The sound field presented by the Acoustix and Graphix team was absolutely seamless, enveloping us in an enormous bubble of sound that was a sonic mirage of the action taking place on the screen. The Krix’s tonal balance was dead neutral and combined with the very detailed tweeter makes for dialogue that is totally intelligible.
SOUND+IMAGE AWARDS 2011 – HOME CINEMA SPEAKER SYSTEM BETWEEN $3000 AND $6000
The combination of Graphix, Acoustix and Seismix 3 proved to be a big hit with the judges. The identical front and rear speakers provided a “seamless picture that excelled at reproducing detail, dynamic contrast and resolution of complex and dense movie or music mixes”.