Rodgers Audiophile Speakers and Amplifiers
At Rodgers Instruments, we are proud to have led the industry in organ speaker technology since the company was founded in 1958. The superb sound of Rodgers Audiophile Speakers stems from our pioneering work in Stereo Digital Signal Processing, Parallel Digital Imaging® (PDI™) and Dimensional Sound Modeling™ (DSM). These technologies lift Rodgers to a level of its own above other electronic instruments because Rodgers sound truly emulates the tone, speech characteristics and dimensional presence of a fine pipe organ. As a member of Roland - a world leader in music technology innovation - Rodgers is unique among organ companies in its ability to invest in advanced technology. The result is Rodgers' acknowledged design leadership and worldwide reputation for excellence.
Our in-house audio design professionals created Rodgers Audiophile Speakers to deliver the crystal clear quality of organ and orchestral voices. Because these speakers are engineered to work with Rodgers’ advanced DSP technology, they provide exceptional depth and dimension of sound. Audiophile Speakers offer incredible linearity of frequency response throughout the 16 Hz to 25 kHz range. This linearity, along with superior spatial imaging and dispersion, surpasses the performance of many premium professional studio speakers.
Rodgers Audiophile Speakers include:
• Subwoofers that add bottom presence and “weight” to pedal stops.
• Two- and three-way speaker systems for full-range reproduction, and compact satellite/subwoofer systems. These speakers are all designed with the finest woofers, self-contained mid-ranges, and wide dispersion dome tweeters in the industry.
• High efficiency horn-loaded, tuned port enclosure speakers designed primarily for use with reed voices such as the Festival Trumpet and Tuba.
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