What you get
Django unchained.

Django L are perfect all-round speakers; powerful without sacrifice to performance. Two way, with specially designed bass units from Norwegian SEAS and a ceramic tweeter from Accuton, Django L has power to spare.

  • 2-way bass reflex
  • Coltrane technology
  • Competitive price-point

“Things sound fast through the Django L; not accelerated or fast-paced, just quick and clean and detailed.”

Alan Sircom | The Absolute Sound
Level control
Atmosphere at your fingertips.

Django L has a level control for the bass of +/-1dB, which enables you to tune the speaker to your listening environment, perfectly filling your space.

Dark Knight Rises.

The Django L cabinet is optimised for resonance control and acoustics. Featuring distinctive, eye-catching rounded corners and finished in deep Piano Black or Silver Grey, it’s a book you can judge by its cover.

“They are perfect all-round speakers; powerful without sacrifice to performance. ”

Leif Olofsson | Chief Designer, Marten
Your space
Level-up your home.

Django was designed from the ground-up: to push sonic boundaries and leave an impression. Its strong form is bound to draw the eye; and compliments from guests. The cabinet is designed for solid acoustic performance, so it’s adaptable to most home environments.

High finish laminated cabinets.
Silver Grey
Piano Black

Technical specifications

Speaker (front)

2 x 8 ” Aluminium / Ceramic

1 x 1.25 ” ceramic

Frequency range
27-30000 Hz +-3dB

Power rating
200 W

88 dB / 1 m / 2.83V

6 ohm (3.8 Ohm min)

2-way bass reflex

Crossover frequency
Second order 1800Hz

Single-wiring WBT

Internal wiring
Jorma Design

22 mm:s MDF

Anodised aluminium with Marten cones

Dimensions W x H x D
25.3 x 114 x 41.5 cm (9.9 x 44.9 x 16.3”)

Net weight
40 Kg (89 lbs)

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