If you’re an audiophile who appreciates high-fidelity sound reproduction, the pinnacle of sound mountain may be the Alexx V from Wilson Audio. The loudspeaker represents five years of research and development, building on the previous generation of award-winning speakers.
Every component of the Alexx V has been improved, utilizing advanced technologies and materials. The design is inspired by the WAMM Master Chronosonic, featuring an open gantry design for enhanced rigidity and a unique sound signature.
Materials are carefully chosen, including X-Material in the woofer, S-Material in the midranges, and V-Material for vibration control. These materials are combined with carbon fiber, stainless steel, and aluminum.
The Alexx V is adaptable to different listening spaces, thanks to features like the XLF reversible woofer port and independently adjustable modules. The Midrange – Tweeter – Midrange (MTM) design geometry has been fine-tuned for better time-alignment accuracy.
The new Convergent Synergy Carbon tweeter offers extended high-frequency performance and improved harmonic detail. The new 7” Alnico QuadraMag developed for XVX finds its way into the Alexx V. This driver is tonally rich and musically exquisite.
The Wilson Acoustic Diode was introduced in the Alexx V, a new spike system that features a combination of austenitic stainless steel and V-Material. The coupling system, created by Wilson Audio’s Special Applications Engineering division, has superior vibration management.
The Alexx V, which retails for $145,000 for the pair, maintains the same width as previous generations but adds an inch to its depth and height. The loudspeaker is 63-5/16” tall, 15-3/4” wide and 27-29/32” deep. Custom color options are available.
Price retails for $125,000