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When it comes to a loudspeaker’s architectural design, Wilson’s philosophy is driven by the notion
that a loudspeaker’s form is inextricably tied to its function. The unique physical features of correct propagation
delay and lowering enclosure panel resonances have for decades now given Wilson loudspeakers
their look. Arguably, there is a form of beauty singular to the congruent interplay of technology and
With Sophia, the primary engineering goal was to further reduce the already very low resonant
enclosure. To this end, the X-material enclosure panels of the upper and lower modules are thicker.
A new internal bracing strategy, which now includes X-material, also contributes to Sophia’s performance by
lowering resonance-borne colorations in its enclosure panels.
Additionally, the Sophia Series 3 joins Sasha W/P in its use of Wilson’s latest proprietary
composite – S-Material. Used in the mid/tweeter baffle of the Sophia Series 3,
S-Material dramatically reduces measurable and audible noise. S-Material is combined
with X-Material to form an extremely inert and low-resonance enclosure.