the new Callas Series , Opera wants to transfer the pleasure of listening to music inside the domestic walls recreating a three-dimensional sound stage, focused and stable , with the correct timbre , dynamic , detail and absence of listening fatigue . To achieve this, each element of the project has been subjected to careful listening tests


Callas 2014 is a compact two-way loudspeaker (14 litres) of medium-small size which can be placed on a shelf or a stand . Its main feature is the low-frequency response, extended and controlled, combined with a typical sensitivity of froorstanding speakers. The woofer is a 7-inches, "long-throw", with annealed polypropylene diaphragm combined with the Scanspeak 9700 tweeter

Callas 2014 is equipped with a switch that allows you to adjust the output of the vocal range (+2 dB between 300 and 3000 Hz). This increases greatly the flexibility of the diffuser that fits both to a greater number of environmental situations . The new Callas produces a sound stage that expands in three dimensions with an excellent impulse response and power , dynamics and extension at low frequencies typical of systems of much higher dimensions . This speaker is also suitable for the "near field" listening (up to one meter to the listening point).



 two ways, stand mounting, Reflex with rear duct, bi-wiring

Front firing loudspeakers:

 1 x 7” long-throw woofer with polypropylene re-cooked cone and phase plug


 1 x 1” Scanspeak  9700 tweeter without ferrofluid and double decompression chamber

Rear fireing loudspeakers:

Number of ways:

 2 ways

Frequency Response:

 40 -25000 Hz




 12 dB/ott. For woofers


 12 dB/ott for the front tweeter Cross-over frequencies 200 e 2000 Hz (aprox.)

 42 x 24,5 x 42 cm ( HxLxD)

Max Power (Short period)

 100 Watt (without clipping) for musical programs with crest factor more than 5


 Starting  from 10 Watt RMS


 89 dB/2.83 Volt/1 meter

Nominal impedance:

 4 ohm (Zmin >3.2 ohm)

Position in the room:

At least 5 cm from the rear wall. Distance between speakers 1.5 – 3 metres, directed toward the listening point