At just 308 mm tall and 170 mm wide, the Heco Aurora 200 is not that enormous, which should allow it to be used in almost any situation; whether as a bookshelf speaker or as a compact addition to your home theater for effects and surround channels. The Fluctus tweeter with a 28 mm silk compound dome is said to provide a natural reproduction of the high frequencies, while the dual magnet system with ferrofluid cooling aims to promise high power handling.
Meanwhile, the distinctive multi-wave front panel is supposed to provide balanced dispersion. The 125 mm bass-midrange driver is made of kraft paper, a long-fiber cone material specially developed by Heco. The bass reflex design is also said to allow the Aurora 200 to reproduce the lower registers down to 38 Hz. At the other end of the scale, the Fluctus tweeter is supposed to allow reproduction of frequencies above 42,000 Hz.
The Aurora 200 is available in either black or white, and combines front and top panels in a satin finish with black or light wood. The front covers adhere magnetically.
In Germany, the Heco Aurora 200 is available now at a pair price of around €400.