The MAXX’s low frequency enclosure is constructed from a high-density, phenolic resin based composite. This composite meets and exceeds the highest of ANSI test standards for its use, while offering very tight tolerances, high hardness, uniform density, and dimensional stability. In the construction of the MAXX, Wilson Audio uses two types of composites dubbed “X”material and “M” material.These strategic combinations of X and M materials are used in the two midrange modules,resulting in the most inert enclosures yet produced. X material is used exclusively in the woofer and tweeter modules.

The combination of the best in composite materials and adhesive technology, provided to us by the leaders in their industries, allows us to design an enclosure with unmatched performance.The MAXX’s upper and lower cabinet modules have been designed to eliminate vibration and cabinet signature while maintaining an internal acoustical integrity.Wilson’s exhaustive research into the effects of materials, enclosure construction strategies,and adhesives has yielded a product that maintains the strictest structural tolerances, durability, and reliability.

Awards

Golden Ear
2000

Reviews

Wilson Audio Specialties MAXX loudspeaker
Stereophile 05/11/1999

MAXX Series 1 Technical Specifications

Released: 1998   
Retired: 2004

Drivers

Tweeter
1 - 1 Inch Inverted Titanium Dome
Midrange
2 - 7 Inch Drivers
Woofer
1 - 11 Inch
Woofer
1 - 13 Inch

Measurements

Impedance
4 Ohms
Frequency Response
20Hz - 21kHz (+/-3dB)
Sensitivity
93 dB (Watt @ 1 Meter)
Minimum Amplification
7 Watts Per Channel

Overall Dimensions

Height
63 Inches
Width
17 Inches
Depth
22 Inches
System Net
800 lbs (approx.)
System Shipping Net
1,100 lbs (approx.)