Space is a premium resource. Whether you’re retrofitting a classic car or updating the audio in a new vehicle, fitting conventional aftermarket speakers can be troublesome, until now. Morel's Virtus Nano component system was developed as an ultra-slim mount, high fidelity solution for where space is limited.
With a maximum mounting depth of 17mm (0.67”), the Virtus Nano is the shallowest component speaker system in car audio. Morel's engineering team spent two years tweaking the Nano to ensure it would be a true performer, producing a full and coherent musical presentation that is a representative of the Virtus line.
The Nano woofer leverages their craftsmanship and engineering technology employing a large 2.1-inch (54mm) diameter Hexatech™ aluminum External Voice Coil (EVC™) and neodymium magnetic system, enabling high power handling and superior resolution. The Carbon Nano woofer with its innovative “Grand-dome” convex shaped cone made of highly damped sandwich hybrid carbon fiber and foam core provides wide-dispersion and excellent on and off-axis response qualities.
The Virtus Nano / Virtus Nano Carbon 3-way component systems incorporate the compact CDM600 midrange featuring a 2.1-inch (54mm) dome and Hexatech™ aluminum voice coil, along with a powerful neodymium magnet motor and rear vented design using Morel’s C.A.R. filter. This allows the CDM600 a broad performance range like no other, and a shallow, compact design providing the installer with various options for installation.
Combined with Morel’s legendary 1.1” (28mm) Acuflex™ soft dome tweeters, or silk dome tweeters in the Carbon version, and MXR crossover technology, the Virtus Nano series sets the standard of how ultra-slim speakers should perform.
- Ultra Shallow Architecture – 17mm (0.67″) mounting depth
- Hexatech™ Aluminum Voice Coil
- EVC™ structure
- 28mm Acuflex™ coated tweeter
- Neodymium Magnet Motor
- Shielded Magnet
- Hybrid Carbon fiber cone (Virtus NAno Carbon)
- Grand Dome Geometry
- C.A.R Filter™
- Large 2.1″ diameter Voice Coil
- PFS (Progressive Field Symmetry)
For more information, visit www.morelhifi.com.