Tweeter : SB Acoustics Satori TW29BN-B-8
Midrange : SB Acoustics Satori MR16P-4
Bass driver : SB Acoustics Satori MW19P-8
a sounded instrument
- Advanced high-end drivers.
- Non-parallel cabinet walls.
- Facets and optimized tweeter position for reduced diffraction.
- Slanted internal partition for reduction of standing waves.
- Inclined baffle for time alignment of drivers.
- Large low compression midrange cavity.
- Large low noise vent.
- Strategic internal bracing and damping.
- Solid single-wiring binding posts.
Dimensions (H x W x D) : 1100 x 230 x 615 mm (43.3 x 9.0 x 24.2 inch)
The SASANDU is a large 3-way floor standing speaker showcasing the advanced SATORI 29mm Neodymium Beryllium tweeter. The midrange is covered by the 6½” SATORI MR16P-4 Egyptian Papyrus cone midrange with a dedicated large sealed midrange chamber for low compression and wonderful open midrange reproduction. Each speaker is solidly anchored in the lower octaves by two 7½” SATORI MW19P-8 for a deep, tight, and satisfyingly musical bass.
SASANDU also called Sasando means “sounded instrument” and is a traditional Indonesian harp like string instrument with a body made from bamboo and native type of leaves. The SASANDU is a no compromise speaker kit designed to reproduce music as faithfully as possible.
The SASANDU’s faceted baffle and optimized tweeter position to lower diffraction as well as inclined cabinet to time align the drivers result in state of the art imaging. The large high quality crossover has it’s own chamber behind the removable plinth.
The cabinet is masterfully crafted from 28, 18, and 15 mm MDF with strategic internal bracing to distribute cabinet vibrations and lower sound coloration. A slanted internal partition reduces internal standing waves and the over sized 75 mm port at the rear ensures uncompressed bass even at very high listening levels.
Part List (each cabinet):
- 1 pc - High frequency driver SATORI TW29BN-B-8 or TW29BN-8 (sold separately)
- 1 pc - Mid frequency driver 6.5" SATORI MR16P-4 or MR16PNW-4 (sold separately)
- 2 pcs - Low frequency drivers 7.5" SATORI MW19P-8 or MW19PNW-8 (sold separately)
- 1 pc - Sasandu crossover kit (sold separately)
- 24 pcs - Hex socket screw M4 x 20mm (for drivers)
- 11 pcs - Hex socket screw M5 x 30mm (for pedestal)
- 4 pcs - Countersunk screw M4 x 20mm (for terminal plate)
- 10 pcs - Wood screw 4 x 16 mm for crossover (from crossover kit)
- 28 pcs - Insert nut M4 (Installed )
- 11 pcs - Insert nut M5 (Installed )
- 1 pc - Stainless Terminal plate
- 1 pair - Binding post
- 1 pc - Seal gasket (for terminal plate)
- 1 pc - Seal gasket (for pedestal, installed on cabinet)
- 1 pc - Port flare (installed on cabinet)
- 1 pc - Port paper tube (installed on cabinet)
- 1 pc - Damping
- 1 pc - Name plate
- 1 pc - Tweeter grille
- 1 pc - Midrange grille
- 2 pcs - Woofer grille
- Hex key 3mm size (for driver screw)
- Hex key 4mm size (for pedestal screw)
- Hex key 2.5mm size (for terminal plate screw)
- Philips screwdriver no. 2 (for crossover screw)
- Hot melt glue gun(for attaching the damping and sealing the wire hole)
1. Carefully remove the cabinet from the packaging. Locate the raw damping material inside the cabinet and set aside.
2. Cut the raw damping material into 18 pieces according to the cutting pattern diagram.
3. Place each damping part into the cabinet according to the position diagram. Add a bit of glue if needed to hold the damping in place.
4. Detach the pedestal by loosening the four screws under the speaker cabinet.
5. Place the crossover onto the top of the pedestal, with the input cables towards the rear terminal side and the speaker wires towards the front panel.
6. Pass the four pairs of speaker wire through the holes in the bottom brace of the cabinet as shown.
7. Pass the input cable through the terminal hole on the rear of the cabinet, then connect to the binding posts.
8. Mount the terminal panel onto the terminal hole at the back of the cabinet.
9. Mount the pedestal with the crossover to the cabinet. Make sure to gently tighten all 11 screws without over driving.
10. Guide the four pairs of cables through the holes in each cabinet bracing.
Pull the tweeter and midrange cables through the midrange chamber partition hole.
11. Seal the cable holes on the midrange chamber partition with hot melt glue.
12. Hook up the cables to the woofer, midrange and tweeter terminals.
13. Mount the drivers to the cabinet and gently fasten the screws. Take care not to over tighten.