With the nuPro SP-200 and the nuPro SP-500, the Swabian manufacturer Nubert is sending two new active loudspeakers or master-slave systems into the race – a compact and a floor-standing model.
Nubert nuPro SP-200 / SP-500: Similarities and differences
Both Nubert systems are master-slave concepts, in which one loudspeaker is passive and the other houses the electronics. Next to one Bluetooth receiver (apt-X HD & Low Latency, AAC) the electronics are equipped with a high-level input (Cinch), an optical and a coaxial S / PDIF input and an HDMI-ARC connection. The built-in surround decoder prepares DTS or Dolby soundtracks optimally for stereo output.
The new Nubert nuPro loudspeakers can be controlled either with the supplied remote control or the multi-function rotary knob on the master speaker. The built DSP level Allows bass and treble control, the activation of an adaptive loudness circuit as well as the “listening area expansion” for a wider stereo stage and the “Voice +” algorithm, which is supposed to improve speech intelligibility.
While the Nubert nuPro SP-200 is a compact loudspeaker based on the two-way bass reflex principle, the Nubert nuPro SP-500 comes as a three-way speaker. Draw for signal gain Class D amplifier responsible, which deliver up to 60 (nuPro SP-200) or 80 watt (nuPro SP-500) nominal power per channel.
The loudspeakers can now be ordered in black or white varnish, with delivery scheduled for December 2021. Who by December 31 If you order, you will receive the otherwise optional additional guarantee extension to 5 years on top of that.
- Nubert nuPro SP-200: 845 euros
- Nubert nuPro SP-500: 1,365 euros