Coda IV, Coda V

Coda IV (1986-88)
 
This successful design was updated into the mark IV version in 1986 primarily with further refinements to the drive units and crossover network.
 
The formula was the same – a compact 2-way loudspeaker of medium efficiency, producing exceptional performance from such a small enclosure. Equally at home on a shelf or stand, free standing or against a wall it was easily accommodated into smaller modern homes. Many benefits usually reserved for more expensive esoteric loudspeakers are found in the Coda. Its sound was alive, dynamic and thoroughly musical. Midrange reproduction was coherent and detailed, with a degree of realism normally found in much larger and more complex designs.   
 
Coda V (1987)
 
The mark V version of the successful Coda loudspeaker was a special version for Richer Sounds in the UK.
 

Specification: Coda IV
System Type: Two-way, bookshelf/stand-mount
Enclosure type: Closed box
Size: 470 x 280 x 190mm (18.5 x 11 x 7.5 inches)
Weight: 5.9kg (13 lb)
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Rated maximum power: 50W programme
Frequency response: 65-20,000Hz +/-3.0dB at 2m on design axis (-10dB at 50Hz and 30kHz)
Sensitivity: 87dB at 1m for a pink noise input of 1W (anechoic conditions)
Maximum output: 104dB on programme peaks under typical listening conditions
System: SP3073
Drive units: B200 bass unit (SP1086), T33 tweeter (SP1087)
Crossover: SP2082
 
Specification: Coda V
System Type: Two-way, bookshelf/stand-mount
Enclosure type: Closed box
Size: 502 x 247 x 190mm (19.75 x 9.7 x 7.5 inches)
Weight: 6.3kg (13.86 lb)
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Rated maximum power: 50W programme
Frequency response: 65-20,000Hz +/-3.0dB at 2m on design axis (-10dB at 50Hz and 30kHz)
Sensitivity: 90dB at 1m for a pink noise input of 2.83V (anechoic conditions)
Maximum output: 110dB on programme peaks under typical listening conditions
Finish: Simulated Walnut or Black Ash
System: SP3086
Drive units: B200 bass unit (SP1088), T33 tweeter (SP1230)
Crossover: SP2125