Where is that? Porcelain speakers! At this point we want to deal with the tonal advantages of this special material.

But what actually is porcelain? It is also known as white gold and is considered an exquisite material for tableware and works of art. So far, however, loudspeakers have not been made of porcelain. Until Ronald Jaklitsch from mo sound discovered this mixture of kaolin, quartz and feldspar.

The material ceramics is used for many things: for clay bricks at the lowest level (here we speak of coarse ceramics), for earthenware or stoneware that we know from Gmunden ceramics, up to its most perfect level, the noblest material, porcelain.

But a good idea alone is not enough. You also have to build the porcelain ball speakers. And this practical implementation is so complex that all previous attempts by other manufacturers came to an end with the prototype. With classic porcelain production, minimum tolerances must be observed so that each pair of porcelain loudspeakers sounds the same.


Porcelain is hard and low-resonance

We use hard porcelain that has been fired several times for our porcelain loudspeakers. Porcelain has a non-porous structure and a very high density.

This reduces the natural vibration of the loudspeaker housing to a minimum, so that the movements of the loudspeaker membranes can be emitted largely undisturbed. A vibration-free housing therefore has a positive effect on the sound.

Its high density and non-porous structure make porcelain almost vibration-free. In addition, with porcelain it is possible to achieve very thin walls and still ensure the necessary robustness.

In contrast to other loudspeakers, the wall thickness of the porcelain loudspeakers is small: With a diameter of 175 mm, the wall thickness is 5 mm. For comparison, a hardwood speaker of the same size would need walls about 3 times thicker, since porcelain is about 3 times denser than hardwood.

Porcelain can be shaped organically in a liquid state, which is what makes the production of spheres possible in the first place. It is extremely complex to produce a perfect spherical shape from a single cast with the smallest of tolerances, which is why only exceptional porcelain manufacturers are involved in the production of spherical speaker housings. We work together with Weimarer Porzellan in Germany.

mo° sound porcelain loudspeakers have absolutely homogeneous loudspeaker housings, nothing is screwed or glued here. Of course, the mo° sound ball speakers are subject to the strictest quality controls.