Accurate3

    A high performance standard model with Bewith’ s signature ultra-high fidelity playback.

    Featuring PPC speaker technology employing the world’ s only all-eccentric cone system, while remaining faithful to the technical features of the Confidence series such as a mica polymer diaphragm and high rigidity aluminum diecast frame, the Accurate combines a breadth and ease of play that give latitude in amp choice with a vivid but neutral tone to form Bewith’ s standard speaker model. As the Accurate series’ third generation, for the first time in the series’ history the Accurate III features the same Pearl White coating and third generation mica polymer diaphragm as the Confidence III, and with drive system elements like edges and dampers upgraded to Confidence standard, the amount of detail in its sound has improved tremendously. Likewise, plenty of attention to detail has been spent on touches like the frame’ s Confidence-inspired Pearl White finish. Offering nearly the ultra-high fidelity experience of the Confidence at a reasonable price, the Accurate III can be enjoyed in combination with a variety of audio units.

    • 5cm tweeters C-50III
    • 13cm tweeters C-130III

    FEATURE

    Accurate III[ 13cm component separate 2way system ]

    Including two 2way crossover networks,
    two 5cm tweeters, two 13cm midwoofers

    13cm component separate 2way system

    Accurate III

    A-50III [ 5cm tweeters ]

    Frequency Response 350Hz – 28kHz*
    Power Handling 15 – 50W
    Impedance
    Sensitivity 90dB/wm
    Magnet Weight 38g
    Magnet Neodymium
    Weight 0.15kg

    * Mesurement using an included enclosure

    5cm Tweeters

    A-50III

    A-130III [ 13cm midwoofers ]

    Frequency Response 40Hz – 9.0kHz*
    Power Handling 15 – 120W
    Impedance
    Sensitivity 90dB/wm
    Magnet Weight 350g
    Magnet Neodymium
    Weight 1.18kg

    * Mesurement using an included enclosure

    13cm Midwoofers

    A-130III

    FEATURE

    Pure, penetrating sound with a vivid presence. Original PPC speaker technology that supports ultra precise sound reproduction

    Bewith’s own PPC (Polar Pattern Control) speaker technology has been incorporated in the Confidence Ⅲ and Accurate Ⅲ series. PPC speaker technology delivers tone quality coherence across all ranges, directivity control that responds to the in-vehicle environment, and flat and smooth frequency response in the ideal manner demanded for car speakers. This is accomplished by the adoption of the eccentric cone scheme in all speaker drivers — the tweeter, midwoofer, and subwoofer — and a common design that uses the same structure, the same materials and the same magnetic circuits in all units. From ultra-low tones to ultra-high ones, you hear a pure, penetrating and vivid sound with a lively presence. From the first generation Confidence introduced in 2002, our unequalled technology has been thoroughly refined to support Bewith ultra precise sound reproduction.

    Flat and smooth frequency response that spans all ranges.

    The advantages of the eccentric cone, which has the drive points of the diaphragm offset from the central axis, are put to use in the unit’s sound production by effectively dispersing the diaphragm’s divisional vibrations (high level resonance). This eccentric cone technology achieves flat and smooth frequency response with few of the unavoidable peaks and valleys of common dynamic, circular speakers. Consequently, because the actual frequency range (flat response region) in each unit has been expanded and uniform high purity sound quality is obtained in all tone ranges over the width of the frequency range, the degree of freedom in the crossover layout has increased by an order of magnitude.

    Taking advantage of eccentric cone properties to produce a high class acoustic field and imaging.

    In a car speaker, where getting the installation angle to meet the listener face-to-face can be hard and the sound is easily subject to the diffused sound reflection of the window glass, how well these directional properties can be controlled will have a profound effect on the acoustic field and imaging. PPC speaker technology, which exercises directivity control that takes advantage of the eccentric cone properties in all units, achieves a high level of acoustic field and imaging to eliminate any need to rely on an excessive amount of digital tuning. Another good point about the eccentric cone method is the ability to do fine tuning of directional properties through rotation of the unit at its installed position.

    Common design for all units, intended for essential coherence in tone quality.

    By adopting the same structure, the same materials and the same magnetic circuits in the 5cm tweeter, 13cm midwoofer, and 18cm subwoofer, we have successfully achieved the essence in tone quality coherence spanning all ranges, a longstanding aim of multiway systems. Of particular note is that the tweeter has crystallized our groundbreaking design and production technology by compressing the eccentric cone, with its extremely high precision requirements, to an inner diameter of just 5cm. Japan’s audio technology, unrivaled in the world, has given birth to the Bewith-exclusive all eccentric cone system.

    800Hz crossover for natural tone quality and a true acoustic field.

    Another major feature of PPC speaker technology is that the recommended crossover point between the tweeter and midwoofer is set to 800Hz, an exceptionally low value compared with common two-way systems (normally set at around 3kHz to 5kHz). This is done by using the all-eccentric cone method that obtains uniform high-purity sound quality across virtually the entire frequency range. Setting the crossover point, which is subject to phase drift and frequency response undulation, below the medium-high sound range between 1 and 5kHz where auditory perception is most acute and seamlessly reproducing sound from this 800Hz point to the end of the high region in a single unit allows you to listen with pleasure to an unexaggerated natural tone quality and the true acoustic field.

    Comparison of frequency response between an eccentric cone unit and a common cone unit

    Comparison of crossover points between a Bewith 2-way system and a conventional 2-way system

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