he footprint of the new Wilson Audio Alexia is similar to that of the Sasha W/P, but the speaker is taller and more adjustable, with three modules that allow for precise time-domain alignment.
The treble is handled by a revised version of Wilson Audio's "Convergent Synergy" silk-dome tweeter, which debuted in the Alexandria XLF. The midrange is covered by Wilson's composite midrange driver, and the bass is handled by a pair of brand-new Wilson-developed woofers. As with the MAXX 3 and Alexandria XLF, this approach, which uses two woofers of differing sizes (8" and 10" for the Alexia), is said to lead to "optimized" bass speed and extension.
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