With the Ambience BA71 Dieter Burmester created a loudspeaker that combines striking sound with highest musical fidelity and almost unlimited power reserves. Its fundamental bass power despite its lean and elegant appearance is due to the separation of the bass diaphragm into four identical, compact bass drivers, which are energetically supported in the lowest registers by a bass reflex port. Two low-to-mid range drivers in a sealed compartment for each speaker provide well-balanced, tonally correct sound up to the treble register for which a new Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeter has been custom developed. However, what really sets this speaker apart is its adaptability to different rooms and listening tastes. An additional, rear-firing ambience tweeter can be infinitely adjusted to adapt the sound to individual tastes or listening room acoustics. It opens up the width and depth of the soundstage in a way that heretofore seemed possible only with omnidirectional or dipole speakers. However, with Burmester’s Ambience loudspeakers this phenomenon is not only achievable but also adjustable.