Revel Ultima Studio2 loudspeaker Specifications

Sidebar 1: Specifications

Description: Three-way bottom-ported, floor-standing loudspeaker. Drive-units: 1" beryllium-dome tweeter in waveguide front plate, 5.5" inverted titanium-dome midrange driver, two 8" inverted titanium-dome woofers. Crossover frequencies: 230Hz, 2kHz. Anechoic frequency response: 32Hz–45kHz, –3dB. Frequency response on axis: 33Hz–20kHz, ±1dB. In-room response relative to target response: 31Hz–18kHz, ±0.5dB. Low-frequency extension: –10dB at 21Hz, –6dB at 25Hz, –3dB at 32Hz. Impedance: 6 ohms nominal, 3.7 ohms minimum. Sensitivity: 88.7dB/2.83V/m (2 pi anechoic).
Dimensions: 46.25" (1175mm) H by 13.75" (349mm) W by 20.5" (521mm) D, all including nonremovable base. Shipping weight: 140 lbs (63.5kg).
Finish: Black or mahogany, both high-gloss.
Serial Numbers Of Units Reviewed: 20143, 20144.
Price: $15,999/pair. Approximate number of dealers: 40.
Manufacturer: Revel, Harman Specialty Group, 1718 W. Mishawaka Road, Elkhart, IN 46517. Tel: (516) 594 0300. Web:

Revel, Harman Specialty Group
1718 W. Mishawaka Road
Elkhart, IN 46517
(516) 594 0300

zettelsm's picture

Hi Kal,

As one of the folks who's been able to live with both the Studio 2 and Salon 2, what's your assessment? How much does the Studio 2 give up to the Salon 2 overall? What do you think about pairing the less expensive Studio 2s with one or two of Revel's subwoofers, or maybe a sub from JL's Fathom series. We're talking 24' X 18' room with 9' ceilings and open stairwell to the next level.

Thanks for your time,

Steve Z
Libby, MT

tmsorosk's picture

I've lived with the Studio 2's for a year now can verify everything that was stated in Kalmans review.

I moved up from the Salon one's and was planning on purchasing the Salon 2's but after hearing both decided the Studio 2 was the better balanced speaker.

Still the best speaker I've heard at it's price point. A true bargain.