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With the M Series, Ophidian proved it could produce 'larger than life' sounding loudspeakers that seemed to defy physics.

The three-way P3 Evo loudspeakers are housed in the same sized cabinet as the P2, and are ideal for those tight on space, but still want a high quality loudspeaker. The triple bass driver array, along with the Aeroflex technology, offers a particularly deep and powerful bass response for such a small form floorstanding loudspeaker.

Ophidian P3 Evolution loudspeakers,

ophidian p3 evolution loudspeakers

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Ophidian P3 Evolution loudspeakers,

The P3 Evolution uses a 27mm Sonolex coated soft dome HF unit for a natural sounding high frequency response.

A 50mm soft dome midrange driver housed in a sealed enclosure provides a midrange clarity only a three-way loudspeaker can, and also eases the load on the other other drivers.


The three 150mm SEAS mid/bass drivers used in the P3 are specifically built for the P Series, using lightweight aluminium cones and low-loss rubber surrounds for the fastest possible response.

Vibrations that are usually transferred to the cabinet from the force generated by the drivers - and those that usually make their way back to the drivers and front baffle are greatly reduced by using a 25mm floating front baffle, mounted on flexible gaskets, providing a cleaner, detailed, and more focused end result.

Plywood is used for the cabinet and internal bracing as Ophidian claim it to be stronger, and providing better internal damping than the more commonly used MDF.

Evolution Series Aeroflex techology,
  • three-way design

  • AEROFLEX port system

  • floating 25mm front baffle

  • 27mm Sonolex coated soft dome HF unit

  • 50mm soft dome midrange driver

  • 3x 150mm aluminium mid/bass drivers

  • 32-30kHz (+/-3dB)

  • 4ohms impedance

  • 90dB sensitivity

  • H 1024mm x W 315mm x D 192mm (excl. plinth)

  • available in oak or walnut real wood veneer with satin black front baffle


Ophidian's Aeroflex technology is designed to do a similar job to a conventional loudspeaker port - produce extended bass from a small cabinet - but it does so without the negative side effects. Reflex ports usually produce a highly turbulent flow of air, which can produce port noise, and also drastically changes the bass depending on its proximity to the wall. Place your hand over an Aeroflex port and you'll hardly feel a thing. This makes the P3 Evolution more friendly, allowing closer proximity to walls with less bass issues, making it a very flexible little speaker.

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