Its design concept was conceived as a structural aluminum frame that supports all functional elements that assume the identical dignity both for video and audio components.
This television housing is strong and light, resistant, resilient, easily recyclable with a low environmental impact.
Placed at the very top end of the range both in its application as an audio- video monitor and in its use as a ‘simple’ television. At home or in the office, its elegant styling sets it at ease in any surroundings, while at a more practical level it can fully satisfy any operational needs.
Due to its architecture it combines low specific weight with high structural strength and guarantees high standards of quality while reducing the chance of sound vibrations.
While fulfilling its role as a structural component, the frame also became an important and recognizable aesthetic element, motivated by the precise technological characteristics of the aluminum itself.
The technical solution adopted is the Focused Stereo System. By using an auxiliary acoustic output positioned centrally, it guarantees the quality of the accompanying sound, its coherence and the visual image. This third channel, dedicated to the reproduction of the frequencies at the centre of the audible range, actually produces a monographic signal created by the sum of the stereo signals without the information concerning the sound source.
The frame is even useful for the wall mounting applications and remains a recognizable technological sign.
Softech was available in different ratios and sizes.