A700 LE Mastertunings

Hereunder you can see and download each of our Mastertunings by pressing the blue icon. The tunings variations are described with the Stock tuning as a baseline. Do NOT use these on other speakers than the A700 LE.

All Flat

All Flat aims to give a very flat and neutral performance. Due to the waveguides constant directivity, the tweeter does not lose power off axis like your typical speaker. Should you have a room where reflected sound is very dominant, and you find them too bright, check out the All flat (in room)

All Flat - In-room 

Same as the All flat, but here with reduced treble to follow the normal estimated in room trend. So if you find the All flat a little too bright, then this would be your choice.

Extra details

The little extra sparkle and “detail” at the top end of the frequency range. It's known that we do lose our sensitivity in the higher frequencies as we get older, this could compensate for that as well. Or if you generally like a brighter presentation. 

Forward Midrange

Based on the flat mastertuning, but with a bit more focus on the midrange. This is excellent if you prioritize vocals when listing to music. 

Wall filter

Optimized for speakers placed close to boundaries, which aims to compensate for lost clarity. This can be an issue when placing the speakers close to a wall due to a gain in the lower frequencies. We say that close to a wall is under 20-25cm from the back of the cabinet.


This tuning changes the soundstage presentation to be a bit more forward and overall more focused, to where placing instruments in a 3D space is easier. This design style was invented for the A10 as a nearfield studio tuning, but works brilliant on a farfield speaker like the A700 LE as well.


Cardioid is a pretty big subject. Basically we use the back woofer to cancel out lower frequencies from 90-300hz which is an area where speakers normally are omnidirectional. This lowers the room's interference with the speakers very much and gives you a very clean presentation in bass and lower midrange. This allows you to have the speakers very close to wall boundaries, while they maintain a "free" sound. It does lower the output capabilities dramatically on the speakers.

High sensitivity

We allow more overall gain into the A700 here for being able to play louder. This does not follow the WiSA standard for volume, so it would not be usable for WiSA surround.