Range Rover Evoque

Range Rover Evoque

Range Rover Evoque Interior

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Range Rover Evoque Tweeter

Range Rover Evoque Interior

Range Rover Evoque Bass Drive Unit

Range Rover Evoque Door Detail

Range Rover Evoque HMI

Range Rover Evoque Interior

Range Rover Evoque

Range Rover Evoque Interior

Range Rover Evoque Midrange Drive Unit

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Range Rover Evoque

The Range Rover Evoque was developed from the LRX concept vehicle which was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in January 2008 and retained nearly identical bodywork from the LRX prototype including the cabin length panoramic sun roof. It was the first JLR model to have a Meridian Audio sound system option.

The Range Rover Evoque Meridian™ 380W Sound System has 13 speakers positioned throughout the cabin, the 825W Surround Sound System has a further 6 speakers and Trifield digital signal processing to provide surround and centre channel signals.

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Audio System Specifications

Meridian Sound System

380 Watts      11 Speakers      Stereo

Meridian Surround Sound System

825 Watts      17 Speakers      Trifield

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  Digital Signal Processing

Digital, active DSP crossovers were designed to distribute music to each speaker giving higher overall quality, less power use, and the performance of Meridian consumer loudspeakers.


Meridian’s exclusive Trifield technology blends the centre and surround channels seamlessly with the left and right channels to deliver a consistent, concert-like experience, optimised for all seating positions.

  Meridian Cabin Correction

Meridian Cabin Correction technology optimises the audio system by measuring the acoustic time domain of the cabin and correcting the low frequency response preserving the timing and natural rhythm of a musical performance ensuring that bass notes to be reproduced cleanly.

  Digital Dither Shaping

Meridian Digital Dither Shaping is based upon psychoacoustic research to arrive at critically calculated noise shaping filters which provides an incredibly silent background to the recordings improving dynamic range and maximising musical detail.


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“This is an outstanding set-up… what marks this out is really punchy, controlled bass, especially at high volume on fast tracks… There’s good clarity to the vocals and a natural accuracy to the surround sound. Verdict: *****”
– Steve Fowler, Auto Express, Jun 2012.

“These systems sound almost as good as top-notch hi-fi, which makes long journeys and being held up in traffic a joy.”
– Jonathan Margolis, How to Spend It, Financial Times, Jun 2012.

“The sound quality is quite simply awe inspiring.”
– Ian Robertson, DieselCar, Jan 2013.

“Jumping on the 405 South and heading towards Newport Beach, I skipped Guns N’ Roses’ obvious “Welcome to the Jungle” and chose “Black Leather” from their 1993 covers record The Spaghetti Incident, cranking the volume control until it hurt, before ultimately dialing it down to perfection. The delivery? Effortless.

Meridian claims that “wherever you sit in the Evoque, you’re sitting in the best seat in the vehicle.” With the needle on the speedometer settling in at 115mph (with surprisingly little traffic on the 405), it felt like Slash was out on the vehicle’s bonnet, in front of a wall of Marshalls, and the rest of the band in the back seat. Spectacular!”
– Jeff Dorgay, Tone Audio, Feb 2012.

“It’s a fantastic listen: its treble is smooth and composed without being overly polite, its bass is forthright and articulate, and a taut, unburstable character pervades every aspect of its presentation.”
– Andy Kerr, What HiFi, Jun 2012.