Dali Zensor 1 AX Powered Bookshelf Speaker
Dali Zensor 1 AX Powered Bookshelf Speaker
Dali Zensor 1 AX Powered Bookshelf Speaker
Dali Zensor 1 AX Powered Bookshelf Speaker
Dali Zensor 1 AX Powered Bookshelf Speaker
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Dali Zensor 1 AX Powered Bookshelf Speaker

SKU: Dali Zensor 1 AX
RM 2,499.00
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The ZENSOR 1 AX is based on the technology of the ZENSOR 1. They share the same passive crossover, which is paramount for getting the characteristic ZENSOR sound quality. The build-in amplifier is integrated in the left speaker, while the right speaker is a passive ZENSOR 1 speaker.



The DALI ZENSOR AX has a build-in 2 x 50W stereo all digital class D amplifier that delivers the audio signal to both loudspeakers and is designed to bring out the best from its passive ZENSOR host regardless of the signal type.


Easy connectivity through a variaty of sources e.g. Bluetooth and analogue input.


This mix paper pulp and wood fibre makes the cones stiff and light which ensures that every micro detail in the signal is reproduced unfiltered.


With a clear heritage from our high-end series, the lightweight dome tweeter offers best in class resolution.



Imagine a world where music just flows, where all you needed was a set of speakers. No complex electronics, no unwanted cables, no jumble of remote controls, nothing but pure uncomplicated enjoyment.

DALI ZENSOR AX series set you free from the electronics traditionally associated with a high quality audio experience. Both the stand mount and the floor standing model come complete with all you need. They require nothing extra, just connect the mains and you are ready to play.

The build in 2 x 50W stereo all digital amplifier delivers the audio signal to both loudspeakers and is designed to bring out the best from its ZENSOR host regardless of the signal type. You can use Bluetooth and Apt-X if your device supports it, you can connect an analogue source with a mini-jack or an optical via TOSLink.

The ZENSOR 1 AX is based on the technology of the ZENSOR 1. They share the same passive crossover, which is paramount for getting the characteristic ZENSOR sound quality. The build-in amplifier is integrated in the left speaker, while the right speaker is a passive ZENSOR 1 speaker.

Place the ZENSOR 1 AX on a shelf, on a stand, or mount it directly on the wall and start playing music via Bluetooth. Connect your TV via the optical input or any type of traditional audio player via the analogue input.

The ZENSOR AX series has all of the virtues of a traditional stereo system with none of the down sides.

  • HI-FI quality audio without the hassle of bulky electronics
  • Classic DALI trademarks – Wood Fibre cones and large Soft Dome tweeter
  • 2 x 50 Watts fully digital amplifier
  • Bluetooth (Apt-X), Optical and Analogue inputs
  • Subwoofer output

Product series    ZENSOR
Frequency Range (+/-3 dB) [Hz]    53 - 26,500
Maximum SPL [dB]    104
Crossover Frequency [Hz]    2,900 Hz
Crossover Principle    2-way
High frequency driver, Quantity    1 x 25 mm
High frequency driver, Diaphragm type    Soft Textile Dome
Low frequency driver, Quantity    1 x 5.25"
Low frequency driver, Diaphragm type    Wood Fibre Cone
Enclosure type    Bass Reflex
Amplifier Type    Fully digital class D (Open loop type)
Input Impedance [ohms]    12.6k
Connection Input    3.5 mm Mini Jack
Optical (Toslink)
Connection Output    SUB Out
Wireless Input(s)    Bluetooth™ Apt-X
Max. Digital Resolution [bits/KHz]    24 / 96
Magnetic Shielding    No
Recommended Placement    Shelf or stand
Max. Power Consumption [W]    160W
Standby Power Consumption [W]    <0.5W
Dimensions With Base (HxWxD) [mm]    274 x 162 x 240
Accessories Included    Manual
Mains Cable
Remote Control
Speaker Wire (For Right Speaker)
Wall Bracket
Rubber Bumpers
Rubber Feet
Weight [kg]    4.6
Analogue Input Sensitivity [mV]    300
Continous IEC Amplifier Output [RMS watt]    2 x 50W
Input Mains Voltage [Volts]    Universal mains 100 - 240V

Dali Zensor 1 AX review

Dali has come up with a neat solution to a growing hi-fi problem... Tested at £450

By  December 08, 2015

5 Star Rating


A neat solution to what is becoming a greater need. A good idea, well executed


  • Convenience
  • Fast, articulate, enjoyable sound
  • Decent connectivity


  • Small cabinets mean bass isn’t huge
  • Separates will give better sound

A decade ago, the Dali Zensor 1 AX powered stereo speakers would have appealed to a tiny niche of hi-fi enthusiasts. However, it seems the time of the powered speaker may be here – at least, that’s what the Danish speaker manufacturer is hoping.

And Dali might just be on to something – because the Zensor 1 AX is a good plan, well executed. With Smart devices now seemingly ubiquitous, vast tracts of the world’s population have grown used to carrying music on-the-go, and having a simple way of playing those tracks to a decent standard.

Now, with this relatively small box and a smartphone in your pocket, you have all you need for musical entertainment. For those who want to listen to a decent stereo system from speakers that will offer immeasurably better sound than your flatscreen can possibly provide, it’s also a solution.

And for anyone streaming BBC iPlayerNetflixAmazon Prime Video to their PC, this is a pair of speakers that will do justice to the incredibly detailed pictures.



The Zensor 1 AXs are a pair of Zensor 1 speakers that will stand alone as a system, with just a source for company. Inside the left-channel speaker lies an amplifier that supplies the 2x 50W power to run both speakers.

If you want to hard-wire a source in, there is a 3.5mm auxiliary input and an optical digital (Toslink) socket. For the streamers, there is Bluetooth, including the aptX codec for those sources that can take advantage of it.

The speakers come with a power cord and speaker wire to connect to the right-hand speaker, and there’s a remote control to cover the major functions.


The light on the front of the left-hand speaker shows which input is being used: green for the analogue input, orange for digital, blue for Bluetooth. And that should be sufficient for most requirements – a traditional looking pair of speakers with a thoroughly modern purpose.

As a traditional speaker, though, it should be placed on a solid speaker stand for best results.

Certainly, if you’re planning on using these to boost your TV’s sound we’d look at something like the Atacama Moseco 6s at £120 or so.


As the AXs are Zensor 1s with amplification added, it should come as little surprise that the sound is familiar Dali. What you get is a fast, tight, musical performance that makes your toes tap. We listen first via the 3.5mm input, and the sound is detailed and balanced, the soundstage impressively open.

Treble and midrange are nicely articulated, with each instrument easily distinguishable, and vocals clear. Nothing stands out in the mix, which is as it should be.

These are pretty diminutive boxes, so you shouldn’t be expecting anything huge in the way of bass production, but what you get is tight and accurate, and in keeping with the fun, sprightly nature of the sound.

For more of a bass kick, however, there is a sub-out socket to connect to the subwoofer of your choice. Something to consider, perhaps, if you’re connecting your TV to the Zensor 1 AXs for some extra movie welly.

Switching to streaming via Bluetooth brings a noticeable drop in sound quality, with the shortcomings of the streaming technology making things seem thinner and less substantial.

The speakers are quite happy being placed close to a rear wall – indeed the bass can benefit from careful positioning. That also means that the Zensor 1 AXs can serve as PC speakers – although they are fairly substantial for such a purpose.

They may be small hi-fi speakers, but hi-fi speakers they certainly are – so make sure you’ve got the desk space to accommodate them.


Do the Zensor 1 AXs give better sound than the Zensor 1s connected to a stand-alone amplifier? No – a Marantz PM6005 for £300 will undoubtedly do a better job than the amplification housed in the AXs.

But this little pair of powered speakers is certainly more convenient, and the sound they provide is more than enjoyable enough for us to be able to recommend them without hesitation.

If their convenience suits your needs, you won’t go far wrong with the Zensor 1 AXs.



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