The inspiration for Sabrina arose from two distinct and seemingly disparate sources: the original WATT/Puppy, and the Alexandria XLF. The WATT/Puppy was the result of Dave Wilsonâ€™s belief that a well-designed compact loudspeaker could outperform many of the much larger state-of-the-art systems of its day. Sabrina is nearly the same size as its 1980s progenitor. The XLF, on the other hand, represents the current pinnacle of Wilsonâ€™s three-decades-long quest to bridge the gulf between live, unamplified music and its reproduction. The XLF platform offers the worldâ€™s most precise time-alignment capability, custom-designed drivers, and cabinet modules constructed from Wilsonâ€™s proprietary materials, reducing cabinet resonance and coloration to inaudible levels. The objective for Sabrina was to take the wealth of knowledge and experience contained in the XLF and distill it down to its essence. To create a loudspeaker that, like the first WATT/Puppy, could stand alongside much larger systems and offer the kind of dynamic contrast and harmonic expression that is the defining character of Wilson Audio loudspeakers.