RBH Signature Reference SV-6500R Floorstanding Speaker Review

November 26, 2017 § Leave a comment

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“. In chapter eight, Peter Parker’s classmates enter the Washington Monument elevator for a tour, only to have an explosive device go off, putting them in grave danger of falling. Spider-Man scales the wall of the monument to save his friends. In the process, a police helicopter swoops in to try and stop Spider-Man, who they think is a terrorist. The aggressiveness of the scene’s soundtrack when played through the RBH Signature Reference SV-6500R towers and SV-661R center channel presented every element with as much width, depth, and seamless movement as possible with a 5.2 configuration. There was a great balance between the RBH front-end, the Aerial Acoustics surround sound support, and the JL Audio low-end intensity that, all together, they provided one of the film’s most demanding action scenes with sonic clarity, precision, and intensity. The dialogue was always clear and detailed, with unwavering spatially accurate positioning. The music was reproduced with seamless spacing and pinpoint clarity.”

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