Alta Audio Celesta FRM-2M Loudspeaker Review

June 3, 2020 § Leave a comment

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“Yes, that low frequency response figure in the Specs is correct. And spot on. The FRMs still plumb the depths like few stand mounts. They shock guests just how low they go with complete authority. Although mine is a small listening room, it is fully pressurized by Levy’s XTL technology. I’ve heard the same effect wow listeners in two NYC listening rooms larger than mine. And, the bass is timbrally accurate—no cheap thrills or mid bass bumps like many bookshelf loudspeakers. As such, you’ll hear the Kingsway rumble from the Picadilly Line tube on the Martinon/LSO/Shaded Dog/Shostakovich 1st Symphony clearly and the wiry sound of Ray Brown’s string bass when bowed on We Get Requests.”

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