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Elac Uni-Fi UB5 by Andrew Jones Hands On Review – Video

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ARIES CERAT SYMPHONIA HORN SPEAKERS REVIEW

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” Symphonia completely eliminate diffraction coloration and smearing transients, with unique 360 degree bullet-shaped solid-wood horns. But, thats not all. The eleven kg, 4” oversized titanium driver, with a massive magnetic system is connected to the multi-tap transformer, that can tune the speakers according to each room’s acoustics. ”

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VOLYA AUDIO BOUQUET SPEAKERS REVIEW

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“Its hard to talk about the proper execution of any speakers design as its underlined by the designer vision, but let brain storm anyway. Ceramic drivers from ground up radiate with certain feeling of non ability to completely escape from their inherited “material” imprint. Quite few upper echelon audio companies already tried and are trying hard to push the bar further, but still with very mixed results. Sonic wise, the final outcome is still farer from what’s expected from such premium pricing loudspeakers. As always, I’m keeping myself open minded and ready to experience the progression or proper partner ing. Back to Volya”

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Wilson Audio • Yvette Loudspeakers $25,500/pair Review

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“The ability to place instruments and voices in a believable space and to deliver exceptionally rich tonal color was just as evident on small-scale classical music. Hilary Hahn’s duets with pianist Cory Smythe on In 27 Pieces: The Hilary Hahn Encores (LP [Deutsche Grammophon 00289 479 6664], CD [Deutsche Grammophon B0019103-02]) are a case in point. While the LP was released after the Yvettes had arrived, the CD had been out long enough for me to listen to it on other speakers in my home and still others in showrooms and at shows. My initial reaction to this disc was of mild disappointment, with Hahn sometimes sounding uncharacteristically harsh and the piano parts lacking a sense of integration and conversation with the violin.”

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SONUS FABER PRINCIPIA 3 BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS REVIEW

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” You can see my final in-room frequency response curves above. These are measured at my primary listening position and as such are indicative of what my ears actually heard, room artifacts and all. You can see that the speaker is pretty flat with a few exceptions. The bass peaks around 50Hz and 125Hz are room-induced due to my seating position. There is also a bit of excess energy from 800Hz up to about 1250Hz as well as from 2kHz up through about 4kHz. This upper-midrange/presence region rise was even more pronounced with the speakers more toed-in towards the listening position. Bass response went deeper than I anticipated, with solid output down to about 35Hz. Bass tapered off quickly beneath that level, but this is very good for such a relatively small speaker. ”

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Revel Concerta2 F36 Floorstanding Speaker Review

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“The F36’s treble sounds neutral–not boosted or rolled off–but it’s exceptionally clear. This means if a recording is bad, the F36 will let you know it. I can’t say the speakers highlighted the grating surface-noise effects added to parts of Freddie Joachim’s “Shoulder Kiss,” but they did nothing to cover up what to me is a regrettable aesthetic decision. I had to turn the system down about 10 decibels to tolerate this recording. A speaker with a soft-dome tweeter (and a soft-sounding soft dome at that) would probably sound more pleasing on recordings like this, or on Toto’s somewhat bright-sounding Toto IV, but there’s no way it would deliver the detail and sense of space that the F36 presents.”

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Best Speakers ever! KRS 4344 & High End Special Crossover – video

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