Summary: this is my first american brand speaker, quite surprised with its sound when paired with a marantz pm 6004. not typical american sound as i always thought, but also still not euro sound style (compared with my old tannoy 615). good for chamber music, especially for piano solo.
Summary: I ordered 3x Boston A26 as my left, center and right. I hooked up a signal generator, but used my ears to judge relative perceived sound levels. 1. The speaker response is mostly flat. Sweeping through all audible frequencies, there are just a couple very minor resonances in the low mids.
Summary: superb overall for the price. seen many good reviews from stereophile and WhatHIFI etc... sounds laid back, soft, crisp. not forward fronting sound. good for female vocal and country. not bad for rock n roll, heavy metal, pop. I bought A23 for my PC because I liked this.
Summary: I used to sell stereo equipment years ago and developed a discerning ear for speakers and amplifiers. I bought this speaker to replace an older damaged Boston Acoustics HD7 that I had for many years. After wiring it up on the channel of the older speaker I was able to do a thorough A-B test.
Summary: I love Boston Acoustics and have been a loyal customer of their speakers for years. I purchased the A26 speakers to use in an office for music and for better sound for my streaming shows and movies. They are small and stylish, but provide an impressive sound and have much more bass than I expected.
Summary: Listening to these speakers you are amazed at the large sound being produced = if you did not see them you will swear they were floor standers so good is the bass = they have good imaging and sound absolutely great = well done Ken Isiwata
Summary: I bought these to go into a surround sound system, choosing them over the A25s for the extra bass watching films and playing games. First impressions out of the box were that they were huge, much bigger than my previous Tannoy F1s, it's understandable with the big 6.5" drivers, and I'd say you'd be...