Summary: At this price and size don't expect earth shattering bass or a life like experience. What you get is a fun speaker that mates well with NAD and Cambridge audio gear. Not bad with my Yamaha integrated but not quite as good. A tad bright and light on bass, but for the price you get a very good small speaker you can listen without fatigue. Treble, midrange and soundstage depth are good for price. A top value choice. Decided over long-term listening deserves 4 stars.
Summary: These are impressive speakers for their small size. The dark walnut finish looks very sharp and clean, almost giving them a vintage look. They produce a very warm sound, with good soundstage and exceptionally clear vocals. Bass is again impressive for the size, but to really shake the walls a subwoofer would be needed.
Summary: Nice sounding speaker. Be aware that the woofer is actually a 4.5" and not a 5.25" like Amazon states. I have owned; M&K, Paradigm, B&W, and others. These speakers have a nice balance top to bottom. Low end has very nice decay and presence. Mids and highs complement each other well. Highs are smooth and very pleasant. The soundstage is expansive and these speakers almost disappear. Enjoying them very much!!
Amazing speakers that punch well above their weight
Weston D, Amazon
18 April 2014
Summary: For the purposes of this review I will start by saying that I bought these from Richersounds as I wanted to listen to them before my purchase. test equipment used for this review. Denon Dm39, Pixel T80 stands, Van Damme Blue studio cable and Sewell Pro Maestro Banana Plugs. Lets start with the specs. A dedicated foam damper for the tweeter, helps reduce reflection and enhances the sound stage. The Frequency range is 50Hz – 22kHz. Their Sensitivity is 90dB.