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8.3 out of 10

Quad Hifi 11L2

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Quad 11L Active Loudspeakers

7 December 2007
  • Summary: With the ability to rip high-res music to PCs today, no one should be satisfied with the kind of speakers that typically come with PCs or Macs. On the contrary, solid-quality, self-powered mini-monitors are de rigueur, and so far, I haven’t heard the equal of the Quad 11Ls. They provide a broad and deep soundstage, their treble is clear and bright, but not too forward, and their bass/midrange is full and round.
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Quad 11L and 12L - bookshelf loudspeakers

16 July 2003
  • Excerpt: You may remember my review of the Spendor-made Quad 10L loudspeaker of a couple of years ago. How I came from indignation - the heresy of a non-ESL Quad! - to sheer love for that performing tiny tot.
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Overall 8

Quad 11L Classic

What Hi-Fi?
19 November 2005
  • Excerpt: It's been eight years since we first laid eyes on Quad 's 11L. That first generation was terrific, blitzing all-comers for a few years. We were less taken with the second-generation model, which improved on the original in some areas while losing balance in others. The Classic is new and improved, and is a determined attempt to recapture the magic of the original. Superb build, even handed tone It gets off to a great start.
  • Pros: Impressive neutrality, control and detail resolution, terrific build and finish, relatively unfussy about positioning
  • Cons: Presentation lacks the sparkle to truly engage the listener
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Quad 11L2

1 March 2006
  • Excerpt: In der Vergangenheit machte sich die Quad ESL 2905 mit ungewohnt leisen Tönen viele Freunde. Kann die Quad 11L2 in ihre Fußstapfen treten?
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