Summary: Just bought from RS in Leeds. Great staff and a great demo. I listened for 10 minutes and was hooked. Only £300 for these is a steal as proven when I got home. They are replacing my old Castle Howard Mk2 Loudspeakers and driven by an Arcam AVR350, Bi amped and they are just wonderful. I am sure more expensive models have more clarity, timing and bass output but 300 QUID.... You are giving them away.
Pros: great bass depth and timing , well built and small footprint , effortless power
Cons: treble and midrange forward sounding , needs plenty of power to get the best from.
Excellent value. Get yours now before they're sold out!
Papa, Richer Sounds
29 August 2014
Summary: I already have two pairs of Tannoy on other systems. I'm using this bi amped with Arcams, giving me 120w each side. Careful running in of speakers needed for a good 24 hours. Remember these speakers were originally retailing at £800,, and sound superb for that price, but at £350, frankly they're giving them away. My listening is predominantly rock based, and the delivery of these speakers is excellent, really excellent.
Summary: Given the price these are currently selling at they are a really wonderful speaker which should last me a long time. Very pleased indeed. The Brighton shop was massively helpful and friendly as always thanks guys. Now I just need to update the rest of the speakers!
Summary: These replace a pair of Bowers & Wilkins 602.5 floorstanders and connected to a NAD C370 amp. I had the old speakers bi-wired so i could connect both old and new to compare them side by side by switching with the amp remote. The sound has far better definition than the B&Ws particularly the high frequencies. They have loads of grunt if you like your music loud and when played quietly you can hear far more detail than the B&Ws.
Oustanding audio quality and a pleasure to listen to!!!
TopB, Richer Sounds
26 May 2014
Summary: I demo'd these against another pair of speakers at the same price and instantly fell for the look and design. However, once we started playing through them,n there was absolutely no contest. The sound came at you focussed from one point, with the tweeter in the bass cone, made a huge impact on the source of the music.