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.