Summary: started buying cd's again and needed to replace my old speakers for a much clearer and richer sound, (pardon the pun) so bought these Whafedale speakers and they have lived up to their reputation, beautiful crisp sound with clear midrange and low range sounds..
Summary: Went to the shop in Kingston (thanks guys) wanting to buy replacement for my old Denons bookshelves. I was looking for cheap floor-standers like Tibo EDGE 200, but they didn't have them, so I've asked for some good bookshelves to compare them with my Denons. We picked CAMBRIDGE AUDIO SX60 and WHARFEDALE DIAMOND 9.0 I was hearing from time to time.
Summary: my wife and i brought these for our 11 year old at Christmas to go with old Nad amp i had and a turntable as he has started to collect vinyl . they sound great for the money and are built well as Wharfedale always have been, id highly recommend these little speakers
Summary: I worked in a recording studio years ago, so am fairly critical of audio products. These speakers are very good value indeed and deliver a good sound. I bought a pair for home and was that impressed I have bought a further pair for a medieval church, where they sound very well indeed.
Summary: I use these speakers mounted on some wall brackets with a small format denon system. A great sound from these front ported 2way speakers. They are sometimes slightly boomy on voice only / talk radio /radio four. But I have not had this issue with any type of music. They were easy to mount due to the captive nuts fixed in the rear.
Summary: My first separates system in the early 80s included the mark 1 Diamonds, and they were simply superb then. So when I decided to upgrade the speakers on a decent micro-system in my dining room, these were the first choice. And I remain amazed that such sound can be had for this ridiculously low price! They needed a bit of running in and I have been rewarded by a lovely sweet sound but with a controlled deep base that really should not be possible from cabinets this small.