Summary: The speakers sound good and look nice. One small objection is that the product was not clearly advertised as being made in China. I was deciding between more expensive speakers from a Canadian company (actually built in Canada), and what I thought were British built Wharfedale speakers for less...
Summary: Professional reviews are as advertised. Paired with Emotiva mini-x a100 amp. Break in speakers more than 100 hours, sound is clean with sweet highs, clear vocals, and bass is surprisingly good for such a small cabinet. Highly recommended!
The treble and midrange coverage are good and the bass extension is fine for the size ...
KirkFL "gulf fish", Amazon
23 April 2015
Summary: Sorry to say the 220's are not a big improvement over the 10.2 speakers. The treble and midrange coverage are good and the bass extension is fine for the size of the cabinets. For me, the sound stage characteristics are not as good as several speakers in this price range.
Summary: Very pleased with these speakers. They are an excellent value proposition. I bought them straight from music direct and I have them paired with a NAD D3020, which I also got at MD. The two go very well together and the NAD has no trouble at all driving them in my medium/large room.
Summary: I had a listen to these in a specialist hi-fi shop, I have to say these are not as good as my 20 year Mission 780's, compared to these the Diamonds have a flat/wooly bass, a mid-range that seems kinda undefined and a treble that just does not sparkle.
I really love them! I used to have very old 1980s ...
J. Latteur, Amazon
2 May 2008
Summary: I really love them! I used to have very old 1980s B&W DM220 with a Yamaha amp of the same period. When it stopped working we took the opportunity to make much more space in our little cottage and got a B&W Zepplin.