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ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 Bookshelf Speakers Pair
Build Quality, Sound, and Looks Converge in the ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 Bookshelf Loudspeaker: Andrew Jones Design Features New Waveguide, Woofer, Bracing, and More
The ELAC Debut Reference DBR62 bookshelf speaker has no small aims. It sets out to provide audio fidelity (and stylish looks) that will change the way you think about hearing music in your home, all for a cost often associated with mass-market models anonymously assembled with cheap off-the-shelf parts. The lofty goals owe to Debut Reference DBR62's inspired pedigree, with its genesis originating with ELAC's original Debut Series. Engineer Andrew Jones was thrilled with the groundbreaking line.
Wharfedale EVO 4.1 Bookshelf Speakers Pair
Versatile Performance for Dedicated Listening and Home-Theater Applications: High-Value Wharfedale EVO 4.1 Bookshelf Loudspeaker Plays with Boldness, Heft, and Coherency
What happens when flagship audio technology trickles down to far more affordable designs? You get gear such as Wharfedale's overachieving EVO 4.1, a high-value two-way bookshelf loudspeaker that produces the kind of big, bold sound you'd expect from a much larger model. In music applications, EVO 4.1's silky-smooth tweeter and responsive bass driver deliver hours of fatigue-free listening. And EVO 4.1's transient response remains quick enough to deliver the sonic complexity rendered by a top-flight home-theater system.
Wharfedale Linton 85th Anniversary Bookshelf Speakers Pair
There's No Expiration Date on Vintage Style and Sound: Three-Way Wharfedale Linton Loudspeakers Feature Eight-Inch Woofer and Play with Elevated Openness and Taut Bass
When you look at the Wharfedale Linton loudspeaker, it's impossible not to sense the legacy of natural-sounding tradition, marvel at the classy styling, and smell the hand-veneered cabinets. One of the most iconic models in the British manufacturer's history, and one that dates back to 1965, the updated Linton retains its predecessor's warm, rich disposition while also offering an elevated degree of open, detailed playback that make it a modern classic. Featuring an eight-inch Kevlar woofer, five-inch Kevlar midrange, and one-inch soft-dome tweeter, the Stereophile Class B Recommended Linton exudes timeless audiophile sound, looks, and character.
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