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darock darock
Published on 08/28/06 at 13:41
Value For Money : Excellent
I have this beautiful pair of speakers for 3 years and I never tire yet.
They are great. A real audiophile quality for an affordable price (300 euros).

They may not have potatoes and mediums of Dynaudios hyper defined, but for the price they are terrible.

The highs are wonderful purity, natural, gentle and low, surprising for a bookshelf.
The overall sound is very natural (linear + or - 2 dB), perfect for reproducing sound recordings and classical music. They are, moreover, never tired, so they are soft.

In short, I love these speakers. Coupled with my amp Micromega A-60 and my turntable Thorens TD150 mk II is a real treat. They richly deserve their Diapason d'Or.

I put 10 for the price / quality ratio. Of course, the Dynaudio or B & W give best results, but it's not the same price.
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