|Money back guarantee (less £30 return carriage) that
our valve amplifiers + our recommended £350 "3 way" speakers
will produce clearer, more realistic, more believable human voices (when there is a loud bass note)
than "2 way" speakers like £1699 Spendor S8 , £624 Dynaudio Audience 52 , £379 Quad 11L ,
£300 B&W DM602 S3 + £1500 AVI Laboratory Series , £550 Roksan Kandy Mk III ,
£1000 Cyrus Pre X + £550 Cyrus SmartPower , £3490 Krell KRC-3 + £11997 Krell FPB400CX
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|If you connect your Hi Fi system to small cheap "multi media" speakers,
used for computers,
you will get a pretty horrible "tinny" sound, with lousy bass.
These "computer" speakers uses tiny 3 inch or 4 inch drive units.
3 inch or 4 inch drive units are too small for "proper" bass.
|The "typical" Hi Fi speaker uses a 5 inch drive unit or 6 inch drive unit.|
|5 inch drive units are too small for decent bass,
so we recommend 6 inch drive units as the ABSOLUTE ABSOLUTE MINIMUM FOR BASS.
|For better bass, we prefer larger, more powerful bass units like
the 10 inch bass units used in our £2,500 "10 inch High End" speakers
or the new £10,000 B&W Nautilus 800
or 12 inch drive units used in our Yamaha NS1000M Studio Monitors
or £7,500 PMC MB-2 used in many recording studios.
|These speakers are expensive, but "High End" speakers HAVE ALWAYS BEEN
Even 50 years ago, "High End" speakers like Tannoy 15 inch "Monitor Gold" in Lancaster cabinets
were so expensive that only the privileged rich could afford them !
I disagree with "What Hi Fi" describing £624 Dynaudio Audience or £1699 Spendor S8 as "High End" !
|However, we appreciate that most people do not have the money for these
and the best compromise we have found is a bargain at a fantastic price of £350.
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