This diminutive wireless speaker system promises an “infinite sweet spot”, but Steel is less impressed with the sound than he is its looks and set up simplicity.
Think that B&W’s Zeppelin is the only great wireless speaker system? Gary Steel’s here to tell you that there’s a new beauty in the room, and that the competition just got a whole lot hotter.
Gary Steel loves Martin Logan speakers. He loves that the brand is now available again in NZ. He loves the incredibly nicely priced ElectroMotion ESLs. Below, he blathers on endlessly about them, like a man newly smitten.
How about a stunning diminutive “lifestyle” range that cuts no sonic corners? Gary Steel gets an exclusive audition of the whole range, and asks: ‘Why the heck hasn’t anyone done it quite like this before?’
Andrew Baker reviews the over-performing Concept 40 floorstanding speakers from Q-Acoustics
Cambridge Audio’s Aero 2 standmount speakers boast a high-tech BMR driver covering both midrange and treble duties – they’re reviewed here by Ashley Kramer.
The BT3 wireless stereo speakers from Q Acoustics might be tiny but they pack a punch and sound good too says Ashley Kramer in this review.
Perreaux’s long-awaited venture into loudspeaker territory proves the company’s science is sound. But do science and magic go together? Affirmative, says Gary Steel.
Andy Baker reviews Q Acoustics ground breaking new budget speakers – the Concept 20 standmounts
REL’s little T-Zero subwoofer reviewed by Ashley Kramer
Andrew Baker reviews the tiny Paradigm Signature S1 V3 standmount speakers and is impressed
Ashley Kramer reviews a budget system using Bluetooth as the source and finds not just musical enjoyment but also a stunning set of inexpensive speakers