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Dual SVS SB16 and PB16 – Subwoofer Demo

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Jamo S 807 HCS Review

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And if we were rediscovering our soft spot for Jamo following the stereo performance of its S 805 speakers, we’ve grown only fonder having spent a good while in the company of this S 807 HCS package.”

 

 

 

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KEF Q Series Q350 Speaker System Review

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Atmos-enabled speakers are the convenience-over-performance, and therefore not surprisingly the most popular, method of adding height channels to your system. The best effect is achieved by mounting actual height speakers overhead. However, that solution is often unpalatable, so bouncing the higher frequencies of the height signals off the ceiling provides a reasonable sense of elevation in a practical manner. Dolby Labs tells us that Atmos-enabled speakers work best in rooms with a flat, hard ceiling at a height of 8 to 9 feet, though up to 14 is acceptable. Light fixtures, moldings, and vents probably won’t interfere much with the ceiling bounce; vaulted or angled ceilings and acoustic treatments will.”

 

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Focal Dome Flax 5.1 Home Theater Speakers – Hands On Review

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EMOTIVA AIRMOTIV T2 FLOOR STANDING AND C2 CENTER CHANNEL LOUDSPEAKER REVIEW

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“Another thing that impressed me about the T2s was the smooth integration between drivers. There is no audible clue as to where one driver hands off to another. In other words, there is no audible “speed difference” between the drivers. I am particularly impressed with the transition from the cone midrange to the ribbon tweeter. I had expected that the fast tweeter would be audibly distinguishable from the (theoretically) slower midrange cone, but I was mistaken. They seem to blend perfectly.”

 

 

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Klipsch Reference Theater Pack Speaker System Review

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Next, I turned to a live recording of outgoing music director Alan Gilbert leading the New York Philharmonic in Verdi’s Requiem at David Geffen Hall (CD). The recording seemed to soften the venue’s hard string sound, which actually suited the Pack Sats well, enabling them to bring out the natural warmth of the chorus and soloists. One thing the venue and the satellites had in common was excellent low-level resolution, which meant that soft-voiced passages didn’t vanish into the ether “

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