- Written by Staff
- Published on 20 December 2007
Cain & Cain makes these speakers, which are sensitive enough to be powered by very small amplifiers, like the Tri monoblocks shown below which output around 7 watts each.
They also showed these cute little speakers with a subwoofer to match.
In the Lyngdorf room, there were some ceiling-high speakers that were shaped like a megaphone. The idea was that the sound is very focused and has less effects due to the room than conventional speakers.
Here are the Lyngdorf source components. They specialize in room correction.
These VMPS ribbon speakers were being driven by Eastern Electric M156 Monoblock power amplifiers. So, now you can see that an observable trend is towards large speakers.
Here are some Studio Electric speakers, being driven by an Art Audio Vivo power amplifier. A Redpoint turntable is the source, shown in close-up view below.
The actual color is more of a red than the purple in this photo.
You can have not only your speakers in wood finish, but your source components as well, from Reference Audio Mods.
Even though round speakers may not be spouse-friendly, they do make a difference in the sound by reducing standing waves. These are Proclaim Audioworks DMT-100s.
Daedalus makes some very attractive speaker designs, shown here. Powered by Art Audio.
These very interesting-looking speakers have the tweeter on the outside of the grille. A close-up of the turntable is shown below. I sure wish I hadn't taken that set of Beethoven's Works on LPs to the Good Will 20 years ago.