Ian Ringstead comes over a bit Austin Powers when he gives the British made Ophidian Mojo loudspeakers, which cost £995, a listen.
“Walking into the Ophidian room I was greeted by a very impressive sound and at first thought it was coming from the larger floor standing speakers until I realised it was these tiny stand mount units called Minimos. These are the babies of the M series range which comprises of three models – Minimo, Mojo and Mambo. The Mojo is a larger stand mount unit and the Mambo a slim floor stander”.MOJO-angle2
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