It’s not only the most expensive products that stand out at show and this was made abundantly clear in the Audiovector room. Driven by an admittedly expensive Gryphon Audio amplifier these speakers, which have a layer of concrete applied after the cabs are finished sounded wonderfully musical and with very impressive bass response for their size. I’m a sucker for a ribbon tweeter too and these certainly didn’t disappoint in the treble frewuencoes either. Thanks for the beer by the way!



Vitus Audio, the more observant readers will have noted that name earlier in this article, along with Goebel speakers was another refined and yet powerful sounding room. Certainly not cheap but true high end audio.


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