Quad has added a couple of floorstanding loudspeakers to their Classic L range of speakers.

The two new models are the L 23L and the 25l and both use Kevlar drivers and a downward firing bass radiator.

The 23L is 92.5cm high with a 2.5cm fabric dome tweeter and 12.5cm drivers for mids and bass. The downward firing radiator is 16.5cm.

The 25L is the bigger of the two new models and stand 112.5cm tall, has 12.5cm drivers for mid duties and a pair of 16.5cm units for the bass. The downward firing bass radiator is 20cm. The 25L shares the same tweeter as its smaller sibling.

Prices are £1300 to £2200 depending on finish.


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