The A.R.T Stilleto 6 V3-S speakers cost £3500 which seems very reasonable for their size, fit and finish. Janine Elliot hooks them up to her system to put them through their paces. 

“Art Loudspeakers are a Scottish company from Troon on the west coast about 8 miles north of Ayr, founded in 1998 and run by Derek and Ramsay Dunlop. The name Dunlop should be familiar to the more matured audiophile who remembers the first Systemdek turntable in the 1980’s. Originally produced by Peter Dunlop the iconic IIX is now being manufactured by Audionote, but the legacy of his original company has come back to life again with sons Derek and Ramsay now creating two new three-point-suspended turntables and producing a range of speakers. The Stiletto, up for review here, is the cheapest of the range, though still looking very top-notch and with a modest price tag of £3500”.

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