Costing £1000 the Blackwoods are the latest loudspeaker from Electricbeach and use an interesting driver layout. Ian Ringstead takes a listen.

“Electricbeach is a totally new company to myself and it never ceases to amaze me how many audio companies are out there beavering away to pursue their dreams and hopefully entice us the consumers and reviewers into their domain. Steve Jay is the man behind Electricbeach based in Southend and having spoken to him on several occasions he is obviously passionate about his design…”

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