Kralk Audio are a small company headed up by Alan Clark and based in the North of England. The Elite 2s are a standmount speaker with an off board crossover and cost £2500. Ian Ringstead fires them up. 

“About 2 years ago I reviewed the original Elite which I had seen at the Whittlebury National Audio Show. I’d seen them in Alan’s, the owner of Kralk, room along with the BC30 and I was fascinated by their design and external crossovers. When I reviewed them, I loved their sound and it has been a successful model in Alan’s repertoire of products. Alan is not a man to rest on his laurels though and he soon decided to embark on an upgrade for the Elite. This entailed improved drive units and superb quality components for the crossovers…”

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