629 Euros for a nicely finished three way floorstanding pair of loudspeakers seems a very attractive proposition. Dominic Marsh finds out if the Melodika BL40 Mk2 Loudspeakers from Poland can cut the mustard. “This is yet another loudspeaker that originates from Poland and it is one in quite a long list of components that have been sourced from that country to be reviewed by Hifi Pig.  I recall reviewing a set of Melodika Purple Rain speaker cables some time ago and they impressed me with their quality and pricing, so I was no stranger to their products.  Watch out world, the Polish hifi industry are becoming a force to be reckoned with…”

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