Ian Ringstead tries out the £3200 Ophidian Audio Prophet P2 Loudspeakers. 

“Readers of Hifi Pig will be aware that I am no stranger to Ophidian Audio loudspeakers having reviewed two previous models in the M series range, the Minimo and Mojo. Gareth James the designer and owner of Ophidian had expressed his desire to create a more upmarket range last year when we had met and earlier this year at the Bristol show he showed the fruits of his labours. The smaller P1, a stand mount model was demoed and showed great promise. Then at the North West Audio show in June I saw and heard the P2 on review here. They sounded great and Gareth promised me the first option to try them out…”

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