A month or so ago we published a review of the RDacoustic Evolution speaker, a back loaded, single driver horn loudspeaker. Here we have the latest model from the Czech company in the form of the €8790 Euphoria.

“The Euphoria is an interesting looking speaker as it combines an eight inch full range driver with a fifteen inch ported woofer. The woofer has a knob for both sensitivity and bass so you can tailor it to your room and your preferences and whilst this Beymer unit is crossed over (obviously), the full range driver is run fully open. Essentially this is a two box design with the cabinets for each driver being separate…”

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