Dan Worth takes a listen to the Russell K Red 50 standmount loudspeakers costing from £975.

“I say ‘come on Russ we are going to have to push’ and out we get. So now imagine the scene, it’s pouring with rain, freezing cold, slippery and muddy, there’s a black and blue manufacturer and a blind man trying to push a van out of its muddy ditch – Monday bloody Monday’s! Could we get free, could we hell, so Russ and Dom swap roles and finally we break free of natures grasp. Russ will argue that it was due to his driving skills but personally I think it was down to Dominic’s brute strength!…”

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