Ian Ringstead has reviewed Polish manufacturer TAGA’s more budget oriented loudspeakers previously, this time he takes a listen to their Harmony Diamond B60 Loudspeakers which cost £1610.

I had already reviewed the TAV616F SE speakers and was so impressed that I asked TAGA if I could review one of their flagship models. The result is this model the Diamond B 60 stand mount. TAGA pride themselves in producing superb value for money products so I was keen to see what they could do with a bigger budget. I wasn’t disappointed.

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