The £995 TR-5 S2 loudspeaker has already been extensively reviewed by other hifi magazines over the years since its introduction, so why is Hifi Pig reviewing them now I hear you ask?  Dominic Marsh will explain.

“The real star of this show is without doubt the ribbon tweeter that Roksan have incorporated into the design and sets it well above the herd.  Ribbon tweeters are not cheap and I would imagine specifying these for a sub-£1,000 speaker was not a decision taken lightly by Roksan, nor was having a piano gloss finish as standard either, but that is not within the remit of my review to ponder over and I set to task myself how it sounded as a package.”


Read the full review of the Roksan TR-5 S2 Loudspeaker


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