Scott Nangle the Scotland based hifi retailer has announced they will be stocking the Stirling Broadcast BBC Monitors.LS35a V2 Cherry pr_0

The new Stirling BBC LS3/5a (V2) is designed by Stirling Broadcast and made in England to meet the exacting requirements of the BBC LS3/5a specification. This version uses the new Stirling SB4424 + SB4428 drivers, and a hi-grade ‘SuperSpec’ crossover, all housed in thin-walled ‘Reference’ matched veneer cabinets. The cabinets feature 9-mm birch plywood construction, removable veneered rear panel, fitted with double layers of bituminous pads. These cabinets are modeled after the famous LS3/5a serial number 001/002 pair. The ‘legendary’ sonic character of the original LS3/5a has been retained, with the new model having the added benefit of a five-year warranty and the assurance of the future availability of spare parts.

 

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