You are bidding on a pair of Shindo Lafite speakers in Pau Ferro finish.
These were made to order, purchased from authorized dealer in July 2014.
We are the original owners since new. These pair of speakers have been very well looked after in a non-smoking professional couple’s home with no kids, no pets, and in a well ventilated environment.
With all speakers, reviews always talk about the qualities – however one thing stands out the most amongst all – the utterly life-like performance of these speakers – if you like the sound of this, then these are the ones for you.
From Pitch Perfect Audio: “ Fun, slightly rambunctious, perhaps even a little daring – with gobs of brilliance thrown in for good measure – they are everything you yearned for in an entry point Shindo speaker… and more… “
From Audio Aficionado: “ .. if I had to pick one predominant trait though, it would be lively and invigorating, but that really doesn’t do them justice”
Design brief: An efficient (96db/8Ω) full range Shindo 8″ field coil driver integrated within a unique, carefully tuned cabinet. Beautifully constructed, the field coil driver is Shindo’s own design. The internal Shindo field coil power supply (240V) completes the tidy package.
Dimensions: 365mm(14″) W x 1000mm(39.5″) H x 450mm(17.75″) D
From Audio Aficionado: “The Lafites are an adventure, not a snooze on the beach… There is an incredible energy associated with them.”
So, if you’re still reading, and you would like to go on an adventure, then the Shindo Lafites are the ones for you to discover.
A quote that really resonated with us from Pen to Paper | pitch perfect audio:
“ … Shindo is one of the very few audio manufacturers whose products must be taken on their own, their value not to be determined entirely or even largely by a price/performance ratio nor by comparison with other products along a similar metric. This does not mean that considerations of cost should be banned when thinking about whether to purchase a Shindo product. Quite the contrary; given what they do, Shindo products are, in relative terms, bargains.”