I really like these speakers. They are ideal for a bedroom or dorm room HT system. At 6 ohms, they are easily powered. They are not a "Big Name" but have developed a following due to their designer, Phil Jones.
Hi-Fi Review reports:
"In an extensive E-series center channel speakers AAD E-44C differs from universal caliper E-44 only magnetically shielded speakers. Thus, supported the idea of a homogeneous theater, built by an acoustically equivalent elements. Very carefully executed exterior finish. Look pretty high speaker branded stands (ES-01 - option). Center to the rack through a groove on the block terminals. Harmonic distortion is moderate and slightly increases with increasing volume. Note slight tendency to increase the sensitivity with increasing frequency.
With piety refers to the center of the high frequencies: slightly increasing their role, it provides with a very good level of detail. The resulting increase brightness and contrast does not interfere with the adequate perception of sound material. Dynamic resource system in the lower part of the spectrum gives potential treble that much on episodes with a sharp increase in the amplitude and manifests itself in some leveling-scale events, but to audible distortion is not reached. Theater with E-44C in the center is better to build on the shelf acoustics, making little emphasis on high frequencies."
Frequency Reponse 70 Hz - 22,000 Hz
Sensitivity 90 db
Impedance 6 ohms
Dimentions HWD- 15.75 x 4.25 x 6.69 inches
To my ear, they have a sound similar to B&W with just a more shallow. They are accurate and detailed.
One of these speakers has a defect where the box and grill attach. Not noticable from any distance.
I am a hobbiest and am moving soon, so need to sell ASAP. I have been on AG forever and have a perfect reputation.
Thanks for looking and please see my other "sad to sell" items.
Ed from shaqspack
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