DynaudioContour 3.3usedDynaudio Contour 3.3Local Pickup Dynaudio Contour 3.3No original boxes Tweeters Damaged need replacement Don't know age Tested and working Local pickup available (preferable)Shipping paid by buyer Pulled from stora...850.00

Dynaudio Contour 3.3 [Expired]

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  • Local Pickup 

  • Dynaudio Contour 3.3

  • No original boxes  

  • Tweeters Damaged need replacement 

  •  Don't know age  

  • Tested and working 

  • Local pickup available (preferable)

  • Shipping paid by buyer 

  • Pulled from storage 

  • Sold as is 

  • Shipping Insurance will be required 

No original Boxes, They both work, Age not known 

Damage in both tweeters 

All details in pictures !!

Description: Three-way, floor standing dynamic loudspeaker. 

Drive-units: 1.1" cloth-dome tweeter; one MSP-cone 5.25" midrange unit driven by a 38mm aluminum voice-coil and a dual-magnet system; two 8" MSP-cone woofers driven by a 4" aluminum-wire voice-coil in conjunction with dual magnets. 

Crossover: first-order, 6dB/octave. 

Crossover frequencies: 350Hz, 2.3kHz. 

Frequency response: 26Hz-24kHz, ±3dB. 

Sensitivity: 89dB/W/m. 

Impedance: 4 ohms nominal, 3.2 ohms minimum.

Finishes: wood veneers 

Dimensions: 46.7" H by 8.7" W by 14.4" D. Weight: 80 lbs each.

Price: $6999/pair. Approximate number of dealers: 45.

Manufacturer: US distributor: Dynaudio North America, 3043 N. Rose St., Franklin Park, IL 60131. Tel: (847) 288-1767. Fax: (847) 288-1853. Web: www.dynaudio.com 

Stereophile in their review said: 

It is not what the speaker says, but who he is, that gives weight to eloquence.—Euripides

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At $7000/pair, the Dynaudio Contour 3.3 is not an inexpensive loudspeaker. But it's so natural throughout most of its frequency range that it deserves to be auditioned by anyone listening for a high-end reference monitor. In that context, it might even be considered a bargain.

It does require an amp capable of seizing control over it, preferably at least 100Wpc, but it should surprise no one that a speaker capable of superior performance requires high-quality associated components. And not everyone will be please with the leanish—but, I maintain, quite accurate—bass character, or the speaker's tendency to close down at lower sound levels.

The Dynaudio Contour 3.3 does so much right that it's joined a handful of loudspeaker designs I consider truly special. Its balance of strengths—tonal neutrality, dynamic expression, and taut, unexaggerated bottom end—is so in keeping with my sensibilities that I could happily stop reviewing and settle down with a pair—if not for life, then for a long, very happy exploration of my record collection. You might consider doing the same.

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