“Legacy Calibre is Stunningly Great & So Much Fun To Listen To!”- Review Part 2
Review Date: September 2018
Publication: The Audio Beatnik
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Related Product(s): Calibre
Jack at The Audio Beatnik dives deeper in the conclusion of his 2 part review... "The Calibre produced the kind of imaging and soundstage specificity I expect from a world-class mini-monitor but with a wonderfully voluptuous sound."
"They had an ability to produce a reach-out-and-touch-me soundstage like I had never heard before or since in my house."
"The 4-inch AMT tweeter was very transparent and detailed without being edgy or harsh. The superb top-end has some great benefits. To start with, it enables the treble of instruments to sound very beautiful with natural air around strings and horns. It has been my experience that a well-extended top-end also helps with the spatial cues of instruments and voices."
"The bottom-end was quick, fast, nimble and very accurate. These qualities allowed the bass transients in the lower range to have details seldom heard other than in live music. Their leading edge was as good as I have heard from any speaker, and they have wonderful bloom, air and decay when playing bass instruments."
"Wasserman’s bass sounded lifelike with quick fingering, beautiful bowing and wonderful tone. It was not only the bass that sounded better. Cheryl Bentyne’s voice on “Angel Eyes” was as dynamic and voluptuous as I have ever heard it from a multi-driver speaker with a crossover, which covers probably 99% of all commercially available speakers."
"Legacy Audio Calibre Speakers are simply outstanding and most of all, they are so much fun to listen to!"
"You get an extremely musically involving and satisfying speaker. It’s not just a great speaker for its size, it’s a stunningly great speaker and, if not a great bargain, it is an incredible value.
"I could not recommend a speaker more highly for a two-channel stereo system or a home theater system."
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