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Wharfedale D330 Review

What Hi-Fi? | 19 Jul 2019 Easy-going and well made entry-level floorstanders To the UK-based audiophile, Wharfedale needs little introduction. The game-changing Diamond speaker series from 1981 still tops the firm’s product list today – albeit in its 11th iteration. But here, we’re testing an even more budget-conscious line in Wharfedale’s arsenal. Compatibility (Image credit: …

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The XR Amplifiers Bring Power and Performance into a New Price Category

Musicgooddeal | 28 Nov 2019   A wide range of amps. The XR3500, XR3000, XR2500, XR1500 and XR800 amplifiers deliver 1000, 700, 500, 330 and 200 watts per channel under 8Ω. They are equipped with XLR connectors, which facilitates cable management and assembly in daisy-chain or during installation in flight cases. They also benefit from …

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Wharfedale Diamond 225 Loudspeaker

By Herb Reichert | Posted: Feb 23, 2017 In the United Kingdom, the first seeds of perfectionism in audio separates were sown by Goodmans Industries, founded in 1925. Then, in 1930, Garrard (est. 1722) produced its first commercial gramophone. Shortly thereafter, England experienced the Great Slump, the British name for the worldwide catastrophe known in the …

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Award Winning Loudspeakers, Without the Need for Bulky Amplifiers and Trailing Wires

Award winning loudspeakers, without the need for bulky amplifiers and trailing wires.  30 Oct 2016 For over 30 years, The Wharfedale Diamond Series has been the go-to speaker for entry level, high-fidelity sound. Praised for articulated performance at an affordable price, Diamond 200 series has won multiple awards, with What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision commenting …

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First Listen: Wharfedale Diamond 10 5.1-Channel Speaker System

by Michael Trei | Oct 11, 2011  It’s been nearly 30 years since Wharfedale launched the original Diamond, a diminutive and unassuming bookshelf model that sold for well south of $200 a pair. Now over five million speakers later, the 10th generation Diamond has mushroomed into a lineup with sixteen separate models, catering to both two-channel and …

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