I recently purchased the Yamaha NS B901 Soavo book shelf speakers from Clef HiFi for $999 (RRP $2399) with free delivery. I was impressed with the floorstanding F901. The B901s have basically the same mid/bass and tweeter. Awesome looking and sounding speakers. I think the soavos are significantly under rated, most people want UK speakers but I can assure you the build quality from Indonesia is first class plus the range has 10years warranty. When I first hooked them up they sounded a bit bright but after several hours of use, the clarity and accuracy is simply superb. In a large room, they probably need a sub woofer. I'm using them with a Yamaha A-S700 in a small room and they have ample bass.
"Price Reduced" Vintage audiophile loudspeakers made in the UK between 1981 to 1985 These speakers are rarely offered for sale. The 8 inch bass drivers have a laminated fiber/ploymer composition providing far less resonance. The 1 inch tweetter is the same unit used in the high end B&W 801 studio reference monitor. Specifications: Type: 2 way, 2 driver loudspeaker system Frequency Response: 70Hz to 20kHz Recommended Amplifier: 10 to 100W Impedance: 8Ω Sensitivity: 87dB Bass: 1 x 160mm cone Tweeter: 1 x 26mm polyester weave dome Enclosure: sealed Finish: teak Dimensions: 504 x 254 x 254mm Weight: 9.3kg These are truly superb speakers that are ideal for vinyl lovers. The drivers are in excellent condition. There is some slight discolouration on the veneer under the covers and a little bit of wear on the cloth corners on the top but really not that bad considering their age. Selling because I now mainly listen to digital music and I have recently purchased new smaller bookshelf speakers. Photos:
Thanks I did actually think of that and staining some timber but I like the piano gloss. I'll see if there is anyone up for a swap, if not I'll give it a go. $416 plus delivery for a new set is just not feasible.
This is most likely the first and last time you will see wooden side panels for an amplifier advertised on this forum. I am putting it out there to see if anyone with Black Piano Gloss side panels on their A-S1100 or A-S2100 amplifier would like to swap to Natural Birch Wood. I didn't realise how expensive they are to replace The birch wood side cheeks complement the silver amplifiers (but perhaps no so much on black) When I bought the amp, you didn't have the choice of black on silver So if you want to change the look of your amp, drop us a line Pictures below, they are in perfect condition
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