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Further information: Clearing out some space. Plenty of reviews online. Made in Denmark. Have been used in both 2 Channel set up and a home cinema. Have powered them with a variety of receivers and amps with little fuss. No issues apart from a few marks on the finish (please see photos) Power Handling 150W - 200W Weight 16kg Number of speakers: 4 Impedance: 4 Sensitivity: (dB/W/m): 90.0 Photos:
FOR SALE RARE JAMO R909 REFERENCE OPEN BAFFLE SPEAKERS IN PIANO BLACK A REGRETFUL SALE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL LOOKING AND OPEN AND EFFORTLESS SOUNDING JAMO SPEAKERS THESE SPEAKERS SOUND FANTASTIC ON ALL GENRES OF MUSIC AND HAVE THE MOST REALISTIC SOUNDING BASS THEY HAVE ALWAYS BEEN KEPT IN A SMOKE, PET & CHILD FREE ENVIRONMENT THESE SPEAKERS COME WITH ORIGINAL FRONT & BACK GRILLES, BOXES, PACKING MATERIAL, MANUAL & SPIKE ACCESSORY BOXES SPECIFICATIONS Type .............................................................................................
Further information: Jamo Home Cinema System 7.2.2 or 5.2.4 Atmos setup. You will be impressive of this package. Do research online. Gloss black, easy to have finger print, also easy to clean. See photos. High quality speakers. If purchase the whole package, bonus bunch of speaker cables and pair of speaker support. See photos. A102 x 4 (2-way, 150-20k Hz) 60W each A10s x 4 (Full range, 150-15k Hz) 60W each A10Centre x 1 (2-way, 150-20k Hz) 60W Sub200 x 1 (36-150 Hz) 200W Sub210 x 1 (38-200 Hz) 200W Reference:
I've inherited a pair of Jamo 707i floor standing speakers (in black). I'm looking for a second hand amplifier that will handle them, from what I understand they're a little power hungry! Details below from Hifi Review: "Parameters specifications module of input impedance are quite loyal load for the amplifier: average is 8.6 Ohm, nominal impedance is 3.5 Ohm, standard deviation is +/-3,2 Ohm, maximum is (2 kHz) 16 Om. The setting's frequency of the resonator is 55 Hz. Rated power is 200 W, a valid short-term exposure is to 280 watts. The average sensitivity in the range of 100