great budget loudspeakers, in my opinion greatest in price category (sorry WhatHiFi). whatever you might know about the previous "concept" series, better forget it. these ones play music. matched with the Xtz integrated, internal amp's dac and Qed speaker cables. hard for any other 1500 euro system to fill a 40sqm room with so much enjoyment.
only issue that they need the more possible distance from side walls.
Absolutely agree. I managed to purchase a 5.0 Zensor set about 2 months ago, with these fabolous Zensor 7s as fronts. Paired with a Denon AVR-1912. I use them in a 25 sqm room.
I first heard them about half a year. It was love at first sight (or for first listening?). I tried several other loudspeakers, some of them were even a bit more expensive, but very few of them was able to approach its performance. What a fantastic loudspeaker!!! Really wide soundstage. Almost as wide as for a Lektor... Beautiful midrange and top end.. Regarding the bass performance: I have no problems either. It is exactly what I needed. Excellent!!!
My Denon can easily drive them, and it is obvious, that they can easily fill even a bigger room.
Regarding home-cinema, I have no complaints either. Excellent 5.0 set!!!
Maybe the price is a bit high in the budget category (for me at least), but after a listen, it will not matter at all...
And their look... Really few speakers are so elegant and beautiful. Every time I look at them, I just have a smile on my face.
They are absolutely worth a listen before buying any kind of speaker!
they say the bass could do with more control, if I had a more powerful and controlled amp, would this correct this issue?
yes, the better drive abilities of an amp - the better authority and control in mid-low and low freqs
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