Revival Audio's new Atalante range brings a touch of je ne sais quoi to the retro-speaker renaissance

Revival Audio ATALANTE 5 speakers
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New speaker brand Revival Audio (founded in 2021) has launched its first range of standmounter hi-fi speakers engineered and assembled in France, with a distinctly classic design. The Atalante series includes the bookshelf-sized two-way Atalante 3 and the three-way Atalante 5. The larger model can be standmounted or stood on the floor with a special wooded floor stand included in the box that tilts the cabinet eight degrees for the perfect listening angle.

The Atalante 3 model comprises a 28mm soft-dome tweeter with Revival's ARID (Anti Reflection Inner Dome) technology that the company claims, along with its back-chamber design, can absorb over 95% of unwanted resonances. 

Revival Audio ATALANTE 5 speakers

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Lower frequencies are handled by a 7-inch woofer with lightweight but rigid basalt sandwich construction, which Revival says provides a fast and smooth response and tight bass dynamics. The Atalante 3 has a nominal impedance of 6 Ohms (minimum impedance is 4.4 Ohms at 175Hz) and a claimed frequency response of 44Hz – 22kHz (+/-3db).

With a retro design, the handsome cabinets are finished in a walnut wood veneer, with a belt and knot design and burned logos.

Recommended for rooms sized between 15 to 35 sq metres, the Atalante 3 is priced at €2390 (around £2060 / $2366 / AU$4000) and can be paired with the Revival Audio Stand 3, sold separately at €399 (around £344 / $395 / AU$750).

ATALANTE 5 speakers

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The 3-way Atalante 5 combines a 28mm soft-dome tweeter and 75mm mid-range driver, using ARID technology, with a 12-inch basalt sandwich construction woofer for a frequency response that extends down to 28Hz and crossovers at 450Hz and 3.5kHz.

Recommended for rooms between 30 and 60 sq metres, the Atalante 5 has a nominal impedance of 4 Ohms and a minimum impedance of 3.2 Ohms at 110Hz.

The Atalante 5 cost €4490 (around £3878 / $4445 / AU$8000) per pair, while the dedicated stand is sold separately at €399 (around £344 / $395 / AU$750).

Although official pricing is only available in Euros, Revival Audio ships worldwide. In the EU, prices include VAT with free delivery, while in the UK, prices are non-inclusive of VAT, with free shipping and taxes collected by the courier. For the rest of the world, costs are, again, non-VAT and taxes are managed by the courier.


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Mary is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and has over a decade of experience working as a sound engineer mixing live events, music and theatre. Her mixing credits include productions at The National Theatre and in the West End, as well as original musicals composed by Mark Knopfler, Tori Amos, Guy Chambers, Howard Goodall and Dan Gillespie Sells.