What Hi-Fi? Awards 2021 winner. Wharfedale delivers movie magic on a small scale.
The Wharfedale Diamond 12.3 aren’t quite budget speakers, but they offer a great performance for an affordable price.
British Hi-Fi Week Wharfedale’s Elysian 4 deliver a muscular yet civilised performance at a hugely aggressive price.
IAG's Director of Acoustic Design, Peter Comeau, takes us for a behind the scenes look at the company's Huntingdon test room.
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Wharfedale new-look Diamond 12 range of loudspeakers features six new models. Prices start at £199 ($299/AU$599).
Subtle treble and full-bodied bass all tied up in a budget-friendly package – but lacking a little dynamic detail.
The Elysian 2 standmounts and Elysian 4 floorstanders share design elements with the award-winning EVO4 range.
The latest in a long line of fine budget speakers, the D310s offer a decent sound for their price and size.
Wharfedale’s D320 speakers may not be part of the company’s Diamond range, but they share much of the same DNA.
Wharfedale has brought its iconic 1960s speaker up to date, with a new version arriving on UK shores later this year.
Sitting above the legendary Diamond range, the new Evo 4 range aim to set a new bar at a budget price.