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Pacific Audio Fest --- Bargain Best of the Show
|Posted on August 2, 2022 at 11:51:30|
Location: So. California
Joined: March 1, 1999
Since: March 1, 1999
These speakers are similar to the AudioEngne products with the little one being 7.5H x 4.75"W x 7.75"D and the big boy, 10"H x 6.5"W x8"D. Both speakers use an aluminum cone woofer along with a passive radiator and 1" aluminum dome tweeter. Woofers are 5.25" and 4" for the little brother.
Both speakers are a 2 way bi-amped with inputs including bluetooth, USB audio, optical and analog inouts. A DSP is included to automatically handle any sub. The big boy also adds bass, mid and treble controls on the back.
Bass is actually so good, a sub really isn't a 'have to' add on.
In a word, FANTASTIC sound. If you need computer speakers, buy them for high end audio. Or put them in the garage and use your phone via bluetooth.
Prices are $400 for the small one and $600 for the big boy.
Better yet, buy them by August 14th and save 10% off with free shipping.
|RE: Pacific Audio Fest --- Bargain Best of the Show, posted on August 2, 2022 at 18:41:23|
Joined: August 2, 2002
|Agree - heard them at the Florida Audio Expo a couple of years back and now use the Tranparent One Encores on my main PC.|
|RE: Pacific Audio Fest --- Bargain Best of the Show, posted on August 3, 2022 at 02:54:23|
alan m. kafton
Joined: April 7, 2000
|If memory serves Vanatoo first showed at T.H.E. SHOW in Irvine, Ca several years ago, and still brings amazing sound in a small very affordable package. I believe Adam Goldfine reviewed them for Positive Feedback at that time.|
|I loved the Vanatoo 2.1 system. nt, posted on August 3, 2022 at 06:51:32|
Location: Washington, DC Metro Area
Joined: November 16, 2004
Since: December 0, 0000