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Epos Acoustics M15.2
2 Reviews
rating  4 of 5
MSRP  1255.00
Description: <ul> <li>Power Handling: 120 Watt</li> <li>Frequency Response: 50 Hz - 20 kHz</li> <li>Impedance: 8 Ohm nominal</li> <li>Sensitivity: 87dB/1W/1m</li> <li>Amplifier Compatibility: 25 - 150 Watt</li> <li>Configuration: 2 Way</li> </ul>


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Shadow9x19 a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: October 4, 2010

Bottom Line:   
When one of my cats decided to destroy one of my Epos M15 speakers (those are the ones with the partially black front) by jumping on top of it and thereby toppling it over, the search for a replacement led me to a brand new, but heavily discounted pair of M15.2s. As I was curious how the newer M15.2 would compare to the older M15, I took them home with me after only a short audition at the seller´s place of business. Normally, one would spend a lot more time in this decision making process, but as I was already very familiar with the M15 I figured it was pretty safe to just take my chances on the M15.2.

After letting the speakers settle for about a week it was time for a more serious listening session. It turned out that my gut feeling was right. The M15.2s are indeed an improvement over their predecessors. This is most apparent in the lower registers of the musical spectrum. Bass response is clear and tight, although it doesn't extend all the way down in the basement. There's only so much bass you can get out of a relatively small box. Mids are very neutral and well defined, making it very easy to listen to speech and vocals. The highs are bright, but not annoyingly so. The M15.2s are capable of producing a wide stereo image, easily extending to about a meter (that's about 3 feet for non-metric types) beyond the speakers. And the detail, oh man! These things are capable of some astonishing resolution! On Diana Krall's "The Girl in the Other Room" you can clearly hear the pedals of the piano being worked. The music is reproduced so convincingly that, when you close your eyes, the musicians are right there with you. Louder music also doesn't scare the M15.2s. On Dream Theater's "Octavarium" you can clearly hear the picks strike the guitar strings. Everything's right, everything's there.

So, am I happy with my Eposses? You bet! For the money you'll be hard pressed to find a better speaker. I even dare say that you have to cough up a significantly larger amount of cash to find something that betters them.

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- Cambridge Audio Azur 540R
- Primaluna Dialogue Two
- Mystere ia21
- Project Tube Box
- Rega Planar 3
- Pioneer DV-565A

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Used product for:   Less than 1 month

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2005

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by douweb a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: April 5, 2010

Bottom Line:   
My Epos es14 surrounds are disintegrating and can't be repaired.
I could buy the epos m15.2 for a steal second hand(e400).
Is hard to give a review because i am used to my epos es14 and i love those very very mutch.
The epos m15.2 give high detailed sound they are dynamic. The bass is not big but its rounded(you can hear differences between different bass sounds). The mids are not as good as in my old epos es14. also i do mis some air in the music. These speakers are no made for big rooms. They are not as good as the es14 in listening to all sorts of music. They are great in female voices but make male voices to smooth and sweet.
They are great for classical and jazzy music, allso they are great for female voices.
All is detailed but too smouth. nothing gets agressive or rough in these speakers.
The epos m15.2 are not forgiving for bad recorded music.
It will not be the loveaffair that i had with the epos es14 but they give enough detail and punch to say these are good speakers.

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Used product for:   Less than 1 month

Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

Product model year:   2006

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