Aurum Cantus Supreme Floorstanding Speakers

5/5 (1 Reviews) MSRP : $14999.00

Product Description

  • Description: 3-way, 5 unit
  • Frequency Response: 25Hz-40kHz
  • Dispersion: Horizontal off axis 30°,-3dB
  • Sensitivity: 90dB/W/M

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by andypham001 a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: December 21, 2005

Bottom Line:   
I have owned and listened to lots and lots of other speaker manufacture such as Martin Logan Prodigy, Magnepan MG20, Piega C10 limited, B&W 801 Nautilus but non of these can compare to the Aurum Cantus Supreme in term of detail and coherence. There is a measure of air, openness and detail I have not quite experienced with any other speaker under $20000 that is not a fatiguing "hi-fi" kind of sound but relaxed with refinement and control and altogether true to the music. If you are an audiophile or music lover who has always loved the special sound of electrostatics, ribbons and similar speaker systems but despair at the lack of dynamics, low bass or unacceptable union with dynamic woofers in hybrid versions, then take heart, the Aurum Cantus Supreme has solved the problem! It is not a ribbon dipole but these unique ribbon drivers (G1) have the best of what is so coveted with this technology and they are married to fast proprietary woofers with excellent lows, midbass and dynamics. The Supreme is glorious music at its best, the kind of speaker that makes you forget about audio, video, demo records, high-end, home-theater, etc., and just sit back and enjoy!

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Used product for:   3 Months to 1 year

Duration Product Used:   AudioPhile

Product model year:   2005

Price Paid:    $15000.00

Purchased At:   Kellsie AV Design

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