Canton NESTOR 303 Bookshelf Speaker Bookshelf Speakers

NESTOR 303 Bookshelf Speaker

Canton introduces its 2 Way Bookshelf Speakers the Nestor 303. This product features 80 watts of maximum power, a stylish black finish, and a pair of 2-way bass reflex Nestor 303 Speakers.

User Reviews (4)

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charne   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 27, 2007]
Strength:

Balanced sound -- great for all kinds of music.

Weakness:

bass is as good as it can be in such a small bookshelf system -- this was helped by adding a sub to the system.

This is a follow-up review after three years of life with these speakers. They are still being used in my office; still part of a two channel system; still being powered by my Kenwood VR-6050 receiver. I am still very happy with them! Since I posted my last review, I did wire in a low cost sub into the system.

Customer Service

no need -- these are reliable

Similar Products Used: none in the last three years -- and I am not looking
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
charne   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 22, 2004]
Strength:

Great balance - very satisfying sound; satisfactory bass for a small bookshelf system; smooth all across the audio frequency spectrum. Makes it a joy to listen to music!

Weakness:

Bass could be more pronounced -- but that is impossible in so small a system. Some day I may add a subwoofer.

Small bookshelf speakers which I integrated into a 2-channel office audio system. I listen to all kinds of music from classics to opera to popular from jazz to blues to country to r&b. These are excellent balanced full sounding speakers. They won't make the earth move; but for use in my office, powered by a Kenwood VR-6050 receiver, they are great!

Similar Products Used: These systems replaced a pair of Design Acoustics bookshelf speakers that I bought from J&R Music World in New York. DA was a small Canadian manufacturer that went bust some years ago. They were good speakers but the Cantons are a definate upgrade to my ears.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
charne   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 22, 2004]
Strength:

Great balance - very satisfying sound; satisfactory bass for a small bookshelf system; smooth all across the audio frequency spectrum. Makes it a joy to listen to music!

Weakness:

Bass could be more pronounced -- but that is impossible in so small a system. Some day I may add a subwoofer.

Small bookshelf speakers integrated into a 2-channel office audio system. I listen to all kinds of music from classics to opera to popular from jazz to blues to country to r&b. These are excellent balanced full sounding speakers. They won't make the earth move; but for use in my office, powered by a Kenwood VR-6050 receiver, they are great!

Similar Products Used: These systems replaced a pair of Design Acoustics bookshelf speakers that I bought from J&R Music World in New Dork. DA was a small Canadian manufacturer that went bust some years ago. They were good speakers but the Cantons are a definate upgrade to my ears.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
psv psv   Audiophile [Nov 16, 2001]
Strength:

clear super audiophile the best for money youcan

Weakness:

I not found

very good all that like I think it the best you can paid

Similar Products Used: nad c540 int.luxman
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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