James Grand Symphonic EMB-62 Bookshelf Speakers

James Grand Symphonic EMB-62 Bookshelf Speakers 


  • Dimensions: 16.5"h X 8.75"w X 10.75"d
  • Frequency response: 50Hz - 22,000Hz +/- 2dB hz
  • Crossover: AFDC 6dB / Octave - variable
  • Minimun Power Requirements: 50-150 Watts RMS


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[May 21, 2007]
Barry Belcher
Audio Enthusiast


Build, Imaging, Detail, and Clarity.


For what I paid for them are you kidding.

All I can say is WOW.! Bought the smaller 32's and loved them so much I began to look for the 62's found them on ebay and nobody bid on them, so I got them really cheap. Still seems nobody is aware how good James loudspeakers are. I put it to you this way, I've bought RBH ,Mirage , Snell, Phase Tech, Axiom, Pinnacle, and other brands. once I bought the James Loudspeakers I stop buying speakers.
The build is the first thing you notice, Heavy as a tank and built like one to. Once you hear them though the clarity of the voices and the detail of the instuments will grab you, and the imaging wil have you hooked. These are a good 1000 dollar speaker, but for what I paid for them used they are a steal. I have 32's as SAT and 62's as mains and I paid less then 300 dollars for the whole set up. I would put it up against systems costing 2000 dollars anytime.. I am a new James loudspeakers fan.

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