Krell Resolution C Center Channels

Krell Resolution C Center Channels 


  • Two 8" woofers
  • Frequency response : 53 Hz-20 kHz-3 dB@ 48 Hz and 22 kHz-6 dB @ 40 Hz and 30 kHz
  • Sensitivity: 89 dB SPL with 2.83 V @ 1 M
  • Nominal Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Dimensions: (WxHxD) 32.0 x 12.3 x 16.7 in. 81.3 x 31.2 x 42.4 cm


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[Feb 10, 2019]


I am nuts and to prove it I bought 2 of these at different times. One is Cherry and the other is black Walnut that matches the pair of my Resolution sats sitting in another system. Most people are buying these as centers but I bought them as Left/Right front speakers that now sit on their ends. They are in a 20' x 20' room, with each sitting on a single Salamander Design Synergy 30 Single. To isolate them from any wood to wood interaction they sit on thick rubber washers. They are used a a midrange tweeter midrange configuration that can generate an abnormal amount of highly accurate air pressure with great sound, my estimate is in the 120s of dbs if your amplifier is massive and can push alot of current down to two ohms. With this setup, you don't need a subwoofer and they are about the same height as the current 65' 16x9 TVs. I would say that they have a better frequency response as my other center a vintage 4' wide Martin Logan Logos. The way that I am using them, they have few real world weaknesses other than..... System components additionally includes a Krell multi-channel pre, a custom Yamaha multi-channel amp with balanced connections for 7 channels, Sony 65" LCD, Sony Blue-Ray, Krell 250/2 CD player, two Furman power strips, triple wide Salamander Synergy, pair of TV Pioneer Elite Kuros used as centers, etc. Which is my 3rd hi-end audio /video system of 6. Number 1 and 2 use the Infinity IRS Betas as mains, number 4 uses the Infinity IRS Deltas ....


These massive speakers only weaknesses , is that they don't go down to 15Hz like a sub (which few people would expect : In two of my other systems I have two sets of Infinity IRS Betas that can push 15HZ in the 120s of dbs. The next weakness is that they feel like they are made of lead and weigh about the minimum of a Krell amp , about 100 lbs each. The third is that I think they were retailed about $4500 - $5500 each, which is more than double the price of my Logos. And a nit... I don't know why Krell added extra binding posts (for bi-amping or bi-wiring), and I just use the supplied jumpers.

Price Paid:
1500 each
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