Infinity Systems ENTRA TWO Floorstanding Speakers

ENTRA TWO

  • Frequency Response (±3dB): 50Hz - 20,000Hz
  • Recommended Power Amplifier Range: 15 - 125 watts
  • Sensitivity (2.83V @ 1m): 90dB
  • Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
  • Low-Frequency Driver: 6 1/2" (165mm) C.M.M.D., magnetically shielded
  • Crossover Frequency: 2500Hz; 24dB/octave
  • High-Frequency Driver: 3/4" (19mm) C.M.M.D., magnetically shielded
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 31 3/4" x 8 1/2" x 9 3/4" (806mm x 216mm x 248mm)
  • Weight: 24 lb (11kg)

User Reviews (4)

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DEE   Audio Enthusiast [Mar 08, 2008]
Strength:

ideal for front surround speakers, you can hear all the effects

Weakness:

flat audio, bass is distorted

works well as front surround speakers, very sharp. For normal audio, music is a bit flat, but what can you expect for the price, these are lower end models.

Similar Products Used: yamaha book shelf
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2
VALUE
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4
mbbuchanan   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 14, 2008]
Strength:

Great mid and treble accuracy good imaging pretty good staging and above average fit n' finish for entry level speakers( adjustable, reversible spikes, that's pretty cool)

Weakness:

God hath no fury, port hole blasting, wall bouncing , need one more driver in the cabinet for natural,boom boomy bass.

I purchased these from a guy on craigs list for $100.00. Along with the Entra two's for my 100 bucks I also received the matching center channel and the Entra 1 rear book shelf speakers, all in mint condition I might add. The book shelves on their own are more than capable of being main speakers in a two channel or multi channel system and I have them in my bed room for my turn table and computer listening. Basically the book shelves and the towers are the same driver arrangement( one 6 1/2 c.m.m.d woofer and a 3/4 inch tweeter, also c.m.m.d), except that the towers have a much larger cabinet. These are actually really good speakers as far as ridiculous and ruthless clarity and spot on imaging and tonal accuracy go. The bass is the weak link in these speakers though, not do to a lack of, but the exact opposite,too much port created bass and not enough real natural bass. For movies in a smallish room these speakers are great sans sub woofer because they create great boom. For music however, it's just a bit too much. I would have to venture that if you were willing to seal the port and then add a decent sub woofer you would have a pretty formidable two channel, or multi channel set-up. I have always been impressed with the C.M.M.D drivers that Infinity has employed in their speakers for the last several years now. These drives to me, are some of the most accurate on the market in the midrange and treble and when put in a superior cabinet with woofer created bass, not ported bass, are the recipe for some serious music fidelity. Any how before this becomes a long ramble these speakers image very well, and sound stage pretty good too.I think this is due to the rigid C.M.M.D cones. Others reviewers on here I noticed didn't agree with me on the sound staging but for me at least in my set up in my room they are quite accurate. Build quality is actually pretty good when referring to rigidness of cabinets and fit n' finish. Really my only complaint would be that they only come in that generic black ash finish every one else uses, but I didn't buy them new so I have nothing to complain about.They even have adjustable spikes that reverse to protect you're hardwood floors. When looking at these speakers you need to keep in mind that these were meant to be entry level speakers for Infinity(hence the moniker Entra) and all the goodies went to their Interlude big brother and on up the price range. So really, for an entry level speaker that sold for $300.00 to $400.00 a pair- brand new- I say, well done Infinity.

Customer Service

good i guess. The guy I bought them from(craigs list) seemed pretty nice ;)

Similar Products Used: all sorts of Infinity and Polk, Kef and all the rest of the mid-fi stuff that makes snobby-ass audiophiles turn up their collective noses.
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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
warrenloeffelholz   Audio Enthusiast [Apr 12, 2004]
Strength:

Nice sound throughout a wide range. Attractive case.

Weakness:

Not large enough drivers to power a party alone. Would work great with a big sub.

These speakers sound great when used as fronts, or rears, in dolby digital playback. The bass is a little weak for wide open stereo playback, but the sound is always clear. These were purchased to be my future rear channel speakers, when more funds are available for some kick ass towers, and they will fit the part perfectly. Great speakers.

Similar Products Used: audiosphere research, JBL, Pro-Linear
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
warrenloeffelholz   Audio Enthusiast [Apr 12, 2004]
Strength:

Nice sound throughout a wide range. Attractive case.

Weakness:

Not large enough drivers to power a party alone. Would work great with a big sub.

These speakers sound great when used as fronts, or rears, in dolby digital playback. The bass is a little weak for wide open stereo playback, but the sound is always clear. These were purchased to be my future rear channel speakers, when more funds are available for some kick ass towers, and they will fit the part perfectly. Great speakers.

Similar Products Used: audiosphere research, JBL, Pro-Linear
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
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