Jamo E 850 Main / Stereo Speaker Floorstanding Speakers

Jamo E 850 Main / Stereo Speaker Floorstanding Speakers 


Refined details in every respect characterize the big speakers in the E 8 series - E 870 and E 850. With the same technical solutions as the more expensive Jamo models, these provide a quality that immediately reveals a wealth of detail in the sound picture that most systems would be hard pressed to match.


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[Nov 09, 2019]


The Jamo E series was made already under Klipsch ownership. And you can hear it! Similar to E855, good looks, great response and imaging, excellent bass for the size of the drivers, affordable! Bass and middle driver have only 14 cm in diameter, but produce decent bass. Overall the sound stage it produces in unbelievable for this kind of speakers and in this price range. Old low price range, entry level (let's say cheap) Jamo speakers were junk. I especially like the tweeters, very clean and good sound, similar to JBL E series where they use studio tweeters with titanuim coating. Middle range is also excellent.


For the price, there is nothing wrong with them at all! They only need a decent subwoofer, not a powerful one, just something to cover lower bass. I use Yamaha SW-P240 which is low cost, low power subwoofer (i know it's really cheap), but works great for music and that is all i need it for. Using better or more powerfull subwoofer would ruin sound stage. Buy them ff you find good ones for low price. You won't be sorry. I did or still do use: Dali AXS 5000, Dali SW8, Jamo E430, Jamo Studio 170, Studio 180, Tannoy Mercury M1 and M3, Infinity Alpha HCS MKII, Infinity Primus HCS, JBL E80, JBL E20, Wharfedale Vardus VR200

Price Paid:
100 €
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