NHT T6 Floorstanding Speakers

T6

The T6 combines the Evolution M6 monitor with its own sonically and stylisically matched powered subwoofer, the Evolution B6 bass module. This tower configuration employs four 12" woofer drivers, combining high aesthetic value and full range response -- with output levels required to fill larger spaces -- in one package.

User Reviews (3)

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Eric Shoup   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 10, 2003]
Strength:

Bass, treble, mid-range, Midbass. The anthracite finish is beautiful and matches my Elite racks and Sony big screen.

Weakness:

Could be a little taller, but hey, I like big speakers.

Holy Moley do these things smoke my old VT-2s. More detail and a much broader soundstage. The sound just fills the space as opposed to sounding like it is coming from the middle area. Well constructed and absolutely gorgeous.

Similar Products Used: Paradigm, NHT, Infinity.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
csan10   AudioPhile [Jun 17, 2003]
Strength:

Balanced neutral sounding excellent detail mids and bass extension.

Weakness:

Large speaker may look inapprorptiate in small room

I have always had and loved NHT speakers. They have always been very true to timbre, neutral with excellent detail and low-end. An excellent allround speaker with no specific weakness. I purchased my T6 (selling my 2.9's) and immidately out of the box noticed an improved soundstage with incredible detail and instruments exactly were they ought to be. The bass was extremely tight and extended the mids were tight with drums sounding close to live and best of all the whole speaker was very balanced and neutral nothing was disproportionate and no ear wear what so ever could listen to all day. To boot these are very beautiful speakers and I would always have visitiors inquiring about them

Similar Products Used: NHT 2.9, 3.3 Martin Logan, B&W 803's
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Blaine   Audio Enthusiast [Dec 16, 2002]
Strength:

Imaging, dynamics, clarity,

Weakness:

Damn lucky I don't have a wife. That finish isn't for everybody and it's the only choice.

Have always been fond of NHT's value for the dollar, but these things blew my mind when I heard them. I've heard speakers that were twice as much money that weren't as detailed and open as these - or if they were, they were way too analytical. The room optimazation ability was nice, but I wound up positioning them by ear and leaving that feature alone. I've owned a ton of high end speakers, and these really have been the easiest to live with. Break-in took a while, but after leaving them on all weekend, most of it was accomplished. I found image depth and heighth to be a rare treat. First speaker under 10k I've ever owned that reproduced acurate image heighth without having to toe them up. Anyhow...highly recommended....oh, but use a nice solid amp. Underpower these and they won't sound 1/2 as nice.

Similar Products Used: Vandersteen, RBH, Totem, Ruark, Paradigm, Martin Logan, Magneplaner, etc., etc.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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