Silverline Audio Technology Sinfonia Floorstanding Speakers

Sinfonia

  • Soft-dome tweeter
  • 7" paper-cone mid woofer
  • 12" paper cone low woofer
  • Frequency Response: 18 Hz – 28 kHz

User Reviews (1)

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seasterl   AudioPhile [Sep 03, 2006]
Strength:

Accurately reproduces the music (including piano) and has a high level of realism. The listening experience is very involving. There's no lack of bass. Easy to position in room. Build quality.

Weakness:

They're heavy at 250# each!

I started with the SR17 atop Sound Anchors 4-post stands, then had the tweeters upgraded, and thought this was terrific sound. Later, I needed just a little more bass, so I upgraded to the Sonata III and enjoyed blissful sound. I recently took a big risk and went out on a limb and sold my awesome black Sonata III to purchase the Sinfonia loudspeakers (Danish rosewood finish). I must say that this is as good as it gets. The mids & highs are lifelike and the bass just goes down, down, down to reach the lowest of lows without having too much bass energy. The speaker is tri-amp'able (meaning, you can use one, two, or three amps). I'm currently using the Rogue Audio Atlas (in triode mode) EL34 amp for the mids & highs. I tried a SS amp and even the Rogue M120 monoblocks (KT88 tubes) for the mid-woofer and 12" f/r woofers, but I had too much bass,... but I haven't treated my room for acoustics yet. (I may return to the KT88-based monoblocks for the front-firing mid-woofer and 12" woofer after room treatments.) Currently, I'm driving the mids/highs, and front-firing mid-woofer and 12" woofer with my Rogue Atlas (in triode mode) and using some ASL "Wave 8" monoblocks for the rear-firing 12" woofers and have perfect sound on all genres of music. These speakers just do everything right. They are 96dB efficient, too!

Customer Service

The best in the business!

Similar Products Used: Silverline Audio Sonata III
Silverline Audio SR17
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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