Swan R3 Surround Speakers

R3

A true dipole, the Swan R3 also features real Rosewood, dual alloy-coned midwoofer drivers, and dual 25mm textile dome tweeters in twin driver arrays for room-filling special effects.

User Reviews (1)

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Pi_nk_Floyd   AudioPhile [Aug 17, 2004]
Strength:

Excellent dispersion of rear signals. Very natual sound.

Weakness:

No bottom end.

The puchase price listed above included a c3 center ch. Read about my views on the matching main speakers here: http://www.audioreview.com/Main,Speaker/Swan/PRD_292593_1594crx.aspx All opinions apply to the R3's, except for those regarding bass. Don't get me wrong, it does well and it is moderately large (although smaller than the C3), and pretty heavy. But doesn't have the internal volume to reach as low as the 5.1's or C3. They integrates very well with the mains. Also key here is that i don't use the R3's for SACD, only for movies. I currently am using Jamo Coronet 40 Mk IV's and have a gosl of picking up a pair of Diva 2.1's or 3.1's. -Pi

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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