Tag Archives: loudspeakers

Roth OLi RA1

REVIEW: Roth Audio OLi RA1 – tiny speakers with more than a little magic

Remember when Britain was known as the home of the £100 super-speaker? Manufacturers in other countries scratched their heads when they saw what brands such as Mission, JPW, KEF and Wharfedale could do for so little money, then scratched even harder when they realised the giveaway price was per pair, and not each (as is […]

REVIEW: NEAT Motive SX1 – the great big little speakers

Smaller than you might think, NEAT’s latest Motive SX1 speakers deliver an unmissably thrilling ride As floorstanding speakers go, the new NEAT Motive SX1 is small. Seriously small, as in standing well under 100cm tall and with a slimline front baffle, meaning a pair take up considerably less front-room real-estate than most standmounted designs. Coming […]

Focal Aria cone

REVIEW: Focal Aria 926 loudspeakers

A new speaker range; a new drive-unit material. Focal’s Aria 900 line-up makes its début this weekend, and judging from the Aria 926 floorstanders (above) I’ve been using for the past couple of weeks, the French speaker company could be on to something rather special. New materials are the lifeblood of the loudspeaker industry. There’s […]