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Cambridge SoundWorks Tower (S0561048)

Cambridge SoundWorks Tower (S0561048)
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5 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Cambridge Soundworks Tower

 

These are very nice speakers, and a superb deal on the used market. I picked up my pair for $400 - lightly used in the box. The bi-polar speakers that are rear firing give this speaker very good imaging - I hear spatial details I have never heard...

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Cambridge Soundworks Tower

 

These have been my references for several years now. They are remarkably relaxed sounding, with fairly deep bass, a nice, accurate midrange, and smooth, non-fatiguing trebles. The bipolar radiation pattern gives up a little bit in terms of pin-point...

These are among the most non-fatuguing speakers I have listened to regardless of price. Acoustic instruments (eg., guitars and mandolins) sound remarkably realistic through these speakers

Bass could be a little tighter and deep bass sounds best with the help of a subwoofer. On rock music, I sometimes miss the immediacy of a direct radiating speaker

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Cambridge Soundworks Tower

 

If one doesn't take price into consideration, these are excellent speakers. Bass is strong while midrange and treble are resonably well defined. In my opinion a subwoofer is still needed for HT and bass heavy music (rap,techno..), but one could say the...

Good all around sound quality, wide soundstage

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Cambridge Soundworks Tower

 

I have always had B&W speakers since 1985 starting with the DM3000 series. I've been auditioning new B&W 804($3500.00) and 803 (5,000.00). I also took home a pair of Linn, Espek that sell for $3700.00 home to compare to the B&W's. After listening to...

All-around great sounding speakers. Very good quality wood cabinets. Good leveling spike system. Price is unbeatable

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Cambridge Soundworks Tower

 

I was a fledgling audiophile when I purchased the Towers in April of 1997. Their bipolarity--presentation--made sense to me (though at the time I didn't know how few successful bipolar loudspeakers there were) and their looks were impeccable. Of...

Robust bass, satisfyingly spacious soundstage (vertically and horizontally), smooth sound, realistic portrayal of live music recordings, tonal accuracy, and warm presentation

Some may miss razor-sharp imaging and/or disapprove of the touch of warmth added to some recordings

Product Specifications

One of the finest floor-standing speakers you'll ever hear, Tower is a 3-way bipolar speaker with two forward-facing 8" polypropylene woofers, a forward-facing 5
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