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Infinity Interlude IL40

Infinity Interlude IL40
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5 reviews

Feb, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 5 user reviews from international sources. The average review date is Dec 24, 2002. We have compared these reviews to 1158041 reviews from other Speakers. Last update: Feb 19, 2018.

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Consumer review by: matthew gilley (

Infinity Systems IL40


I got these speakers refurbished from the Harman ebay store. The price I paid was great for my tastes. I see lots of these hardcore audio- stereo- home theater- video- "I know it all and think I am the dang stuff and want you to feel like crap"-philes...

My opinions after 6 months of online research and 2 months of listeningVery impressive Sound (opinion of family and friends using their own test CD's)Great Price and Value 5 year warranty (even refurbished ones)Trading with Harman was smooth quick and...

All the ones the hardcore -philes mentioned if you want to believe them.Could be large for your application expecially the sub. They are not a small company which basically means they have a much larger research budget, marketing department,...

May, 2003

Consumer review by: Skimaxpower (

Infinity Systems IL40


As a college student investing in my first true stereo, these speakers fit the bill perfectly. I've had my fair share of Aiwa/Sony/Panasonic bookshelf systems. I got tired of them. I knew they sounded awful and I needed a real stereo. Enter the IL40. I...

Realistic sound. Great quality/price ratio. Gold biwire inputs. Look Great

Require sub, especially for home theater or bass heavy music

Feb, 2003

Consumer review by: Uncle Albert (

Infinity Systems IL40


I consider these a superb value for the price I paid, though I'm not sure I could justify the $1,000 list price. Excellent high and midrange detail, bass is good but limited by the capabilities of my Pioneer receiver, but my Entra Sub does an adequate...

Detail, clarity, imaging. Excellent bass for 8" woofers pushed by my weak-ass Pioneer

Slightly bright, but that may be partially due to the receiver. Could use an additional, 12" driver, IMHO

Oct, 2002

Consumer review by: fbush1 (

Infinity Systems IL40


I beleive I now understand the design model intention for Infinity's il40 speaker system.Paired with the IL 100 or 120 subwoofer, once adequately broken in, it acheives a 3 dimensional sound stage very impressively. The cost is justified. Take your...

Sonic design. Attention to cabinetry construction. Bi-amp/bi-wire capable. Gold binding posts. Speaker design. Flat response, etc

accessories are expensive

Oct, 2002

Consumer review by: Trpnmich (

Infinity Systems IL40


Worth every penny of their retail price of $1000.00 (pair. The magazines say that these speakers push an ample amount of bass. I agree that the highs and mids sound great but the 8"sub at least for me doesnt seem to push much bass at all so I bought...

Great hi's and mids and with a sub they sound great!! I need to experiment more with the amp. (Denon 3802)

Lacks a little bass

Oct, 2002

Product Specifications

The Interlude Series of loudspeakers continues Infinity's longstanding commitment to accurate sound reproduction. The company's proprietary Ceramic Metal Matrix Diaphragm drivers, precision dividing networks and rigid, well-braced enclosures combine to deliver uncompromised performance in any stereo or multichannel home-theater system. In addition, the IL40 are magnetically shielded for safe placement adjacent to a television. Interlude Series speakers are designed from the inside out to work with your room, your tastes, and your passion for the best of both music and movies. It's Infinity's passion to "get it right" from the start.