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Revel Concerta F12

Revel Concerta F12
alaScore 81

7 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Revel Concerta F12 Floorstanding Loudspeakers Reviewed

 

When one of the biggest names in high-end audio decides to make an "affordable speaker," reviewers amazingly get a little skeptical. So when Revel introduced the Concerta line with the F12s, reviewed here, everyone including this reviewer took notice...

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Revel Concerta F12 Loudspeakers

 

Acolleague of mine recently took his SUV in for its 60K tune-up. The bill? $1200. Ouch. Keeping a car in good running shape in today's economy often means tapping one's cash cache at irritatingly re-occurring intervals. But here's a comforting...

Revel has struck a winning chord in the $1298 price range with the Concertas. I recently did some roundrobin listening to speakers in or near the Concerta's price range, including Magnepan MG12s, Triangle Heliades, Dynaudio Audience 62s, and PSB T55s....

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Revel Concerta F12 Loudspeakers

 

Introduction Those of us who find ourselves enthralled by all things audio and video typically have a wish list of gear that would fulfill that ultimate goal of the no-holds-barred system. For most of us it is just that: a wish list. But to dream is...

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Revel Concerta F12

 

Revel is a US loudspeaker specialist that started out in the mid-1990s. It's part of the giant Harman conglomerate, alongside the rather better-known and longer-established JBL brand

Fine headroom and freedom from strain, Impressive neutrality, Ample low bass

Looks a bit overkill

Massive multi-driver floorstander; not pretty, but has great headroom, bass weight and impressive neutrality

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Revel Concerta F12 review

 

It might not be pretty, but it undeniably looks purposeful

p>Fine headroom and freedom from strain Impressive neutrality Ample low bass</p

p>Looks a bit overkill</p

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Revel Concerta F12

 

Its American-ness extends to a label on the back of each monitor hedging against litigation including advice that they might fall over if there is an earthquake.

Bold sound with a boisterous upper bass and warm midrange. Good sound stage projection

Slightly over-warm presentation. A touch of the 1950s with its dark and dull wood finish and picture-frame front panel

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