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Totem Sttaf

Totem Sttaf
alaScore 84

12 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites.

Review analysis

(Based on 12 reviews)

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Totem Acoustic Sttaf: On the Bench

 

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Totem Sttaf review

 

Attention to detail justifies this pricey compact two-way floorstander

Beautifully judged balance gives fine scale and involving voicing ; Performance justifies the price ; Quick and lively sound despite laid-back character

Bass grip and grunt and loudness capability are limited ; Not best for heavy rock music ; Accurately lining up plinth and enclosure is tricky

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Totem Sttaf - £1,695

 

Clean and simple are the watchwords for this very pretty and unusually compact two-way floorstander, says Paul Messenger

Beautifully judged balance gives fine scale and involving voicing

Bass grip and grunt and loudness capability are limited

Happiest at modest loudness levels, this speaker delivers good scale with fine midband

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Consumer review by:

Totem Acoustic Sttaf

 

I've heard all the speakers in the Totem line, many times, and even owned a few of them, and the ones that I haven't owned, I've had on loan from my dealer. So let's just say I know Totem pretty well.

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Totem Acoustic Sttaf

 

Purchased the Sttaf at BBR on Boxing Day for $1295 (msrp $1895 Canadian). I was happy with the price and I'm happy with their performance. Fantastic sound. I will be looking to hook these up to a new amp in the next year or so but for now I'm using a...

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Totem Sttaf Floor Standing Speaker

 

I heard these at the same time I heard the Totem Arros, basically Totem and the designer Vince us a standard 2-way design on most of all their speakers. Let me first say this, IT WORKS! The nice thing about the 2-way design is that you don't have to...

detail, detail, detail.... bass, clean and even

nothing unless you don't like good speakers

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Totem Sttaf Floor Standing Speaker

 

Heard the speakers hooked up to an Arcam FMJ A38 amp using an Arcam SACD player, listened all kinds of music from BonJovi to Phil Collins, sounded absolutely fantastic. Finally played some accoustic guitar from an actual SACD.

Extreme quality control, Very well balance speaker with great neutral sound on the warmer side of the spetrum, with Spectacular imaging and staging, Extremely detailed. Very forgiving speaker and Extremely versatile

None really uneless you are trying to fill a really large room, I mean Really Large.Not Very Efficient

Consumer review by:

Totem Acoustic Sttaf

 

Have paired these Totem Staff with Musical Fidelity A5 Integrated Amplifier. Main source of Music is an IPod played thru the Wadia 170i I Pod Doc and utilizing the Music Hall DAC 25.2

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Totem Acoustic Sttaf

 

Upgraded to these speakers from the Totem Arros, however after 8 months use, I cannot say these speakers are superior to Arros, just different. Another example of how bigger is not better.

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Totem Acoustic Sttaf

 

I upgraded my audio gear from NAD to Van Medevoort, a high end dutch audio equipment manufacturer. So, the next step was to look for a new pair of speakers. I had Dali serie Blue "Live" for more than 5 years.

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Product Specifications

Configuration

Active / Passive Speakers:Passive
Signal Connection:Wired

General Features

Number of Speakers:Not Applicable
Sound Projector: No
Speaker Type:Front / Stereo
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