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Wharfedale Diamond 10

Wharfedale Diamond 10
alaScore 91

238 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 238 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Wharfedale Diamond 10 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 238 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 14 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (114)

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Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 Bookshelf Speakers


After doing an extensive coverage on latest 32 inch LCDs, it's only befitting that we shift the spotlight to pure audio, and just kick back and give our eyes a rest, with some melodies diffusing a

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Great non-stick


Great pan, the non-stick surface is so slippery that water beads up and rolls off. When I wash the pan I don't even have to dry it. Eggs are a delight to cook on the Swiss diamond, except for omelets, the sides of the pan are too vertical and, at least...

Easy To Clean","Temperature Control

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Now we are talking!


The perfect Yaniquecas cooker ( DR flat jack style)

Compact Storage","Delicious Results","Easy To Clean



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Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 Bookshelf Speakers


Warm rich tones, taunt musical bass and airy non-fatiguing highs. The Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 are absolutely stunning stand mounts, but they aren't without flaws. I've owned these guys for 6 months and couldn't be happier but I thought I would lay out...

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Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 Bookshelf Speakers


I had done a ton of research trying to decide on the right bookshelf speaker for my audio setup. I almost picked up some PSB Image B6's, B&W 685's, Energy RC-10's, but after doing so much review research vs. price I decided to pick up the Wharfedale...

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Wharfedale Diamond 10.0 review


The famous 1980's speaker reaches its 10th generation. And it's a small one too

Good energy and rhythm ; Good with voices ; Very good imaging ; Effortless dynamics

A little dry due to unevenness in treble ; Detail good but not excellent

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Wharfedale Diamond 10.5 review


This affordable floorstander unusually features a dome midrange driver.

Suerior voice band coherence, thanks to dome midrange driver ; Advanced enclosure shae and construction ensures minimal boxiness ; Searate linth gives solid sike-mounting

Too much bling ; Tonal balance a little too warm and laid back ; Lacks midband transarency

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Wharfedale Diamond 100-HCP review


It's 1981 and the dying embers of disco are still burning the nation's dancefloors, Diana Spencer is about to marry our future king, and British audio brand Wharfedale unveils its very first Diamond speaker – the progenitor of the 5.1 system you see...

Highly detailed sound; tight, potent bass reproduction; excellent value for money

Plasticky finish and rather pedestrian looks; larger cabinets than rival sub/sat systems


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Wharfedale Diamond 100-HCP


World exclusive test of Wharfedale's nicely-priced 5.1 speaker package

Powerful, detailed presentation ; Impressive bass output ; Good value for such high quality

Underwhelming build quality ; Not the prettiest design

Finally the subwoofer hails from Wharfedale’s Powercube range, which is odd as it’s not a cube. Still, it’s a good-looking and surprisingly compact sub, tarted up in the same blackwood finish (with six other colours to choose from) and classy curved...

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Wharfedale Diamond 10.1


Modestly priced and the best in the test. What more do you want, jam on it?

Transparent, precise and revealing sound ; sturdy build

They're not about to flatter sub-standard electronics


Product Specifications

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Active / Passive Speakers:Active / Passive
Signal Connection:Wired

General Features

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