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Celestion A Compact

Celestion A Compact
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Jan, 2019

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the size. The price also gets good views.

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Celestion A Compact


I bought a pair A Compact for $600 at last summer. Coincidently, I had a pair of Mission 780, which I purchased a week before for around the same price. Having enough room for one pair of speakers, my intent was to compare these two...

Great treble details. Warm sounding and reasonably flexible with a variety of music

Hard to find. Celestion may not be making these speakers any more. Expensive if still paying the full MSRP

Apr, 2003

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Celestion A Compact


Accuracy is important in a stereo which, like mine, is used to reproduce classical music. Good looks are also important. So is the price of the equipment.A year ago, when I began to upgrade my stereo's speaker system, I found that a subwoofer was for...

Accurate in upper bass and treble, good looking, unobtrusive

Inaccurate in lower bass

Jan, 2002

Product Specifications

For those who want to enjoy the A Series' uncompromised audio fidelity where space is at a premium, there's only one choice: the A Series Compact. With all the advanced componentry of the A1 packaged into such a remarkably small cabinet, the Compact punches way beyond its weight. Celestion's Ferrofluid-cooled 25mm (1") titanium dome tweeter is partnered by the 100mm (4") bass driver, both mounted on the same distinctive die-cast aluminum chassis as on the other models in the range. Nothing about the Compact's performance betrays its diminutive size. Virtually distortion-free and with a characteristically flat frequency response, it delivers the same pure, natural sound quality for which the A Series is deservedly renowned.