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Spendor A4 Loudspeakers

Spendor A4 Loudspeakers

$3,495.00

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Spendor A4 Loudspeakers

$3,495.00

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    Time for celebration! The new A4 brings the legendary Spendor performance and quality to a new, very affordable price point!
     

    The new Spendor A-Line loudspeakers deliver class-leading performance. They are the most flexible, versatile and affordable loudspeakers we've ever created.
     

    Our new Spendor A-Line loudspeakers prove that you don't need a big space, or budget, to enjoy dynamic, open and exhilarating sound. And if you're someone who truly loves music, not just sound, these speakers will add a whole new dimension to your listening pleasure.
     

    The A-Line cabinets share the same modern proportions as our larger D7 and D9 loudspeakers. They're slim, compact and don't mind being right up against walls, so you can fit them easily and unobtrusively into any space. Put them, and yourself, anywhere you like, and they'll sound fantastic. Thanks to innovative Spendor technology, they'll help you get the very best from whatever amplifier and other source equipment you already have or plan to add.
     

    The A4 has a full, rich, dynamic sound for a huge fun factor!


    REVIEWS:


    What HiFi?: "Once up and running it doesn’t take long to realise the A4s are talented. They have a more outgoing and friendly character than the older model. They’re expressive, entertaining and, perhaps surprisingly for a Spendor design, fun.

    "We start with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and these floorstanders revel in the music’s wide-ranging dynamics and complex arrangement.

    "There’s plenty of insight, with the A4s able to track multiple instrumental strands while still presenting them as a cohesive and musical whole.

    "Spendor has long prided itself on delivering natural and convincing tonality, and that's the case again here. These floorstanders sound clean and wonderfully balanced.

    "They replace the slightly sterile presentation of the A5s with a natural sense of life and articulation that’s hugely engaging.

    "Stereo imaging is impressive too. Once properly positioned (and partnered with suitably talented electronics) these speakers describe an expansive, nicely layered soundstage populated with precisely located instruments. The imaging stays stable even when the music becomes demanding, which is no easy feat.

    "Massive Attack’s Teardrop shows the A4s to be capable of deep, articulate low frequencies. While they wouldn’t be our first choice to fill large rooms or play at a party, they do well for their size. More importantly, they stay refined and composed when pushed hard, avoiding the slight edge of their predecessors.

    "Rhythms are handled in a surefooted manner and delivered with plenty of snap and drive. There’s all the insight and analysis we’ve come to expect from Spendor's models, but here it comes with a sense of enthusiasm the brand hasn’t always achieved.

    "The A4’s midrange is lovely. Voices come through with impressive clarity, pleasing projection and a class-leading level of subtlety. This points to well-matched drive units and a carefully calibrated crossover."

    What HiFi?  Five Star Rating - The best 30 hi-fi speakers of What Hi-Fi?'s lifetime

     

    CUSTOMER COMMENTS:


    "Well I think my A4s are well on the way to being run in. In a word, these speakers are sensational. The first thing that struck me was their extended highs and lows. I listen to mostly modern jazz with a touch of classic rock for nostalgic purposes. The test of a tweeter for me is how well it handles high notes on a trumpet, and vibes. The A4s do it with ease. Similarly, I found more bass across all my music than I never knew was there. The word that comes to mind was that the bass growls. Yet it is clean and tight. Pushed to higher volumes on classic rock they do not flinch. They handle it with ease. Nor are they fatiguing." - D.B.

     

    Highlights -
     

    • Engineering innovation from the multi-award winning Spendor SA1, A6R and D7 loudspeakers.
    • New Spendor EP77 Polymer cones.
    • Deep articulate bass.
    • Calibrated and matched to broadcast reference standard.
    • Fully designed and manufactured in the UK.
    • Black ash, dark walnut and natural oak real wood veneers.

     

    Specifications -
     

    A4
     

    • Two-way floorstanding, ported, 22mm soft dome tweeter, 7" woofer.
    • Dimensions: (H x W x D) 31.3" x 6.5" x 11"
    • Weight: 35 lbs each
    • Response: 34Hz - 25kHz
    • Impedance: 8 Ohms, minimum 5.7
    • Amplifier: 30 - 200 watts
    • Sensitivity: 86dB
    • Crossover: 3.7kHz
    Video: How Spendor Speakers Are Made

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Spendor A4 Loudspeakers

$3,495.00

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Description


 

Time for celebration! The new A4 brings the legendary Spendor performance and quality to a new, very affordable price point!
 

The new Spendor A-Line loudspeakers deliver class-leading performance. They are the most flexible, versatile and affordable loudspeakers we've ever created.
 

Our new Spendor A-Line loudspeakers prove that you don't need a big space, or budget, to enjoy dynamic, open and exhilarating sound. And if you're someone who truly loves music, not just sound, these speakers will add a whole new dimension to your listening pleasure.
 

The A-Line cabinets share the same modern proportions as our larger D7 and D9 loudspeakers. They're slim, compact and don't mind being right up against walls, so you can fit them easily and unobtrusively into any space. Put them, and yourself, anywhere you like, and they'll sound fantastic. Thanks to innovative Spendor technology, they'll help you get the very best from whatever amplifier and other source equipment you already have or plan to add.
 

The A4 has a full, rich, dynamic sound for a huge fun factor!


REVIEWS:


What HiFi?: "Once up and running it doesn’t take long to realise the A4s are talented. They have a more outgoing and friendly character than the older model. They’re expressive, entertaining and, perhaps surprisingly for a Spendor design, fun.

"We start with Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and these floorstanders revel in the music’s wide-ranging dynamics and complex arrangement.

"There’s plenty of insight, with the A4s able to track multiple instrumental strands while still presenting them as a cohesive and musical whole.

"Spendor has long prided itself on delivering natural and convincing tonality, and that's the case again here. These floorstanders sound clean and wonderfully balanced.

"They replace the slightly sterile presentation of the A5s with a natural sense of life and articulation that’s hugely engaging.

"Stereo imaging is impressive too. Once properly positioned (and partnered with suitably talented electronics) these speakers describe an expansive, nicely layered soundstage populated with precisely located instruments. The imaging stays stable even when the music becomes demanding, which is no easy feat.

"Massive Attack’s Teardrop shows the A4s to be capable of deep, articulate low frequencies. While they wouldn’t be our first choice to fill large rooms or play at a party, they do well for their size. More importantly, they stay refined and composed when pushed hard, avoiding the slight edge of their predecessors.

"Rhythms are handled in a surefooted manner and delivered with plenty of snap and drive. There’s all the insight and analysis we’ve come to expect from Spendor's models, but here it comes with a sense of enthusiasm the brand hasn’t always achieved.

"The A4’s midrange is lovely. Voices come through with impressive clarity, pleasing projection and a class-leading level of subtlety. This points to well-matched drive units and a carefully calibrated crossover."

What HiFi?  Five Star Rating - The best 30 hi-fi speakers of What Hi-Fi?'s lifetime

 

CUSTOMER COMMENTS:


"Well I think my A4s are well on the way to being run in. In a word, these speakers are sensational. The first thing that struck me was their extended highs and lows. I listen to mostly modern jazz with a touch of classic rock for nostalgic purposes. The test of a tweeter for me is how well it handles high notes on a trumpet, and vibes. The A4s do it with ease. Similarly, I found more bass across all my music than I never knew was there. The word that comes to mind was that the bass growls. Yet it is clean and tight. Pushed to higher volumes on classic rock they do not flinch. They handle it with ease. Nor are they fatiguing." - D.B.

 

Highlights -
 

  • Engineering innovation from the multi-award winning Spendor SA1, A6R and D7 loudspeakers.
  • New Spendor EP77 Polymer cones.
  • Deep articulate bass.
  • Calibrated and matched to broadcast reference standard.
  • Fully designed and manufactured in the UK.
  • Black ash, dark walnut and natural oak real wood veneers.

 

Specifications -
 

A4
 

  • Two-way floorstanding, ported, 22mm soft dome tweeter, 7" woofer.
  • Dimensions: (H x W x D) 31.3" x 6.5" x 11"
  • Weight: 35 lbs each
  • Response: 34Hz - 25kHz
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms, minimum 5.7
  • Amplifier: 30 - 200 watts
  • Sensitivity: 86dB
  • Crossover: 3.7kHz
Video: How Spendor Speakers Are Made