Up for your consideration is a pair of nicely preserved Infinity Reference One bookshelf speakers. Acoustically, these speakers are quite powerful for their size. The polycell tweeters produce a vibrant clarity without the irritating brightness; the woofers produce an equally impressive array of sonic "Boom" that most of today's genre of music required. Auditioning this piece of equipment is impressive for the fact that for a relatively small package they can deliver a faithful reproduction of sound that Infinity is known to deliver. The size is not too small; unlike now a day bookshelf speakers you see in stores. While yesterday's technology can not be compare to today's, this system can display a pleasant sound for those audiophiles/casual listeners out t who are demanding and critical in their music. If space is the factor in your home or office; then this will serve you well not just for the clean and visually pleasing but for the pleasure of quality sound they reproduced: The cabinet is very well constructed, all corners are sharp: Cosmetically, it deserve an A minus: few scratches and t, no rotted forms to content with, and the speaker shields may have some minute threads hanging out: all of which have no bearing on symphonic details that this speakers can yield. The bass is quite deep but yet smooth and non muddy, blending equally nice to the crispy sounds flowing from the polycell tweeters: giving that warm and vibrant sound that endures into that cool night.Of notes: This speakers paired well with the Rotel reciever I used to own. And even with my mid 70's Sony, these speakers remained true to the sound. This Ref. One speakers will pair well with any of good vintage receivers. For more detail specification please . /INF/HOM/Owner%27s%20Manual/Reference%20ONE-SIX%20om.pdf
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