|Frequency Response||48Hz - 24kHz|
|Warranty length||2 Years|
|Product Award||What HiFi Award 4 Stars , HiFi World 4 Globes|
- Format: Standmount
- Bass Driver: -
- Bass/Mid Driver: 125mm
- Midrange Driver: -
- Tweeter: 25mm
- Suitable Amplifier Power: 20-100 Watts
- Impedance (Nominal): 6Ω
- A/V Shield: Yes
- Sensitivity: 86dB
- Nominal Frequency Range: 48Hz - 24kHz
- HF Limit (-10dB): 44kHz
- Crossover Frequency: 1.8kHz
- Dimensions (H*W*D): 296*194*278 (mm)
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The Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 are an award-winning bookshelf speaker, and are an outstanding medium-sized bookshelf speakers, as much an aesthetic triumph as an acoustic one, delivering precise and dynamic full-range audio and an ideal companion to a wide range of systems.
The Wharfedale Diamond range speakers need little introduction - the Diamond range has had almost three decades of supremacy and has received numerous international awards and sold over 1 million pairs worldwide.
'FOR: Transparent, honest sound; decent build; good detail and control' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)
'On the whole, the 10.1s are versatile enough to do justice to a wide variety of music, and they're relatively unfussy about positioning, too.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)
'Every aspect of their delivery is controlled, but not to the point where music feels held back. The leading edges of notes are presented confidently and with precision.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine)
'The Diamond 10.1 had a relaxed, coherent overall sound, with a wide, deep soundstage, airy highs, a liquid midrange, and excellent low-level resolution. Compared to the PSB Alpha B1, the Wharfedale lacked transient speed but offered greater clarity and resolution, said SM. BJR was impressed by the Wharfedale's extended highs, detailed midrange, and clean bass. "The 10.1 presents extraordinary value for money," he concluded. Compared to the Pioneer SP-BS22-LR, the Wharfedale had a warmer overall sound with more delicate highs and a richer midrange, but lacked the Pioneers' image focus and clean attack transients, said SM. "The Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 remains my favorite affordable stand-mounted loudspeaker," he concluded. "For the price, I'm not sure you can do better." JA noted superb measured performance.' Stereophile, (Vol.34 Nos.2, 4, & 10; Vol.36 No.10 WWW)
11 Jul 2014I've been looking to upgrade my ancient Gale monitors for ages and have been waiting for the right deal for something new with a full warranty. I was aware of the 10.1s but at this money theyre just a steal and sound brilliant streaming Spotify through my Yamaha amp. Just buy a pair before they run out, you wont be disappointed! Harry.