Wharfedale Diamond 10.1

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9 out of 10
Used Price (pair)

"With every recording I played, the Wharfedale's sounded clean, extended, detailed and pristine. Wharfedale has a winner in the Diamond 10.1. In today's market of stiff competition among affordable loudspeakers, the 10.1 presents extraordinary value for the money, with many strengths that suggest a considerably higher price and no considerable weaknesses!"
– Robert Reina, Stereophile

"...with speakers as willing as these you'll want to crank the volume and feel the music's power. Bass was surprisingly deep, so there's no need to add a subwoofer...I had to stop and remind myself over and over again, this is a $350 speaker; it sounds like double that very reasonable [price]."
– Steve Guttenberg, CNet

"The measured performance of Wharfedale's Diamond 10.1 would be superb even if the speaker did not cost just $350/pair. But then, its designer, Peter Comeau, is one of the UK's senior speaker designers; I would have expected from him no less."
– John Atkinson, Stereophile Editor-in-Chief

"[The 10.1s] flooded my listening room with pure emotional intensity so rich and sumptuous I could cry, I realized the Wharfedales weren't performing only as great jazz speakers, but also as emotional conductors!"
– Stephen Mejias, Stereophile, Recommended Product Review

"Such was our admiration for these Wharfedale bookshelf speakers that we gave them a What Hi-Fi?Product of the Year award...arguably Wharfedale's best budget speaker yet...we are huge fans!"
What HiFi?, 2010 Product of the Year Award Winner


Bass/Mid Driver: 5"
Tweeter: 1"
Suitable Amplifier Power: 20 - 100 w
Nominal Impedance: 6 Ω
A/V Shielded: yes
Sensitivity (1W @ 1M): 86 dB
Nominal Frequency Range: 48-24kHz
HF Limit (-10dB): 44kHz
Freq. Fb: 50Hz
Crossover Frequency: 1.8kHz
Dimensions (HWD): 11.5"x7.5"x11"

sn. DX1023473

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