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Are ads speakers good?

Are ads speakers good?

The ADS L400 are very handsome loudspeakers. This ADS L400 sounds very good, but other much more serious small speakers like the B&W Matrix 805 outdistance it in clarity, depth, output and low-end output.

Do ads still speaker?

The bass was accurate, non-boomy, the mids and highs were detailed yet non-fatiguing. I don’t know what exactly happened with ads, they produced some of the most well designed/engineered speakers of that time period and are still coveted today by many audiophiles.

What are ad speakers?

ADS tower speakers are sold as 2-way or 3-way, which is how the speaker handles sound input. The tweeter captures and improves the high-frequency sound, and the woofer pushes the mid-range frequencies higher. Both serve to increase the range of human hearing that the sound targets.

Which company has best sound quality?

The top 14 best earphone/earbud brands are:

  • Jabra.
  • Sennheiser.
  • Shure.
  • Sony.
  • Bowers & Wilkins.
  • RHA.
  • FiiO.
  • Bose.

What kind of sound does ads speaker make?

There are factory trained technicians, such as Richard So, around to service them when needed. If you like transparent clarity and deep bass, then ADS might just be the speakers for you. Think of the crystal sound that STAX headphones give, but in speaker form. These are speakers that will transform your being.

Is the ads l1290 floorstanding speakers too expensive?

ADS simply priced themselves out of the market. Now, buying these ADS speakers on the used market is a great way to score a wonderfully made, and fine sounding pair of speakers at a good price. Maybe they were a bit too pricey when new, but they did make a fine speaker nonetheless.

What kind of sound does the ads L400 speaker make?

The ADS L400 is what we expect from a New England paper-coned, dome-tweetered sealed speaker: smooth, uncolored sound. The ADS L400 has the fabled polite New England sound: nothing is emphasized. The highs are sweet. The very high treble might be just a tiny bit stronger than usual, giving cymbal ticks a nice presence.

Are there any a / D’s speakers that still work?

TAS said so in a review of the 810 and in the manufacturers comments ADS quote ‘agreed with that assessment’. I still have a pair of 400’s – a speaker about the size on an LS3/5a. They are detailed yet smooth – very dynamic, good at low volumes, easy to listen to.

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