Wharfedale isn't any strange to the affordable finish of the speaker marketplace, and its affordable speakers no stranger to What Hi-Fi? awards. So we are naturally intrigued to listen to the corporate's new Evo 4 speaker range, which is due on sale this July.
The Wharfedale Evo 4 range options two bookshelf speakers, two floorstanding speakers, a centre speaker and a surround sound speaker. So it's ready for home cinema configurations in addition to two-channel techniques.
Most attention-grabbing is the inclusion of an AMT treble motive force, borrowing generation learnings from the new flagship Elysian speakers, which can be also on show at High End Munich. The technology replicates some extent source driver and goals to shift extra air to ship decrease distortion and more accuracy. The tweeters sit along Kevlar cones of various sizes.
The 2-way Evo 4.1 and 3-way Evo 4.2 bookshelf speakers game 5in and six.5in bass drivers, with the larger 4.2 including a 2in soft dome tweeter to the AMT drive. The floorstanding Evo 4.3 and 4.4 sport a 3-way design, with the AMT transducer and 2in tweeters, joined via both a 5in or 6.5in bass driver.
There's no word on pricing but, regardless that we do know the speakers will come in a decision of black, white and walnut.
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