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Russell K. RED 50 loudspeaker worth £1,750

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HiFi+ most recent review from the Russell K. stable was of the RED 120Se. Steve Dickinson wrote, “Compared to the regular RED 120, the Se edition comes with upgraded tweeters and reworked crossovers. The Se variant crosses over at a relatively low 1800Hz (The RED 120 crosses over at 2200Hz) because this is a better match, and there’s an additional small capacitor in parallel which gives the crossover a faster rise time.”

He went on to say,” The RED 120Se shows you how the composer creates and maintains tension and the way the conductor achieves that through the performance; other speakers which go deeper have been known to gloss over this sort of thing, concentrating instead on giving you an impressive hit of bass, somewhat divorced from its musical context.”

He concluded by saying, “These modestly sized speakers have redefined what I expect from this size of cabinet, and driver complement. That £6,000 asking price doesn’t feel like a stretch at all “

Russell K made in Britain

Russell K made in Britain

Russell K Red 50 model 2022 - Oak and White
Russell K Red 50 model 2022 - Black and Black
Russell K Red 50 model 2022 - Oak and Black

RED 50 available in high quality real wood veneer.
Medium Oak with off-white baffle, Rich Walnut and Black Oak with off-black baffle.

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