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Aperion Audio Verus II Grand review

Aperion Audio may not be a household name, but the company is no slouch when it comes to designing high-quality home theater speakers. In our Aperion Audio Verus II Grand review, we find out how well the company’s… See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Bowers & Wilkins 702 S2 Review

  • Gorgeous design
  • Pristine upper register
  • Punchy low-mids
  • Wide soundstage
  • Sensitive to placement and source material
  • Expensive
Our Score 7

Definitive Technology Demand Series D9 bookshelf…

  • Gorgeous, futuristic design
  • Ultra-precise stereo imaging
  • Clear and airy treble
  • Expansive soundstage
  • Impressive build quality
  • A little light in the midrange
  • Relatively pricey
Our Score 8

Monoprice Monolith K-BĀS Review

  • Powerful bass
  • Stealthy appearance
  • Excellent fit ‘n finish
  • Extremely affordable
  • Treble is far too mellow
  • Uneven midrange lacks sparkle
  • Sonic details obscured
Our Score 6

Polk Signature Series Review

  • Clear and present sound signature
  • Impressive detail, especially in dialogue
  • Rich, solid bass response
  • Seamless surround sound
  • Very affordable
  • Acoustic instruments can sound synthetic
  • Vinyl and plastic components feel a little cheap
  • S35 center speaker can be boom-y
Our Score 7

Aperion Audio Verus II Review

  • Lush, organic midrange
  • Sweet and satiny upper register
  • Firm yet powerful bass response
  • Expansive stereo imaging
  • Classy aesthetic
  • May be too big for some setups
Our Score 9

Crosley S100A-BK Review

  • Sleek, modern aesthetic
  • Midrange instruments sound great
  • Both wired and wireless configurations
  • Heavily processed sound signature
  • Miniscule sweet spot
  • Tinny treble response
  • Inconsistent bass performance
Our Score 5

KEF Q150 Review

  • Rich, warm midrange
  • Smooth and remarkably clear upper register
  • Heady bass response
  • Deep, dimensional soundstage
  • Sleek, rugged cabinets
  • No speaker screens included
  • Wish for more presence in upper midrange
Our Score 9

Sennheiser Flex 5000 Review

  • Works with virtually any TV
  • Compatible with any wired headphones
  • Simple setup and maintenance
  • Steady and stable performance
  • Cable clip reduces clutter
  • Balance profiles can’t be set from receiver
  • More affordable alternatives available
  • Potential for interference with cordless phones…
Our Score 8