No.7.0 columns serve as an example that cheaper speakers can yield very good results when the same rules as in reference set-ups are applied. The frequent downside to cheaper set-ups is that the construction of the casing and the crossover leave much to wish for. Cable-work, terminals or crossover components tend to be unworthy of the speakers they come with.
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This set-up uses speakers with an aluminium membrane. Branching filters use resonance traps, without which correct tuning with metal membranes would prove unattainable.
The two-chamber casing includes proper thickening in the mid-tone speaker space, preventing resonance. Inner compartment slants shield from reflected waves.
The sound is clear and dynamic, full of detail without artificial flashiness.