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Wharfedale Diamond 121

Wharfedale Diamond 121

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Wharfedale Diamond 121: Features
While it’s tempting to think Wharfedale has taken the cheap option by returning to a conventionally rectangular cabinet (from the curved enclosures of the previous generation), the truth is a little more complicated.

Yes, rectangular boxes are cheaper to make, but the cost savings have allowed the engineers to be more ambitious with drive units and cabinet construction.

The cabinet uses composite wooden panels to help damp resonances and prevent sound transmission through the enclosure walls, so you hear more of the drive units and less of the box.

Wharfedale Diamond 121: Features
While it’s tempting to think Wharfedale has taken the cheap option by returning to a conventionally rectangular cabinet (from the curved enclosures of the previous generation), the truth is a little more complicated.

Yes, rectangular boxes are cheaper to make, but the cost savings have allowed the engineers to be more ambitious with drive units and cabinet construction.

The cabinet uses composite wooden panels to help damp resonances and prevent sound transmission through the enclosure walls, so you hear more of the drive units and less of the box.

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Published by: bondms99 on Dec 27, 2012
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Wharfedale Diamond 121

Over the past 30 years, the Diamond series speakers have formed the core of Wharfedale’s output in one form or another. Consistency has been a problem: generations five through seven weren’t great. Since then, though, every new version has hit the mark. None more so than the 11th generation Wharfedale Diamond 121 we have here. For marketing reasons the company has decided to call this generation the 100 series, but the Diamond 11 is really what it is. Wharfedale Diamond 100 Series All the 100 series products – two standmounters, four floorstanders and a pair of centre speakers – share a common DNA, and this starter model, the Diamond 121, is a good representation of the range.

Wharfedale Diamond 121 Review

Wharfedale 121: Positioning Instead of going down the usual route of a rear or front-firing reflex port, the Wharfedale Diamond 121 decided to fire the port downwards into a small gap between the base of the cabinet and the plinth below…

Wharfedale Diamond 121 Deals
• Wharfedale 121: Features While it’s tempting to think Wharfedale has taken the cheap option by returning to a conventionally rectangular cabinet (from the curved enclosures of the previous generation), the truth is a little more complicated. • Yes, rectangular boxes are cheaper to make, but the cost savings have allowed the engineers to be more ambitious with drive units and cabinet construction. • The cabinet uses composite wooden panels to help damp resonances and prevent sound transmission through the enclosure walls, so you hear more of the drive units and less of the box.

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