Designed in 1972 by famed audio engineer, Henry Kloss, this little pair of The Smaller Advent Loudspeakers might be one of the best sounding speakers out there. Other than one screw hole in the top of one of the cabinets (who does that anyway?) and some peeling paper on the back, these are super minty.
It's hard to describe the way these sound but alas, it is my mission to try...
Crystal clear mids and highs with deep, rich bass and not the least bit offensive. We had them running with an Onkyo M504R power amp and it was a match made in hi-fi heaven.
We could listen to these for days and not get tired.
Two-way acoustic-suspension bookshelf loudspeaker
Drive-units: 2" paper-cone tweeter with central dome, 9.5" paper-cone woofer Frequency response: 33Hz–17kHz ±3dB
Nominal impedance: 4 ohms.
Recommended minimum power: 15W
20 1/8" (515mm) H X 11 5/8" (300mm) W X 9 3/8" (240mm) D.
Weight: not noted