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Wharfedale EVO4.1 Bookshelf Speakers

kestrel5915

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I have come across this TopTenReviews site many times and mostly I see that their lists are useless.
When scourging for reviews for a product I always follow the principle of visiting the sites that are entirely dedicated to that kind of products.
And then again, reviews ought to be taken with a pinch of salt.
 

koushik

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Ya true review should always be taken with a pinch of salt but verdicts are different thing. Over here odd 17K Philips HTiB is ruling the chart over Onkyo and Yamaha and all ... Isn't that interesting?
 

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It's because these kind of reviews/verdicts focus more on the marketable features rather than performance.
 

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Something is wrong with that review -
Frequency Range (Hz) 180 - 20,000 20 - 40,000 80 - 50,000 20 - 20,000 70 - 20,000 40 - 15,000 5 - 10,000 5 - 10,000 55 - 20,000 55 - 20,000

How does the 2 onkyo's - the HT-S8400 and the 9400 manage to make 5 hz. But cap off at 10K. And did they hear 5 hz to make sure. LOL.

They could have thrown numbers at random and made more sense.

And if it was even accurate, a system that makes 180 hz to 20K the #1 will not ever rank above a system that makes 20-40K - #2, or 20-20K - #4 or even the 55 hz ones #9 and #10.
In fact that 180 hz with subwoofer is the worst of the bunch but its #1 ???

Cool.
Srinath.
 
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