Salagar Active Speakers

After hosting three hour-long seminars on Sunday (following five on Friday and Saturday), I spent the final hours of the 2007 RMAF racing around rooms I really wanted to hear before the Show closed at 4pm. At 4:30pm, I stopped by what would be my last room, the one featuring a new name to me, Salagar Speakers. This Illinois company is aiming high: its first product is a beautifully finished, physically large two-way active design, the Symphony S210, that combines a 1" soft-dome tweeter with a 10" woofer in an unusual curved enclosure. Power is provided by internal ICEpower class-D modules, and the integral X-ACT crossover operates in the digital domain and includes the facility to adjust the speaker's balance to cope with room acoustics problems. The Symphony S-210 costs $7,999/pair complete with crossover, and showed promise, even in the less-than-optimal hotel room.
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John Atkinson's picture

My apologies for my misread notes. I will correct the blog entry.

Mohammed Salahuddin Khan's picture

Thanks John for the comments. A couple of corrections: 1. The SALAGAR X-ACT crossover/ controller is actually inside each speaker enclosure2. The price is $7,999 per pair of standard, non-special order colors and wood finishes and not $17,999 per pair.

Mohammed Salahuddin Khan's picture

Thanks John for the comments. A couple of corrections: 1. The SALAGAR X-ACT crossover/ controller is actually inside each speaker enclosure2. The price is $7,999 per pair of standard, non-special order colors and wood finishes and not $17,999 per pair.

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