Rogers LS7t loudspeaker Specifications

Sidebar 3: Specifications

Description: Two-way, reflex-loaded, stand-mounted loudspeaker. Drive-units: 1" titanium-dome tweeter, 8" polypropylene-cone woofer. Crossover frequency: 3kHz. Crossover slopes: third-order, 18dB/octave. Frequency response: 55Hz–22kHz –2dB. Sensitivity: 88dB/W/m. Nominal impedance: 8 ohms. Amplifier requirements: 15W minimum.
Dimensions: 22" H by 11" W by 11" D. Weight: 38 lbs/pair.
Price: $949/pair (1989); no longer available (2016). Approximate number of dealers: 50.
Manufacturer: Rogers Loudspeakers Ltd., Mitcham, Surrey, England (1989). Rogers International Ltd., a subsidiary of Wo Kee Hong Holdings, Hong Kong (since 1993). Web: US Distributor: Audio Influx Corporation, Highland Lakes, NJ 07422-0381 (1989). Dared Audio International, 51 West 84th Avenue, Suite 301, Denver, CO 80260 (2016). Tel: (303) 263-6353.

Rogers International Ltd.
US Distributor: Dared Audio International
51 West 84th Avenue, Suite 301
Denver, CO 80260
(303) 263-6353

tonykaz's picture

These guys are offering a nice little Cadet V Amp, I wonder if your new girl would review it? I saw it in Europe, not long ago, it's a cute little KT-88 low power rig, just the sort of thing I pine for after loving the Conrad-Johnson MV-45a ( as I did and still do ), 4,8 and 16 ( old-school ) taps. It's probably perfect for LS3/5a.

Thanks for bringing Bob Katz back, he's managed to get his hands on a pair of Dynaudio M5P , maybe their very first owner ( it's a brand, spanking, new design ). Bob is putting them against the Audeze LCD4s. Best vs. Best!, by a Mastering Engineer, no less: a must read event. Those M5P come in Piano Finnish for the Audiophile, might be on your Cover, one day.

Nice work Mr.JA!

Tony in Michigan

monetschemist's picture

Far from home on a holiday morning with Stereophile and my laptop and music and DragonFly and Shure SE-215s... and I read John Atkinson's comments about the chime accompanying the regal. Well the Hyperion CD is ripped onto my hard drive and therefore I decide I must see if I can detect this. The first few listens, nothing, at which point I'm blaming my ears and my equipment and my attention span and then I decide to turn up the volume, and THERE it is. And the first few times I can't tell if it continues or not. But all of a sudden I can hear the difference before and after the start of the chime.

For me, this was a true learning moment. My wife and I used to play this work a lot, but it has fallen out of rotation in the past 10 or 15 years. What a delight to be invited to listen to it afresh, to pay close attention, to hear something small but new in it that reminds me that it is a wonderful work.

Thank you, Mr. Atkinson.