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In 1994 as we introduced the Kestrel we had no idea it was to become one of the most popular and revered small floostanders in high end audio history. Three strengths made that so and continue to make 20 year old Kestels sought-after on the used market: they were easy to drive, easy to place and unerringly musical.   Simply put - they were a whole lotta love for the buck. Of course, today’s Kestrel drives itself and has full on board parametric equalization that makes it easy to place and tune to any room. And it’s easily as sure-footed on difficult music as it’s grandpa.  But unlike Kestrel’s ancestors a pair of the new marques sport the ability to transduce 1KW of power into musical energy.  This speaker is quick, vibrantly dynamic across the entire band and, thanks to intelligent use of DSP,  boasts the ability to deliver serious bass energy and impact. This kind of performance used to take a Heron level speaker with very good amps.  Forget that now. Just bring your data stream to the rear of the Kestrel and shine on you crazy diamond. Shown in Sapele.  Chose from Walnut, White Oak, Cherry, Sapele and Maple.  Custom choices as you wish. Just ask.
Kestrel Loudspeaker Specifications: 9”W x 9”D x 40”H Twin woven composite cone long throw woofers, neo mag drive, 3” voice coils Seas Excel superior build tweeter Analog and Digital inputs Digital Parametric Equalizaion 4 presets Adjustable input sensitivity in analog mode Adjustable amplitude limiting Selectable modes for digital input: Left, RIght or Mono Updateable programming
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In 1994 as we introduced the Kestrel we had no idea it was to become one of the most popular and revered small floostanders in high end audio history. Three strengths made that so and continue to make 20 year old Kestels sought-after on the used market: they were easy to drive, easy to place and unerringly musical.   Simply put - they were a whole lotta love for the buck. Of course, today’s Kestrel drives itself and has full on board parametric equalization that makes it easy to place and tune to any room. And it’s easily as sure-footed on difficult music as it’s grandpa.  But unlike Kestrel’s ancestors a pair of the new marques sport the ability to transduce 1KW of power into musical energy.  This speaker is quick, vibrantly dynamic across the entire band and, thanks to intelligent use of DSP,  boasts the ability to deliver serious bass energy and impact. This kind of performance used to take a Heron level speaker with very good amps.  Forget that now. Just bring your data stream to the rear of the Kestrel and shine on you crazy diamond. Shown in Sapele.  Chose from Walnut, White Oak, Cherry, Sapele and Maple.  Custom choices as you wish. Just ask.
Kestrel Loudspeaker Specifications: 9”W x 9”D x 40”H Twin woven composite cone long throw woofers, neo mag drive, 3” voice coils Seas Excel superior build tweeter Analog and Digital inputs Digital Parametric Equalizaion 4 presets Adjustable input sensitivity in analog mode Adjustable amplitude limiting Selectable modes for digital input: Left, RIght or Mono Updateable programming