By Michael Fremer • April, 2009
At A Glance: Elegant, understated styling • Sweet yet detailed sound • Excellent dialogue intelligibility • Coherent three-dimensional picture • High SPLs without strain
Leather-Clad Pleasure Toy
If the Toy Tower system errs on any side of the sonic fence, it’s toward warmth and richness, which it does without a noticeable loss of low-level detail. Given the bright, processed nature of many soundtracks, it’s the side on which to err. If you’re looking for an all-purpose system for both cinema and music at a price point that doesn’t break the bank, the Toy Tower system with REL’s T1 subwoofer will make you very happy even if you’re a picky audiophile. I speak from personal experience. The Toy Tower system is among the most listenable systems I’ve reviewed at any price.
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