if they're even close to the originals, they are winners. the howard and the harlech are classic in every sense of the word.
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Well, you're not the first to point me that these speakers are great, but information about them seems rare. I'm especially searching answers about what to use to amp them, and also in witch room size are they made for.
I'm currently running an Audiomat Arpège in a 12 X 15 room. I'm afraid about boomy bass or amplification mismatch.
I'm by no means ready to move and I'm only gathering information about some models, but I'm very curious about the brand and the Howards.
Castles I've owned were at the time driven by a SS amp, a CEC, nothing comparable in sound to what I have now.
Thanks a lot.
the howards and harlechs are 'please get me off the merry-go-round' products. forgiving, yet dynamic...good bass and sweet midrange. the finer qualities of the best brit sound, only historically they thumbed their nose at advertising and kissing audiophile asses, and sold at prices so reasonable, sceptics were many.