Review: Eosone RSF-400 Monitor
Recordings used: Ambient, Eurodance, Industrial, Alternative.
I feel that sound should be enveloping, a speaker should surround you with music while still providing a relatively clear reproduction of a recording. The Eosones replaced my very first system, Technics floor standing speakers, which to my standards today were horrendous. The Eosones did an excellent job of creating sound that had a large sweet spot, and through its use of rear projecting tweeters (rare at this price) to project out of phase sound to the walls (12" behind them), which recirculated it at a slightly slower rate, making the sound more three dimensional. The bass in above par for a bookshelf model, the fit and finish is an excellent black gloss finish, not quite to NHT standards but still nice to look at. Unfortunently it does not have bi-wire capability, and the sound is far from natural sounding, but that really wasn't what these speakers were made for. They were created for low-end audio consumers who wanted something a little better than Sony and JBL. I still enjoy listening to these speakers even though they've been replaced with a pair of Mission 773e. For the money you cant beat these entry level speakers if you are looking for something to fill your room with sound, albeit slightly artificial. For specs the website is still open along with plenty of information from the creator, Nudell. (WWW.EOSONE.COM)
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