Volti Vittora with Sub & Amp Crossover - Thoughts?


Hello again Everyone,

Belated Happy New Year to you all!

I'm auditioning the speakers in the title and would like to know the opinions of anyone who's heard them please?

Also, what type of music did you hear them playing? Anything like rock or complex music?

Finally, does anyone know how much these speakers retail for new?

Thank you for viewing and a double thank you if you post :)

Best regards,

Dagda

dagda

Hi All,

Thanks for replying.

@russ69 Sorry, I will be listening to them in about a week. I haven't heard them yet. Should have made myself more clear.

@tony1954 Thank you for the info, very useful.

@mrdecibel Thanks, but a bit too expensive, especially when I factor in shipping, duty and tax.

If anyone else has any input, please feel free to chime in!

Best regards,

Dagda.

@dagda I am so excited for you ( I assume you purchased the Vittora package ), and I will surely follow your progress with them. My best !

I listened to this combo at the 2015 NY Audio Show. They were powered by Vinnie Rossi preamp, phono,and amplifier. I think the vinyl front end was a Plamer TT. They put ZZ Top “La Grange” on the TT and away we went. The sound was loud, impactful and clean but lacked an emotional connection to the music. I like to be engaged when I listen and “get” what the artist is conveying. Didn’t happen with the Volti’s but that was under show conditions and maybe the gear played a little flat too? Dunno wish I could have heard them with good tube gear it could be the difference? FWIW I’m a single driver SET guy no crossover just source-pre-amp-speaker nothing else in the line to filter the signal. 

Hello again,

@mrdecibel Thank you, I've yet to hear them :) I'll be listening to them on the 15th.
I'm already far more exited that I should be! Really looking forward to it. 

@snapsc I really hope so!

@rodge827 Thank you for the info. I would expect that equipment pairing with speakers like these will need some careful consideration.

Best regards to you all,

Dagda.