Jamo’s new ConCert
best technologies and performance Jamo could muster, then led by Preben Jacobsen.
Jamo is now under the Klipsch Group of companies, and has re-engineered the Concert concept in-house to create a range of speakers designed from the ground up.
The new speakers were conceptualised by industrial designer Kieron Dunk, who crafted Danish-style enclosures, for which bespoke high-performance drive units have been engineered by Klipsch’s David Wilkes Jr. with the goal of a highly dynamic, detailed and expansive sound with deep low frequencies.
The Concert series features two ranges: the range-topping C 10 and entry-point C 9. Both ranges include floorstanding, standmount and centre-channel speakers, with the C 9 series featuring dipole surround speakers. Jamo offers a range of high quality subwoofers to match.
The speakers feature curved baffles and hand-polished gloss black, gloss white or walnut wood veneer enclosures, with metal outrigger feet and polished chrome logos. Fit-and-finish quality are outstanding, and the arrangement on the lower range — with the curved baffle blending with a traditional parallel-sided box — is a lovely bit of design.
As you can read in our write-up on p59, we auditioned the C109 flagship and it delivered a soundfield generous in both the lateral and depth perspectives, while bass power and overall dynamics were highly impressive.
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