Wilson Audio Specialties Chronosonic XVX Loudspeaker, Subsonic Subwoofer & ActivXO Crossover

We added Wilson Audio to the list of amazing manufacturers that we sell earlier this year, and the response from you – our incredible customers – has been amazing. We recently read this fantastic review in The Absolute Sound, and wanted to make sure you saw it too. Here are a few tidbits:

“I’ve lived with many of the world’s greatest loudspeakers in my home, and heard countless others at shows, but I’ve never heard a speaker quite like the Chronosonic XVX. It is the most realistic sounding, the most musically expressive, and the most intellectually and emotionally engaging loudspeaker I’ve heard.”
“I can’t imagine anyone, no matter what their preferred speaker brands or listening biases, not being captivated by the XVX’x lifelike presentation. After all, real is real. The XVX isn’t just a milestone for Wilson Audio; I believe that it is a landmark achievement in loudspeaker design.”
“It is impossible to overstate the effect of this transient fidelity on the sense of realism, and of conveying the life, vitality, and energy in the music. This speed, weight behind transients, and lack of overhang was amplified by the XVX’s ability to extend the performance into the bottom octaves.” 

You can read the full article here, and every audiophile will thoroughly enjoy it. If you want to hear how Wilson Audio speakers sound for yourself, come to the store and we’ll set you up. Or simply call to ask any questions or order a pair (and get free installation too between now and Sept 30, 2020!).

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