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"There's meticulous attention to detail, both with big crashes and quieter moments, and the timing is resolutely surefooted."
–What Hi-Fi Sound & Vision magazine 5-star review
"These might be cheaper than their closest rivals, but don't discount them - you really need to hear the Zensor 1s."
–What Hi-Fi Sound & Vision magazine.When one of Scandinavia's premium loudspeaker manufacturers puts their mind to making a class-leading budget speaker, there's a fair chance that it's going to be pretty good but, with the Dali Zensor 1 it's better than that. Much, much better in fact! With rave reviews from across the world's hi-fi press, the Dali Zensor One is very much a top contender. Take a look at the construction components and it's not hard to see why.Key to the Zensor's detailed yet refined and powerful yet tuneful sound quality is the bespoke wood fibre bass woofer. Of a design usually reserved for their more expensive models, the Zensor 1's bass cone gives a dynamic and precise sound that you'd usually expect to find from far more expensive speakers. Partnering this impressive bass unit is a similarly high performing treble unit. Soft dome construction gives upper notes a smooth yet precise sound. When taken as a whole the Zensor One is simply one of the most realistic sounding speakers at its price point.Despite its budget price, the Zensor 1 is none too shabbily constructed, either. The solid cabinet has an attractive glossy front baffle, with recessed drive units for a smoother style. Thanks to the integrated wall bracket, it's practical too. Combined with its compact size, the bracket makes the Zensor 1 ideal as an AV satellite speaker as well as a quality stereo one.Neat and stylish, engaging to listen to and affordable. Not for nothing has the Zensor won so many awards - prepare to be impressed!
"These are currently our favourite compact, affordable floorstanding speakers."
–What Hi-Fi Sound & Vision magazine.With drive unit technology you'd usually expect to find in more expensive speakers and Dali's typical high level of build quality, the Dali Zensor 5 floorstanders are hard to beat.The twin bass cones feature Dali's wood fibre construction that's usually only used in their more expensive designs. This lightweight yet rigid material helps give the Zensor 5 speakers a powerful, dynamic sound that's also refined and detailed. With there being twin woofers, you can also expect a pretty deep bass response and an expansive sound stage. Partnering these impressive bass units is a similarly high performing treble unit. Soft dome construction gives upper notes a smooth yet precise sound. When taken as a whole the Zensor Five is simply one of the most realistic sounding floorstanders at its price point - without the excessive boom and wallow that can afflict some rivals. Yet, it's also punchy and deep, when required, too!As you'd expect from this high quality Danish brand, the Zensor 5's are also exceptionally well made. The solid cabinet has an attractive glossy front baffle, with recessed drive units for a smoother style. Contrasting with the gloss black cabinet are the aluminium supports which give the design a stylish edge whilst also performing a practical function of support.Perfect for full range stereo and also ideal as the front speakers in a home cinema system, the Dali Zensor 5s are amongst the best in their class.
Designed to be the perfect sonic match for the Dali Zensor range but also impressive as a stand-alone centre speaker in other brand home cinema systems, the Dali Zensor Vokal centre speaker uses Dali technologies to great effect.Key to the natural vocals and accurate dialogue are the woofer cones. Made from a unique wood fibre material, these cones offer the perfect balance between light weight and rigidity. The outcome is an articulate mid-range that's especially expressive with vocals. Working in harmony with the woofers is a soft dome tweeter. This gives fine upper range detail whilst still managing to sound smooth and refined.With its glossy black front baffle, the Zensor Vokal doesn't just blend well with the other Zensor speakers in terms of sound quality, but it's the perfect aesthetic match, too. Front porting allows the speaker to be used close to a wall.Great speech comes naturally to the Dali Zensor Vokal.
"A solid 170W of Class-D amplification is ample for even the largest room, and a downward-firing reflex port adds fixed-boundary reinforcement."
–What Hi-Fi Sound & Vision magazine.Partnered with the Dali Fazon 3 system, the E-12F subwoofer helped secure the system a five-star review in What Hi-Fi magazine. Considered one of the finest budget subwoofers from Dali in some time, the E-12F certainly doesn't want for critical praise.Featuring a 12 inch, aluminium woofer unit, the Dali E-12F is capable of moving a great deal of air with piston-like efficiency. Aluminium is extremely light yet rigid, ensuring that the E-12F is both quick to respond yet also subtle enough to provide a textured bass response. Attached to the cone you'll find a quad layer voice coil and large magnet. These give the E12F not only great bass control but also long term reliability.With its Class D, digital amplifier built-in, the E12F produces an immense 170 watts. This low distortion amplifier provides the bass cone with a powerful, well-balanced sound that works well even in the largest of rooms.Situated on the rear panel of the E-12F you'll find controls for volume, phase and frequency cut-off. There's also the option of auto power for added ease of use. For a clean, purposeful look, the E-12F uses a magnetic grille fixing to give smooth lines when removed.With Danish style and sound, the E12F is one thumpingly good subwoofer.
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