Wharfedale denton 80th anniversary bookshelf speakers
Back to the future with Wharfedale’s Denton 85th Anniversary Edition speaker
The Wharfedale Denton 85th Anniversary Edition is a time machine of sorts, a speaker that recalls s British audiophile sound, but it's much better than that. The Denton is more transparent, with bigger and better-defined bass, and a more spacious soundstage than any affordable British monitor could muster back in the day. It's a two-way design with a 1-inch 25mm soft dome tweeter, and a 6. My samples' genuine red mahogany veneer is stunning, but it's also available in walnut, and the woven "tungsten" cloth grille adds a touch of class to the overall impression of the speaker. It's a very easy on the eyes design.
Don't be fooled by the name Wharfedale. This is a quality Japanese item; a Rotel amp rebadged for the British market in Fantastic 60w amp and looks really cool with a retro set up. Tuner has a lovely, rich sound and the green lighting looks nice. Can run 4 speakers and has quadrophonic 4 channel or 2 channel output. Pretty rare item; well built. Love it.
Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Having spent significant time with the Wharfedale Dentons I purchased recently, I feel like I'm ready to comment. I would first start off by saying that everything the professional reviewers as well as the members of this site say about these is pretty much spot on. Not only that, but I think they're one of the finest speakers I've ever heard, period. For the price, they are indeed an absolute steal. Midrange was very close in quality and refinement to the Monitor 30s.
These speakers are deliberately retro in feel thanks to a vintage-look mahogany veneer, recessed front baffle and tungsten-coloured grille.
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Wharfedale Denton Speakers (Pair) - Mahogany
These speakers are deliberately retro in feel thanks to a vintage-look mahogany veneer, recessed front baffle and tungsten-coloured grille. Wharfedale has paid homage to the past by specifying a ferrite magnet for the textile soft-dome tweeter rather than the currently fashionable Neodymium alternative.