We like upgradable hi-fi. It’s an excellent way to preserve your initial investment and still get an improvement in sound.
Brands like Naim and Cyrus have built their business on modular electronic designs that can be improved by the addition of an external power supply or internal modification.
We’re not used to seeing such a flexible approach taken with speakers, and that’s what makes Danish brand Audiovector such an interesting company.
Its product ranges are organised around a base cabinet – floorstanding in the case of the SR3s – and then the rest of the line-up uses ever-more-advanced drive units, crossovers and structural changes to improve the performance as the price increases.
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