Dali Spektor 2 review

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On paper, there’s little to differentiate Dali’s new Spektor 2s from any of their main rivals. These speakers stick to the classic budget standmounter formula like Superglue sticks to fingers.

There’s everything we would expect from a typical £200/$200 box here, from two-way driver configuration and ported bass tuning right the way through to the 25mm dome tweeter and 13cm mid/bass driver.

But as with any dish, culinary or (in this case) acoustic, the list of ingredients only tells you so much – and those familiar with Dali will know it has something of a talent for budget boxes.

So it proves with the Spektor 2s.

Build

Take them out of the packaging and the first impression is good. They’re nicely made, without quite giving off the quality feel of a pair of similarly priced Q Acoustics 3020s. Still, the panels line up well and general fit and attention to detail is good.

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