Dali Spektor 6 review

When Dali first announced a new budget range of speakers, we immediately wondered if this was the death knell for the much-admired Zensor series.

But the Spektor range isn’t here to replace the long-standing Zensors; they offer a new, slightly lower-priced entry point to the Danish loudspeaker company’s range.

We’ve got the flagship and only floorstanders of the range here, and expectations are high: the £500 Spektor 6s promise to offer big wallops of exciting sound for an affordable price.

Build

One look at the wood-pulp drivers and the mix of cabinet textures (vinyl wrap and leather effect) and you won’t mistake these Spektors for anything but a Dali.

These are two-way speakers with the 25mm soft-dome tweeter joined by two 16.5cm mid/bass units. Around the back you’ll find two bass reflex ports, which help to augment the floorstanders’ low frequency output.

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