Written on: 16/08/2012
Ottimi ad un prezzo cosi basso difficile avere di meglio… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2012 by frankitti77 (1 review written)
Well what can I say........I have never owned a pair of quality speakers before, I have always had cheaper equipment. After a lot of time researching speakers and amps I went for the Wharfdale Diamond 9.1's all black with a Denon DM37 unit and I was not to be dissapointed. I had the opportunity to buy a pair of £400 Mission speakers which sounded fantastic in the demo room but once I heard the 9.1s I was sold. For £199 the sound quality was pretty much the same as the more expensive… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/04/2012 by EganSafari (2 reviews written)
These make good studio monitors, but in comparison to the Diamond 8.1s I've used for a couple of years they lack depth and tone. In my room the 8.1s have a far superior bass response without the boominess I get from the 9.1s. Having said that, maybe it's just me, as most of my colleagues seem to think they're better. Hear them before you buy them, that's all I'm saying… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2011
There is a lot of high praise for these speakers and they won many awards in the hifi press a few years back. Similarly the same sort of praise is levelled at the almost exact same sized Tannoy Mercury M1. However, I think there is no better way to judge whether anything is as good as they say until you actually listen yourself. I decided I would try them both in comparison to each other and my very large Wharfedale Airedale SP monitors. The Airedales are massive beasts over a meter tall and… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/02/2011
Hi, im bought these speakers about a year ago and i think they are amazing speakers im runing it on a fatman (by TLA Audio) Carbon III and there even better then arcam muso's which i lent off my dad and there about £200.00
each my overall rating of these speakers are 10/10 :)… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2010 by welldc (4 reviews written)
Recently bought Diamond 9.1's at £100.
They look good, seem well made and sound great. I use a Cambridge Audio 640c cd Player and NAD C340 amp and I am more than happy with the sound.
After a bit of 'running in' the sound is detailed, excellent breadth and all but the deepest base is well handled.
At this sort of money they are an absolute bargain… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2009 by bogomir (1 review written)
Good value for money. Best thing of this Wharfdale Diamond 9.1 speakers is stereo image and clear crisp sound. Also has some disadvantages. The sound is quite dark and need amplifier with a lighter sound. I have connected this speakers with NAD C 352, but i am not so happy with it. Yes configuration has good crisp sound, but something in overal sound is missing. I dont know, the sound is so "closed", nothing "live" in it. Maybe becouse of amplifier. Is very neutral sounding amp. In my opinion… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/06/2009 by mattosan (1 review written)
These Wharfdale Diamond 9.1 speakers have bought my system to life, and at such a good price!
they give absolutely fantastic detail and clarity. The sound stage these produce hits you from the start, instruments sound defined and distinct.
Vocals sound astonishing through these speakers beautifully reproduced and the tweeter seems very high quality for the price. The base produced by these small units is surprisingly full and deep. Its a good choice speaker for someone who listens to a wide range… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2009
The Wharfdale Diamonds are so great sounding, I have listened my whole cd collection all over again, something I would never have done if I did'nt bought and coupled them yo my NAD L40. Match made in heaven!
They seem to like the NAD L40 !
The soundstage that they delivers at this price is simply astonishing. What I wanted, they deliverd. Space- no problem! You can put them close to a wall, or in a TV cabinet, and they just delivers! A slight toe-in is neccesary though. Musicality- no… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2008 by jafsm07 (1 review written)
I lived, I think since 1993 with a pair of Epos 11 connected to my Audiolab 8000A, unfortunately my female Dalmatian thought that one of the Epos was food and you can imagine.
As it was not my thought change my speakers and time is not so good to spend money I decide to buy a pair of Wharfedale Diamond 9.1, because of what the reviews that I read in magazines and internet. I was so afraid of this speakers, so cheap, that they were two days in their box, I was thinking in changing for something… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/03/2008
I paid 108'for the Wharfdale Diamond 9.1 boxes and an wonderful world of music came to my ears. What more needs a happy man… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2008
I was very impressed with these speakers, although should point out that I'm far from an audio expert. But the sound was extremely clear and well-defined, which is all I wanted (my previous speakers, Q Acoustic 1010s, were slightly muddy and indistinct). Mid-range and top-end are very clear, to the extent that the speakers sounded almost too bright to my ears, especially when playing pop and rock music. In my opinion, for pop/rock, other speakers might be better than the Diamond 9.1s, which… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/10/2007 by gvm0116 (1 review written)
Don't let the cheap price deceive you. The Wharfdale Diamond 9.1 is one of the best all round performer speakers out there. Don't even think how these small giants would fare to Bose's 201/301, they are definitely much better!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/01/2007 by Rich Willoughby (1 review written)
These speakers punch well above their price level - their sound is full and even, filling all but the largest rooms - I auditioned speakers in the next price bracket above these but was still glad I chose the Wharfdales. They now sell these speakers for even cheaper which makes them an absolute bargain. They also look tremendous… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2006 by Mark Westley (3 reviews written)
Having owned, and been not entirely happy with, Monitor Audio Bronze B2 (good but with a sting in the tail in the treble), Mordaunt Short 912i (very detailed but unnaturally bright) and B&W 601s3 (very smooth but almost to the extent of being veiled and also very directional), I had obviously heard a lot about the Wharfedale Diamond 9.1, but assumed that it would be a backward step. How wrong I was! Having heard, and subsequently bought a pair, I can only say how impressed I am with these… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/07/2005 by dharmasteve (6 reviews written)
These well made Wharfdale Diamond 9.1 speakers perform way above their pricerange. Midrange is really superb. Nitin Sawhneys Beyond Skin album tests bass to its low limits. The Diamonds really control the difficult bass and percussion on Anthem without a Nation. Of course many floorstanders have a deeper bass but these have great control for their size. After running in, these speakers reproduce Jazz and Folk, Classical and Rock with a close up feel and a marvelous soundstage. My Musical… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2005 by EJB (1 review written)
Old Audiophile downsizing. I read the reviews for the Wharfdale Diamond 9.1, listened to the speakers and now they are in my lounge I can't believe the sound quality.
Bass, extended and so controlled.
Mid range, clear and crisp.
Top end, pure.
Separation and imaging is first class… Read Full Review
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