(2019) Stereo Loudspeakers Over $10,000

Price: AU$17,999 per pair including stands

Website: www.dynaudio.com

Edgar said: The Dynaudio engineers were able to balance high levels of transparency and detail while simultaneously providing one of the truest and sweetest presentations I’ve experienced for quite some time.

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The gist: Super-refined standmount from the venerable Danish company.

Price: $15,500 per pair

Website: www.egglestonworks.com

Jeff said: I think that, for most audiophiles, buying a pair of Kivas can be a set-it-and-forget-it proposition -- and these days in high-end audio, that’s rare.

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The gist: Excellent bargain in a high-end, full-range boutique speaker.

Price: $29,500 per pair

Website: www.gryphon-audio.dk

Jeff said: Ownership will begin with choosing the color of the speakers’ side panels, and when you’ve set them up, they’ll deliver to your room the classic Gryphon sound: warm, expansive, detailed but not bright.

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The gist: Ever dream of owning a Gryphon?

Price: AU$18,600

Website: www.hulgichaudio.com.au

Tom said: The words “balanced” and “believable” appeared in my listening notes a number of times. Their detail retrieval, tonality, imaging and soundstaging are all superb.

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The gist: WATT/Puppy-ish-looking loudspeaker offers good value.

Price: AU$16,995 per pair including stands

Website: www.sonusfaber.com

Edgar said: Given its most extraordinary handling of the mid-band, its more than capable low frequency performance vis-a-vis its stature and the superb tweeters’ delicate yet resolving high frequency performance, I’d wager that the Electa Amator III will reach the station of highly-prized classic in years to come.

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The gist: SF has always produced special minimonitors, and here’s another.

Price: $18,000 per pair

Website: www.vividaudio.com

Jason said: Their combination of solid, forward-thinking engineering, unique appearance, excellent finish, and stunning sound make them a standout product.

Reviewers' Choice

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The gist: If the Giyas look strange to you get these.

Price: AU$64,995 per pair

Website: www.wilsonaudio.com

Edgar said: The transformation of Sasha 2 to Sasha DAW reflects the steadfast desire of the Wilson Audio engineering team to produce a new speaker, a reinvention, worthy of a commemorative appellation.

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The gist: A fitting tribute to a legend in the industry.

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