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Last updated: 16 Oct 2018

Hands on Review: Devialet Phantom Reactor
16 October 2018

Hands on Review: Devialet Phantom Reactor
By What Hi-Fi?

Sound quality:

Its sound is no less familiar. At a hotel briefing, we hear a handful of songs over Apple AirPlay, and each lays bare the speaker’s direct, clear and effortlessly room-filling delivery.

Indeed, the Reactor’s scale and loudness belies its modest proportions - spookily so, you could say. For some living spaces, the Reactor may still seem over the top. After all, its 98dB volume capability is comparable to the loudness of a drill.

We can hardly say we’ve been twelve rounds with it – that'll come later when it goes head-to-head with similarly-priced rivals in our test rooms – but we’ve heard enough to suggest it should be a contender at the money.

First up is a jazzy classical track, and the drubbing snare and kick drums make a dramatic entrance, emitting from the Reactor with clarity and impact.

The speaker’s bass depth eats up the wicked bass guitar line that opens Rachelle Ferrell’s Sista, which is thick and quick out of the two animated woofers. It bumps along nicely below her vocal, which soars above with scale and – again – heaps of clarity.

That notable vocal delivery is demonstrated with George Benson’s The Ghetto, too, his soulful vocal crooning not only direct but attitude-laden, and a good advert for the Reactor’s articulate and warm balance.

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    Devialet New Phantom Reactor
    10 October 2018

    This is Phantom Reactor, a new breed of wireless speaker. By stretching size and performance beyond reasonable limits, Devialet engineers have brought to life the only ultra-compact home sound system capable of delivering high fidelity and physical impact, whatever volume you listen at. Insanely powerful. Defiantly small. You won’t know what hits you.
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    The Master Switch : Devialet Phantom Review
    3 October 2018

    The Master Switch Devialet Phantom Review
    Review by : ROB BOFFARD

    "What We Like:
    The Devialet Gold Phantom has the best bass of any wireless speaker, ever. That is a fact.
    The overall sound quality is excellent, especially given what you pay.
    The design is just incredible, and the level of technology will put a smile on anyone’s face.
    Free Tidal subscription."


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    HRS E1 isolation base
    22 September 2018

    The E1 Isolation Base is for customers who want true HRS performance in a very cost effective design configuration. The E1 uses the same primary isolation stage technology found in our more expensive isolation base models combined with a completely new plinth construction. The all new HRS developed constrained layer damping plinth provides excellent performance and unique value for our customers.


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    We completed a new stereo cartridge "Takumi L"!
    20 September 2018

    -Takumi L- NEW !
    Normal Takumi is inexpensive and easy to use.
    "Takumi L" upgraded Takumi by Line cotact.
    Takumi L has a wider frequency range than Takumi.


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