Just in time for Christmas we have another review to share with you. The Geometry Series Vector Loudspeaker will be gracing the pages of leading British Audiophile journal ‘HIFI+’ this month. Editor in Chief Alan Sircom, follows his Vertex review in Issue 88, in which Alan commented:
Some loudspeakers try to be musical instruments, this tries to be a reproducer of music in its entirety… It does what speakers are supposed to do, and so few really achieve; it plays what it is given – Alan Sircom, Editor, HiFi+, 2012
The Vector takes over where the standmounted Vertex left off. A 2.5-way design, the Vector is fitted with the same proprietary Wilson Benesch drive technologies. The loudspeaker reproduces the same precision, superb timing and timbre, but with the addition of a dedicated bass driver allowing reproduction of lower bass registers. The frequency response is 35Hz-30KHz.
The Wilson Benesch Vector is an outstanding loudspeaker. You need to take some care in what it works with, but when suitably fettled, the Vector tells you the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. If you want to know how your music sounds, it sounds like this – Alan Sircom, Editor, HiFi+, 2012
We would like to thank Alan and all the HIFI+ team for the excellent review. The full unedited PDF can be download here.
For more information on the Vector, Vertex or any other Geometry Series product you can view the product pages.