Loudspeaker System (1987-03)
Type: 3 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system
Frequency Response: 35Hz to 27kHz
Power Handling: 125W
Crossover Frequency: 800, 4500Hz
Bass: 1 x 250mm cone
Midrange: 1 x 125mm cone
Tweeter: 1 x 25mm pure titanium dome
Finish: oiled walnut
Dimensions: 597 x 362 x 286mm
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Reviewed Apr 18th, 2016 by bergo46
Firstly the 4410's are a flat out, conservative, objective 7+ PERIOD. Meaning that if you were to hook them up to your receiver etc... and the results have you question my judgment in a negative way. The cause would be anything other than the speakers. Secondly, my personal opinion is that the 4410's qualify for being branded as the (that'll do pig) speakers. I have never heard them sound like (well, they could have done a little better.) No, its always (s*** I thought they would sound like crap in the closet, but that's not bad.) In a way you could say that they try along with you, instead of fighting... Like that pair of speakers that will remain nameless. To sum it up, I'd say that the low's are well rounded and warm, the mid's are clear and even, and the high's ting, they don't hiss anything out at you. The drawbacks would be 1. the low drivers not being quite big enough to fill that larger size two story living room. And in that event you could go with the 4412's but that's another story. And 2. If money is on the tight side, well the answer is a big fat no. (A: the Initial cost $500-$1000 not including shipping. They are heavy. B re-coned, re-capped, NOS drivers $$$. Every thing must be in good shape for that 7 or better to be a reality.) That is not to say that they wouldn't be worth the ramen diet for a while.