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Eosone RSF 400

Tower Loudspeaker System (1995)

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Eosone RSF 400


Type: 3 way, 4 driver loudspeaker system

Frequency Response: 38Hz to 22kHz

Recommended Amplifier: 25 to 125W

Crossover Frequency: 400, 4700Hz

Impedance: 8Ω

Sensitivity: 86dB

Bass: 1 x 200mm cone

Midrange: 1 x 100mm cone

Tweeter: 1 x 12mm dome, 1 x 19mm dome

Enclosure: bass reflex

Dimensions: 1029 x 279 x 381mm

Year: 1995



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Reviewed Mar 13th, 2017 by jim

Highly regarded audiophile 3-way bass reflex dipole tower speakers designed by the famous Arnie Nudell of the Infinity and Genesis brands. His concept for this brand was to distill high quality affordable speaker technology at the best price point. They use high quality drivers. An interesting part of the design. features rear facing tweeter and midrange drivers in addition to the fronts. Rare to find that design in a dynamic tower configuration. RSF stands for Radiant Surround Field. They are designed to produce a wide sound field, and minimize side wall reflection. There down fall was an exclusive marketing agreement with Best Buy.
Polk later purchased the company. They sound good and have relatively small foot print but are tall.
If you can find a pair under $ 200 grab them. Both the midrange and woofer have foam surrounds so buyer beware these usually fly under the radar and punch way above their weight class.



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