Designers and builders of Loudspeakers in the BBC tradition
To ensure greater production consistency Stirling Broadcast is switching to glued on rear panels across the range. Extensive testing has revealed no performance changes.
Stirling Broadcast releases an “Ultra Low Distortion” version of their LS3/5a V2 loudspeaker -
Howard Milstein of The Sound Advocate reviews the LS3/6 here: “ Like its much older sibling, the Spendor BC1, the Stirling LS3/6 is a music lovers’ “dream come true” ”.
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Howard Milstein of The Sound Advocate says “Like its much older sibling, the Spendor BC1, the Stirling LS3/6 is a music lovers’ “dream come true” loudspeaker. As such, it is a resounding high-
The Absolute Sound reports that our LS3/6 "maintains the near perfect midrange neutrality of its ancestor but adds much greater dynamic capacity and extension".
“The proven Stirling Broadcast LS3/5as is now offered in a V3 version, featuring a new, higher quality crossover, utilising closely-
“The Stirling SB-
”lots of natural fiber here and the sound was gorgeous to boot.
After FM Acoustics and Brodmann, this exhibit became our third pick for best sound of the event and proved that big wallets aren't necessary to enjoy good sound.”
Designed by Derek Hughes the AB-