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    Been waiting for these wonderful new Epos ES14N for some years and now they are at Radlett Audio.

    More to come.

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    This is the stunning new Eos ES14N in Walnut.

    Absolutely stunning speakers, well worth waiting the 40 years since the original.

    On XF stands because I couldn't access their own single pillar stands at this time. The custom stands do sound good and look very smart.

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    They look good Dave, and very, very good reviews, and at a good price point, could be tempting.
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    Similar sound signature to the originals Dave?
    Was that what Epos were going for?
    Warning: I have no data to back this opinion up.

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    No, not much like the originals which by today's standards are closed in and rough. Modern drivers, especially tweeters are far more advanced.

    The ES14N is fast, clean and punchy with a very natural mid band. I have been struggling to find a brand to fill the holes in my speaker portfolio (3) and now these have done it. Well pleased.

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