Coincident Triumph Signature
Last time we listened to it, we thought it needed to go to finishing school. Since then, it's had a couple of semesters.
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That word "Signature" is a tough one to carry. The name seems to say that the product is the designer's Magnum Opus, the masterpiece he is proud to sign as his best work. When we last listened to this speaker in UHF No. 57, we thought it was a little too early in its development to bear the name. Since then, Israel Blume has done some work on his design. The model name remains unchanged, but Blume was confident enough in his work to submit it again. Our impression: this speaker does seem to have moved closer to having earned its title.
(To read the entire review, order the print version of UHF No. 60)
Model: Coincident Triumph Signature
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