Really you are the second person to think thatand the price is?
There's no price listed in the review.
Since when do we use Euros in the UK? Besides which, a price is ordinarily posted at the top of a review on the right, just below the top image. The prices given are only relative to individual constituent parts, yet the review appears to be in relation to a 5.1 package someone would buy as a 5.1 package?Really you are the second person to think that
prices are stated in the review as
Monitors S €1,599 a pair with a matte finish or €1,699 for the gloss version.
Centre €799 for a single speaker in the matte version or €849 for a gloss finish.
Surrounds €1,599 for a pair with a matte finish or €1,699 for a pair in gloss.
Sub 1 €899 with a matte finish or €949 for the gloss version.
ooo I could almost afford that, But then I need to buy an amp too, and ideally an OLED etc etcThe combined price for the components reviewed (5.1 speaker package) would be €4,596. This equates to as near as damn it £4,007.
The package would consist of:
1723 Subwoofer 1
2x 1723 Surround S
2x 1723 Monitor S
1723 Centre S
All in matte black. If wanting a Gloss finish then add another £261 to the price.
The Arendals are pretty flexible in terms of installation but if you're planning on putting your speakers right up against the wall then you might want to consider the XTZ Cinemas instead.Great review of the "smaller" arendals. Did you test them with the LCR backs against a wall? The reason I ask is that I don't have space to leave a gap at the rear and I am wondering if a speaker system that's designed to be sealed like the XTZ Cinema might be better?
I put the prices further down in the body of the review rather than at the top where I normally would because they are priced in Euros, so the actual UK price will obviously fluctuate.Very nice I'm sure but I wish you would put the price at the top - reading reviews of kit I can't afford should be a choice and not a magical mystery tour ending in disappointment!