Thank you for the review. Really glad to see a review at something in the budget price range. An interesting product with a few different tweaks to the norm.
I can remember back as far as the era of the Diamond IV, going to the local hifi shop and compared this with Heco Interiors, Mission 760 (not injected then) and some Rogers speakers they put up there that were out of budget (as hifi shops always used to do!).
I chose the Hecos, but had mates with the 760 and the Diamonds. The Wharfedales were the best for parties!
Good comprehensive review as usual Ed - I think many of us remember Wharfedale products with fondness from our early tentative forays into the world of hi-fi.
And in my opinion they've always punched above their weight for value and reliability.
A brand that many snobs turn their noses up at because they're not 'sexy' or 'hip', but more fool them.
In many ways they are like BK - great products at a fair price that many manufacturers further up the food chain could learn a lesson from.
My decade old 10.1's have recently been re-perpoused for av duties, still sound great! Like many, they were my first steps into the world of hifi and it's so good to see the range still moving forward and getting rave reviews.