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"And how do the Danes do sonically? Nothing to complain about!" STEREO magazine.
Five stars from the Germans
When German hi-fi magazine, STEREO, reviewed the Dali Zensor 7 speakers, they awarded them a full five out of five stars. When it comes to providing a full range sound at an affordable price, it's hard to see how they could fail.
Lower bass, sustained for longer
One of the main reasons for buying a floorstanding speaker is sheer bass power and dynamic response. The Zensor 7's don't disappoint. With a cabinet almost 1m tall and twin 7-inch bass cones, the Zensor 7 packs powerful bass. Compared to the smaller Zensor 5, it goes lower, has greater depth and can sustain deep bass notes for longer. Its dynamic reach makes it ideal for all types of music, from large scale orchestral to pulsating Dance music.
Powerful, refined and detailed response
The twin bass cones of the Dali 7 feature wood fibre construction, usually only found in Dali's more expensive designs. This lightweight yet rigid material helps give the Zensor 7 speakers a refined, detailed and powerful sound. The treble's soft dome construction gives upper notes a smooth yet precise sound and make the Zensor Seven is simply one of the most realistic sounding floorstanders at its price point.
As you'd expect from this quality Danish brand, the Zensor 7's are also exceptionally well made. The solid cabinet has an attractive glossy front baffle, with recessed drive units for a smoother style. Contrasting with the gloss black cabinet are the aluminium supports, which give the design a stylish edge whilst also performing a practical function of support.
For a bigger sound in medium to large sized rooms, the Dali Zensor 7 is a force to be reckoned with.
To get the best from these premium speakers, we recommend speaker cables from premium suppliers Audioquest, Atlas, Chord and QED. Custom made lengths and terminations are also available. Please ask in store for advice.
|Magnetically Shielded||Are they magnetically shielded? Allows speaker to be placed near a CRT TV/Monitor or sensitive magnetically stored data without the risk of damage.|
|Sensitivity (dB)||The higher the figure the easier the speaker is to drive - meaning a lower powered amp may be used||90|
|Impedance (ohms)||Resistance. Average figure is 8 ohmns. Figure halves when doubling the number of speakers||6|
|Bi-wireable||Are they bi-wirable? Separate earthing for tweeter and woofer - when used with bi-wiring cable gives a more precise sound|
|Power Rating (Watts)||Maximum power rating - long term/short term (RMS)||150|
|Dimensions||Dimensions of speaker cabinet excluding any spikes, feet or binding posts. (H x W x D) in mm||978 x 205 x 312|
|Weight||Weight of each speaker in KG.||14.9|
|Black||Is the finish of this speaker black?|
|Wood||Is the finish of this speaker wood style or wood?|
|Other Colour||Is the finish of this speaker another colour?|
|Freq Response (Hz)||The lower the first figure the deeper the bass should be||40 - 26,500|
|Speaker Enclosure Type||Type of speaker enclosure. Infinite baffle cabinets are sealed and so are often less fussy about placement. Usually they do require a little more power to drive, though. Bass reflex speakers are usually more efficient than infinite baffle designs but may require more care in terms of placement. Rear port designs, in particular, usually need at least 15-30cm (6 - 12 inches) between them and the wall behind, for a balanced bass response. ABR = Auxcillary Bass Radiator (looks like a standard bass cone but without power)||Bass reflex - front port|