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  1. Wharfedale Diamond 9.1 review

    Wharfedale Diamond 9.1 review

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    Having celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2007, Wharfedale is the quintessential traditional name in British hi-fi speakers, with a history that extends back to the very birth of the product.

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    Wharfedale Opus2-M1 review

    Wharfedale Opus2-M1 review

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    The Opus2 M1is the entry-level model in the range, but still costs £1,000 plus an additional £300 for the (optional) column stands

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    Wharfedale Airedale Neo review

    Wharfedale Airedale Neo review

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    If you happen to live in Yorkshire, you'll know that Wharfedale is one of the incredibly beautiful Yorkshire Dales. The rest of us will recognise 'Wharfedale' purely as the name of one of the first British specialist loudspeaker manufacturers

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    Wharfedale Diamond 9 HCP review

    Wharfedale Diamond 9 HCP review

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    Long famed for being one of the most amazing tiny boxes ever sold, the original Wharfedale Diamond spawned a positive dynasty of Diamond branded speakers. This is the 5.1 distant descendant of those days

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    Wharfedale Diamond system review

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    The original Wharfedale Diamond, a compact bookshelf/stand mount stereo speaker, was launched back in the early '80s, almost as an afterthought at the end of a long stream of new models at a memorable press event.

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    Mission System review

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    There are certain synergies between this system and its opposite number from Wharfedale. Once they were competitors, but the IAG parent company of Wharfedale has recently completed its takeover of Mission.

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