WHARFEDALE: Denton 80th Anniversary Edition loudspeaker test review

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Wharfedale Denton 80th Anniversary edition

HiFi World: The Wharfedale Dentons’ 1960s retro look will inevitably be a matter of taste. Personally, I love it. But taken on sound quality alone there’s no argument: Wharfedale have produced a very impressive, sophisticated, detailed and musical speaker here at an almost bargain price of £500. They combine class-leading levels of detail, coherence and a toe-tapping factor that just demands you keep listening. You could easily spend a great deal more and end up with much less than the Dentons deliver. Factor in the superb build quality and there’s no doubt Wharfedale has done a fine job of updating a classic from its illustrious ...

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  • Ray Purchase

    Always interested to see highly rated speakers with square edges. According to some people diffraction effects are to be avoided at all costs, with the boxes consequently smoothly curved into organic shapes. And yet we have vintage and modern speakers with, presumably, the worst possible shapes that sound great (e.g. ATC, Harbeth, these Wharfedales). I prefer the look of the square boxes, anyway.