When you move, you have to leave behind lot of things. I sold my Monitor Audio RX6 before I moved to California. Bay area has its feel to it. Leave behind that fast life of the city and stay in valley. And you realize you need the speakers that synchronize with world outside.
This time when I was looking for speakers, I was in for Bookshelves, especially B&W 685 S2. For years these speakers have been a benchmark for anything under a grand. Just before I made the purchase I was recommended for Andrew Jones’ new ELAC debut series B5, B6. Andrew Jones is known to do wonders on a budget.
Meet the ELAC Debut B6
The preorder was worth the wait. These speakers out of the box sounded sweeter than most speakers under the grand. Minutes later, I decided them to run-in for 20 hours.
Post run-in the speakers opened up to wider soundstage and sweeter vocals.
Good music was never so affordable. Better than anything under $700.
Whether you’re an entry level audiophile or planning to get 2nd set of bookshelves, B6 won’t disappoint. Pair the Debut B6 with a decent integrated amp like Marantz and you’d have a killer budget, yet fully audiophile-grade stereo system.
These speakers blow away the competition at a very competitive price without sacrificing quality. The ELAC Debut B6 is that speaker. It’s a stunning achievement. Thank you Andrew!