The massively accomplished GR20 was a hard act to follow, but its successor, the GS20, pulls decisively ahead in all respects, combining gorgeous aesthetics, sublime sonics and superlative build quality. Its two-and-a-half way, three-driver configuration is built around a unique dual-cavity cabinet design, in which the 6 1/2” RST®II bass and bass-mid drivers work into separate enclosures, tuned to different frequencies and impedances. This provides improved power handling and delivers faster, deeper, more dynamic bass and greater transparency through the crucial mid-range. Above that, the gold C-CAM® tweeter ensures a smooth, detailed sound all the way up to 43KHz, exploiting the full potential of the latest wide-bandwidth digital formats.
- Anti-resonance build: driver held by innovative zinc alloy clamp system; traditional tongue and groove construction; extensive vertical and radial internal bracing.
- 6 1/2-inch die-cast aluminium chassis bass and bass-mid drivers featuring a new Rigid Surface Technology RST®II, C-CAM® alloy cone profile.
- A new 1” C-CAM gold dome tweeter extends high frequency performance to beyond 40KHz.
- HiVe®II port design: the new port technology uses a straight rifled construction to aid air flow and reduce turbulence.
32 Hz - 43 KHz
Maximum S.P.L (Per pair in room)
Power Handling (RMS)
Recommended Amplifier Requirements (RMS)
40 - 150 W
Dual Chamber Bass Reflex with Differential Tuning (HiVe®II Technology)
Tweeter Crossover Frequency
Bass Crossover Frequency
Drive Unit Complement
1 x 6” RST®II bass driver
1 x 6” RST®II bass / mid driver
1 x 1” (25 mm) gold dome C-CAM® tweeter
External Dimensions: Excluding Plinth (H x W x D)
924 x 206 x 280mm
(36 3/8 x 8 1/8 x 11 inch)
External dimensions: Including Plinth (H x W x D)
934 x 322 x 363mm
(36 3/4 x 12 11/16 x 14 5/16 inch)
Weight Including Plinth
20.6 Kg (45.3 lb)
Hi-Fi Choice Magazine
"First class loudspeakers that successfully combine detail, emotion and atmosphere with pace and dynamics...Brilliant."
I bought these speakers from a person who also had sonus faber cremona m, which cost 5 times more than GS20. For my taste GS20 sounded much better in sense of details, and much wider sound picture, but this person tells me that the reason why he wants to sell them is because they are too bright. I think that GS20 is not to bright its unbelievably CLEAN, and that's not the same thing. I recommend these speakers to everyone who like a spacious sound, crystal clear sound, and the more important thing is that you don't need to spend 2 years to find an adequate amp for your speakers, like I was doing before GS, with dynaudios, tannoys.... Spend your time enjoying listening to music, not to be a slave of equipment. You can always improve sound of your system, but it will cost you money, and time, and you always would be satisfied 99%, remains only one, but then lose the sense of listening music. At the end of this my theory the GS20 looks beautiful, and sound loud and clear.
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