Harbeth C7ES-3 XD Loudspeakers | Review by Parttimeaudiophile

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In addition, there was that weird Monitor 30.2 experiment that was forced on me at the 2018 Capital Audiofest where Eric Franklin Shook and David Blumenstein tried to convince me that Harbeths were not the speakers I thought they were, something about them really wanting to rock but only with performances captured in studios within a very specific geographical region in the UK. I wasn’t quite convinced, which is a very nice way to put it, and that made me long for a pair of something from Alan Shaw’s workshop just to set the record straight.

Then, out of the blue, I was asked to review the latest version of the C7s, the Harbeth C7ES-3 XD. I didn’t even blink. It’s been a while since a pair of Harbeth speakers have been in my possession. Too long. I’d like to think it’s due to Harbeth orders being backordered for months, a problem I would have loved to have as an importer/distributor.

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