Wharfedale has launched a new microsite about its new Diamond 11 Series range of speakers, that features curved cabinets
The microsite includes a five-minute Designer’s Notes video in which Peter Comeau, Wharfedale’s Director of Acoustic Design, describes the speakers’ key features.
It also incorporates various drop-down details, including annotated images and animated clips.
Wharfedale Diamond 11 Series speakers arrive in stores in quantity in August.
To see the site, click www.wharfedale-diamond11.co.uk
Dave hattey29th July 2017 at 3:18 pm
Small stand mounts,and stand mounts in general, are my favorite segment of two channel audio. Astonishing improvements the past twenty years.
Mark23rd April 2019 at 9:43 pm
They are super speakers, but how do I remove the tweeter? Is it stuck? It just doesn’t work .. omg
Drazen B5th August 2019 at 2:25 am
There’s a video on youtube of a guy taking the 11.2 apart. It’s not straight forward as it seams, the metal ring is literally glued on the outer plastic speaker ring which is screwed only by 4 screws to the baffle (there are a lot more screw holes than the screws applied). You will need to pry the metal aluminium ring off unfortunattely if you need to remove either the tweeter or the midrange/bass driver. It mat not end up looling pretty, so caution is advised.
While these new generation Diamond speakers perform flawlessly and look the part (I own standmount 11.2 and floorstander 11.4 models) the assembly of the drivers to the baffle is very primitive and basic.
May I ask, why do you need to remove the tweeter? Cheers.
Paul Rigby5th August 2019 at 11:51 am
Hi Drazen – just a bit confused as to the direction of your query, so we’re taking speaker mods and DIY here? This news piece was just an overview of the design, nothing more. I’m afraid I wouldn’t recommend performing drastic mods of the type you mention.