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MSRP (pair): $695.00
Series: Chorus 700 V

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Review from theabsolutesound.com

(12/03/2008)... A perfect example of just how good entry-level loudspeakers have become is the Focal Chorus 706V.... Cabinet rigidity is usually given short-shrift in entry-level products, but not in the 706V.... Instead of limited bass extension, muted dynamics, and a focused intimacy, the 706V had a big, robust, and dynamic presentation that reminded me of a moderately sized floorstander.... This speaker will play loudly, go low, and do both at the same time. Consequently, music had a lively, upbeat, visceral quality, which served rock, electric blues, and some jazz particularly well.... Moreover, the bass was tuneful and taut, and had good pitch articulation...»read full review

Review from techradar.com

(04/03/2009)...Driver configurationAll the panels are finished in a rather dull Amati vinyl woodprint.... Focal's familiar inverted-dome tweeter has a 25mm alloy diaphragm, driven by a rather smaller voice coil.... A front port provides bass reflex loading and signal is applied via a single terminal pair. An edge abovePositioning is important here.... Having got the positioning right, the speaker really starts to punch out of its class.... Voices have good integrity and coherence, with no unpleasant forwardness or 'shouty' tendencies and there's little evidence of unwelcome time-smear...»read full review

Review from whathifi.com

(03/14/2011)...In action the 706Vs sound just as bold and assertive as they look...The bottom end hits hard and delves deep, the mids are detailed enough to allow vocalists full expression, and treble is crisp and textured...In fact, they have only one significant flaw: their reluctance to properly describe and organise any kind of rhythmical complexity holds them back somewhat..»read full review

Review from stereophile.com

(01/27/2002)...But in recent years, JMlab, too, has been producing ever more affordable speaker designs.... L'histoire The Chorus 706 is the brainchild of Jacques Mahul, founder and director of technical development for the French company Focal JMlab.... The front-ported cabinet has vertical and horizontal bracing, and the front baffle is of MDF for added rigidity.... The Chorus 706 had the most intriguing and paradoxical tonal balance of any inexpensive speaker I've heard.... That last comment requires explanation. I'll start with the glorious midrange, the 706's greatest strength...»read full review

Review from avguide.com

...It's also quite an achievement to get this level of bass extension and dynamics from a small enclosure. The overall presentation was well balanced tonally, free from grain and etch, and uncolored...»read full review


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