Home Theatre – Preview

Building a home theatre system can be a daunting undertaking. A major advantage of using the Jordan Eikona is that it’s a straightforward, single speaker driver installation. Cabinet volumes can range from 5 to 15 litres, depending on what you want to achieve. It’s simple yet flexible. We have a number of customers who have used 5 or more Eikonas for their home theatre systems. 

Currently, Jim in the USA is building a house on the edge of the Arizona desert. The building is being made from traditional adobe brick and will include a home theatre system. We received a fun email recently about progress on his home theatre and he was kind enough to allow us to share it:

“I got impatient waiting for the house to be completed so I put together a make-shift home theater system including left, right and center speakers.

I have to say I am thoroughly enjoying listening to the Jordan Eikona speakers. They sound fantastic. They sound entirely neutral, detailed and flat across the frequency spectrum, at least to my ears. Most home theater speakers and sound bars sound over-hyped. But not the Jordans. They really sound good!

I really do enjoy the Jordan speakers. Their ability to produce a natural sound is uncanny. Pianos, strings, drums, whatever, all sound like they do in real life. When you listen to other speakers, you realize how colored their sound really is. For the fun of it, I went to a local hifi shop and listened to some speakers that cost up to $5000, including some Bower & Wilkins. I did not like any of them. In comparison, they lacked clarity, coherency and were fatiguing. Besides watching movies, I have also been streaming a lot of music. No matter the source material, the Jordans are easy on the ears.”

We’re supporting Jim with advice and recommendations during his home theatre project, something we’re very happy to do for all our customers. If you would like to find out more about our speakers or what we can offer, do get in touch or sign up to the newsletter.

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