Jamo S604: Bookshelf Speaker

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Quality, performance and value for money are the hallmarks of the new Jamo S604. This compact bi-wireable bookshelf speaker features a 2-way bass-reflex configuration, ensuring pin-sharp imaging and great bass response.
  • Waveguide Tweeter
  • Aluminium Centre Plug
  • Price per pair

Quality, performance and value for money are the hallmarks of the new Jamo S604.
This compact bi-wireable bookshelf speaker features a 2-way bass-reflex configuration, ensuring pin-sharp imaging and great bass response.
Price per pair

Feature

  • This compact bi-wireable bookshelf speaker features a 2-way bass-reflex configuration, ensuring pin-sharp imaging and great bass response (down to 50Hz), belying its compact size. As with all models in the S60 series, a 1? (25mm) ?Waveguide? tweeter is utilized.
  • The S604 features a 6?in (165mm) woofer set in an attractive gloss black front baffle. Available in either dark apple or black ash cabinet, the S604 combines good looks with great sound ? what more could you ask for!
  • The Jamo S604 speakers offer excellent value for money – without compromises in design or sound.
  • The powerful 80W speakers, ideal for compact Hi-Fi systems or for use as Rear speakers in Home Theatre, are supplied with wall mounts. They are available in Dark Apple or Black Ash finish
SKU: S604 Category:
Weight 6100 g
Dimensions 344 × 185 × 271 mm
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Waveguide Tweeter

  • Jamo’s ‘WaveGuide’ Tweeter is characterised by a slightly concave shaped faceplate.
  • This design ensures a more uniform dispersion of the high frequencies (2-10 kHz) and minimises sound diffraction and distortion in the critical vocal range, as well as improving the sonic transition from the tweeter to the other driver units

Aluminium Centre Plug

  • The mid/bass drivers feature technology from the Jamo D8 flagship models by replacing the traditional dust cap with an aluminium centre plug.
  • By reducing unwanted pressure within the driver unit, this design allows increased freedom of movement, improved heat dissipation and better power handling.
  • The result is a more uncoloured sound with superior ‘attack’ and faster transient response