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Zu Audio Soul Supreme Review – Promising Something New to Music Lovers

Dec 16, 2014 02:30 PM EST | By Adelyn Torralba
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If you are looking for a new set of speakers, you probably have read or heard about the latest Zu Audio offering, namely the "Soul Supreme." Your interest may have been piqued so greatly that you are already prepared to shell out money for it. Before you do so, it is recommended that you first learn more about it as much as you can.

According to Zu Audio itself, the Soul Supreme will give you the "Zu103 high output nano infused full-range driver," as well as the Radian 850 based tweeter equipped with ClarityCap MR caps plus the Mills top-shelf MRA-12 resistor. To ensure an optimal performance, the manufacturer has also used Zu Event internal cables to connect each and every part of it. As an added bonus, the 5-way/ZuB3 combo input connection system has also been incorporated into the speakers.

Some of the features that you can expect from the driver are expanded dynamic contrast, less harmonic distortion, high quality detail resolution, and very smooth high frequencies. The internal parts of the speakers have been attached to a frame comprised of heavy aluminum alloy.

CNET has described the audio equipment as a mini tower speaker that has a height of 96.5 cm (38 inches) and a weight of 32 kg (70 pounds). Rate of impedance is at 16 0hms, which is definitely greater than most of the other speakers of similar features available today. This does not mean that the equipment is difficult to handle, as it is surprisingly an easy-load.

In a nutshell, if what you would like to invest in is a set of speakers that are not only really pleasant to listen to but also gives more energy than most of what is available in the market nowadays, the Zu Audio Soul Supreme may just be what you are looking for.

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