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Sensitivity for a small loudspeaker was very high at 88dB, +2dB up on the earlier model, but this is achieved by using a 3.6 Ohm d.c.r. bass unit. Measured impedance is now an industry-standard 6 Ohms however; the old Denton 80th measured 8 Ohms. Such high sensitivity means amplifier of 40 Watts will go very loud; high power is not needed.

The new Denton 85th Anniversary Edition will sound lighter and brighter than the 80th, due to slightly raised tweeter output. It has smoother bass that runs deeper and will sound controlled when close to a wall. Sensitivity is very high too. NK

 

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