The Spendor LPZ tweeter is built around a stainless steel front plate that forms an acoustic chamber directly in front of the lightweight diaphragm. The phase correcting microfoil equalises sound wave path lengths whilst generating a symmettrical pressure environment so the tweeter operates in a balanced linear mode. The D7 mid-bass drive unit has an advanced EP77 polymer cone, whilst the low frequency drive unit uses a bonded Kevlar composite.
Hi-Fi Choice magazine
"There's something about the way the D7 goes about it's business that makes the music magic."
"I was mightily surprised by with the new Spendor D7, whcih seemed totally at home just centimetres from a rear wall. There wasn't so much as a hint of bass sloppiness, the bass staying taut, supple and decently extended."
"Ultimately though, choosing a speaker is all about getting the sound thats right for you, and for me the transparency, delicacy of touch and overall musicality - allied to that tidy, well-behaved bass and smooth treble - seals the deal."
"The result is a speaker that is lovely to listen to, no matter what you throw at it."