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AVS Forum articles Contests. OR Remember. Old , PM - Thread Starter. However, I would like to challenge this. The SM65 are definitely the overall winner per the 4 criteria above, but to be fair, the SM65 retail at a higher price, so they should be better. Remove Advertisements. Old , PM.
Definitive Technology is a distinctively American brand. Whereas many designs gravitate towards becoming cube like in their proportions, DefTech has eschewed this convention and gone for a design that is significantly deeper and taller than we are used to. It looks more like a desktop computer, or a classic speaker design that has had a little extra depth tacked on to the end. This is by no means a criticism. The SM65s are available only in a black finish which, while nice, is nothing exceptional. On the inside, there is a good deal of corner and cross bracing which goes a long way towards helping to make the cabinet inert and unable to muddy the audio with extra, superfluous vibrations. The twin, 5.
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Update: We now have a full review out of the StudioMonitor65 Speakers. Definitive Technology has been making quality loudspeakers for a long time. Their newest bookshelf offerings look to be continuing that trend. Of course, when you haven't put out a new speaker in 10 years, you expect there to be a bit of a redesign. Def Tech has completely redesigned these new SM speakers and have improved everything from appearance to performance. Just glancing at the aesthetics of these speakers reveals that they've already improved on the former, boxy, StudioMonitor offerings.