We loved the Russell K Red 100, but in a way we love the Red 50 even more. It’s a small, easy to listen to, easy to drive, and easy to love two-way standmount loudspeaker, perfect for small houses with big ideas on the way music should sound. The Red 50 is Russell Kauffman’s take on the Linn Kan, as demanded by his speaker builder. The Red 50 shares the same tweeter, the same absence of internal damping, same specially made enclosed field ferrite core inductors, even the same PCB for the crossover, with the Red 100. This makes them close family members, but each with a sound that is unique and uniquely entertaining. These are loudspeakers that are designed by an engineer with a long heritage in audio, but designed to sound fun, too.
In black piano gloss, a pair of Red 50 cost £1,100, but one lucky reader will get a pair for free in our fantastic Russell K competition.
What type of Inductor is specially made for the Red 50 crossover network?
A. Air Core Inductor
B. Enclosed Field Ferrite Core Inductor
C. Ferrite Core Inductor
To answer, please visit Russell K’s dedicated competition page at http://russellk.co.uk/competition.php. Alternatively, send your answer on a postcard (including your name, address, and contact details) to “Russell K competition, Russell K Ltd, Wentworth House, 81–83 High Street North, Dunstable, Beds LU6 1JJ”. The competition closes on September, 3 2015.
The Russell K Red 50 competition will run from July, 2 2015 until September, 3 2015. The competition is open to everyone worldwide, but multiple, automated, and bulk entries will be disqualified. The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries, will be contacted via email (where possible) and their name will be published in the magazine. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
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