The Dynaudio Special Forty speakers are an absolute bargain for their beguiling looks, great sound, and the pedigree of the company’s 40-year history building stellar speakers. I found SCM19 to be superb speakers but in comparison to 30.1 they did sound a little lean. I’ve read that the S40 may show bass issues in smaller rooms as it pumps out a lot of bass energy. You might find you’re unable to return them. “Flabby and boring” is not something I would have associated with them I must admit. I could listen at the dealers but am seeking some thoughts from folks who have owned or currently own the ATC or Dynaudio. Joy Division’s “Unknown Pleasures” (among other things) sound boring. New York, I came from PMC which I still really enjoy but for me the ATC’s are better. However, they do lack lower bass extension and are very unforgiving of poor/average recordings. But they won’t sugar coat a poor recording or hide a less-than-top quality source. However as said above speakers are very personal things… I love them, and FWIW those friends of mine in the professional music recording business seem to appreciate them as well because of their natural low colouration performance, including comments on the low colouration/accurate bass and lower mid (using a 552/250) … but you do need quality amplification for them not sound dull or uninspired (due to their low colouration) … and a long audition… you might just start to re discover your recordings again. This is thrilling music. Never tried S40 due to rear port. By the way, I am going to a Harbeth dealer this weekend, and I hope to hear the 30.2, compact 7, super HLS5…pretty excited. At the end of 2018 I had six weeks’ worth of home auditions with various speakers (Neat, PMC, Dyns and ATC). The engineers worked on improving airflow and damping behind the 28mm tweeter dome - the idea is to reduce back-pressure as the diaphragm moves, increasing detail and lowering distortion. That is very intriguing — almost makes me keen on hearing them at home. The motor system has also been tweaked. FWIW I tried the Dali Mentor Menuet in the main system and it sounded rather good. ryder. Except pretty much all of them were way cheaper. We like the tonality too. Dynaudio Special 40 for sale. I’m switching my system to a bigger room in the coming months so I may be tempted going active with ATC 40A (or stick with my SL2s). Speakers on short wall. I owned special 40’s, and they are a great all around speaker that do every genre quite well. Initially I was looking at the Dynaudio S40 but after some investigation on the internet it appears that the SCM19 may have a more truthful sound and an all-round more balanced speaker. But once we start listening none of that matters. Each drive unit can cover quite a wide range – the tweeter is can delve to 1kHz, while the mid/bass is comfortable up to 4kHz – but the crossover point is fairly conventional at 2kHz. Many movies and albums are mastered on Dynaudio studio monitors and to my ears they sound tonally neutral. I’m thinking if I should just get the SCM19 and call it a day. The tweeter and mid/bass units are mated by a relatively simple first order crossover designed to minimise phase and impedance issues. Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled. I tried both the ATC SCM 11 and 19s and the Special 40s on the end of my LP12/Oppo 205/Nac72/Hi-Cap/NAP250 system and I found the ATCs good but a bit boring and a tad flabby. Apparently they are making changes after what they learned with the new Confidence line. I think they are briliant for piano. Dynaudio’s award-winning anniversary speaker, Special Forty, has been given a makeover with two stunning new finishes. Our 40th anniversary speaker might look simple, but there’s some serious tech lurking inside… all designed, engineered and assembled in Denmark. Wow, 40 years. We love the way these speakers reveal the texture and attitude in Jill Scott’s voice on Gettin’ In The Way. The Special Forty's voltage sensitivity is specified as 86dB(B)/2.83V/m; my estimate was a little lower, at 84.4dB/2.83V/m. NY 10036. We've taken care of the tech. I love that album on my system… full of visceral energy and drive…such as tracks like Disorder and Shadowplay… curious why so different… I use a 552DR into 250.2 into my 19s. Fast and clean sounding with a not overpowering bass, The last words I would use to describe their speakers are “flabby and boring”. Dynaudio Special Forty Anniversary Speakers The NEW Special Forty anniversary speaker draws on 40 years of cutting-edge research – and brings it totally up to date with Dynaudio’s most celebrated techniques and technologies. ATC SCM19 vs Dynaudio Special 40. I now own buchardt s400 speakers which are fantastic bookshelves speakers well worth consideration. © It was as if they lacked the ability to throw the sound out into the room. Skanderborg, Denmark | November, 2020 - Dynaudio has launched its new, limited-edition Heritage Special passive stand-mount loudspeakers – handmade from top to bottom, inside and out, at its headquarters in Denmark.Started as an ‘off-the-radar’ project and developed under top-secret conditions at Dynaudio Labs, it’s now ready to be unveiled. Dynaudio didn’t just plonk in the units from the C1 - the drivers have been fettled, with markedly improved results. The engineers worked on improving airflow and damping behind the 28mm tweeter dome - the idea is to reduce back-pressure as the diaphragm moves, increasing detail and lowering distortion. March 3, 2020, ... 2020, 5:07pm ... 2020, 5:20pm #5. However it’s limited in the bass department, lacks a bit refinement compared to Harbeth and sounds slightly lit(not exactly a neutral sound although fun). You know your system is amazing when you can not stop listening and stop thinking about what you can improve upon . No small feat. But much else has changed, from the suspension to voice coil former and magnet system. Dynaudio Special 40 for sale. Hi-Fi Corner. I used DRA Labs' MLSSA system and a calibrated DPA 4006 microphone to measure the Dynaudio Special Forty's frequency response in the farfield, and an Earthworks QTC-40 for the nearfield and spatially averaged room responses. The domestic models are all infinite baffle, and so a tight bass, but the cost of a tight bass is lesser bass extension for size of cabinet and/or reduced sensitivity compared to reflex designs. Black Vine is a striking contrast of dark veneer shot through with vivid orange, while Ebony Wave is a captivatingly sinuous take on the classic hardwood. No listening time on these. Same views as above not flabby and boring but totally show the music as is. There’s a natural fluidity to this speaker’s midrange dynamics, and we admire their ability to tie a multitude of instrumental strands together in a convincing and musical way. Dynaudio has made any number of two-way standmounters, of this size and with drive units that look pretty much identical to the ones used here. MORE: Best speaker deals - hi-fi, Bluetooth, wireless. Tweeter covers were never removed. is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. I would still keep the Harbeth though perhaps move it to another room. ATC’s founder and design guru Billy Woodman is a jazz pianist and ATC have always put faithful reproduction of piano as one of their main design goals. Wow. They sound great with piano – I listen to a lot of jazz. The top end is surprisingly similar to 30.1. 30.1 has top of the range Seas Excel tweeter. We have a confession. The rest of it is down to a combination of composure and dynamic reach that allows these boxes to cope brilliantly with the demanding crescendos of this piece. It's based on what you'll find in the Confidence and Evidence ranges and uses a sophisticated hybrid magnet system for lower distortion and higher power. With suitably talented electronics the Special Fortys will shine - these are superb standmounters. Hi-Fi Corner. I am going to a Harbeth dealer this weekend. I owned ATC 19s v2 for over 15 months and really enjoyed them. You take care of the music. Dynaudio didn’t just plonk in the units from the C1 - the drivers have been fettled, with markedly improved results. Moving to Bruce Springsteen’s Radio Nowhere shows the Fortys can cope with dense production while delivering a sound with drive and plenty of energy. Time sure does fly. The Special Forty can fit in with any decor, with a sound that's similarly low-key, but that's why they'll wear well over time. Buying speakers by reading reviews is like buying wine by the label… fwiw I have special 40’s and I didn’t listen to anything in comparison! I like how you can hear everything clearly in the mix, with Hook’s bass driving the rhythm. Original owner, mint 10/10 all boxes and packing but not for the stands. S40 are recommended to have at least 50cm behind them, they are rear ported. ... And we’ve poured every one of our 40 years of hi-fi experience into creating it. The time is NOW and something Special arrived.. Nevertheless I’m really looking to gain more airiness in the treble and a slightly brighter tone with piano, but not an overly lean or bright sound. While these speakers are great at revealing low-level information, they’re just as happy to rock along with something and just entertain. 17cm Woofer Dynaudio's best 17cm woofer yet. Candidates for speakers are probably either Spendor A4 or Dynaudio Special 40s. The Special 40’s will remain one of my fave bookshelf speakers ever but the Heresy IV has now become a speaker that I enjoy just as much, if not more than my Dynaudio. ... Born in 1986… raised in 2020. They’re also magnificently detailed, digging out the low-level acoustic clues that define a recording venue with ease. It’s a salute to traditional high-performance Danish audio design. Put aside the gorgeous finishes – the options are Birch in either grey or red gloss – and there seems little to differentiate the Fortys from a stack of products the company has made in the past. Dynaudio Special 40 Bookshelf Speakers Cutting-edge acoustic technology in a classic Dynaudio design. They have very smooth treble, with fantastic mid and tight bass. The New Dynaudio Special Forty. Partnered with good electronics they really shine. The Super HL5 Plus sounds great but I think it is slightly too big for the room. The Special Forty's 6.7" woofer is based on Dynaudio's 17W75 MSP unit, but features an improved spider for better motional symmetry. The new Dynaudio Heritage Special. In this casa, we love piano concertos…. ‘Heritage Special’ isn’t just a name. Cutting-edge acoustic technology in a classic Dynaudio design. Smaller than Super HL5 Plus and have a very nicely balanced neutral/natural sound. That neutrality is not for everyone, but for me I do like it very much, as the treble is not hot at all and actually quite sweet sounding if the speaker has the world famous Esotar2 tweeter (Contour range and above and the new Special 40). Our Special Forty review samples aren't brand new, so it doesn't take long for them to come on song. I’m looking for a high quality mid-sized bookshelf for a smallish room 3.2m x 7m. Only other speakers I’d consider are the ProAc D2R… I like speakers that make music! That 17cm mid/bass unit still uses the company’s traditional MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) cone – it’s a one-piece cone using the large dome in the middle to aid rig… I do toy with trying other speakers occasionally. Was only used for display purposes. Available in two special finishes not to remove the originality of the limited-in-number Special Forty mk1 which were … You will receive a verification email shortly. There’s a good sense of depth, which extends the presentation well beyond the confines of our listening room. We’re far too busy having fun. It’s not that there is a lot wrong with the Special Forty - it's just the design seem a little too familiar. I consider 30.1 to have the best mid range of any speaker I’ve heard, and that includes the mighty SCM40 (surprisingly close but 30.1 just edged it). MORE: What Hi-Fi? I think a home audition would be essential as I suspect they will sound very different from your Hebrooks and I would make that trial long enough for your ears to become accustomed to their sound. They image well too, the orchestra organised with precision and stability. This resolution is apparent whatever genre of music we play. Thank you for signing up to What Hi-Fi?. I'm currently upgrading my setup that I've had a few years now: Arcam A19, Marantz NA7004 streamer and Kef R100 speakers. I did move on though, if that means anything, but I like trying out new speakers quite often, until I find the one.It might be of interest to you that a guy on the AVS Dynaudio forum just posted that he is currently in Munich at a dealer, and he told him Dyn is upgrading the special 40’s and the entire Contour line soon. I’m leaning toward the ATC in satin white but am afraid that they might sound to lean and bright since I’m so used to the sound of the Harbeth (going into the 12th year of ownership now). They sound far bigger and more authoritative than a speaker that stands 36cm high has any right to. Will ship original box and packaging with everything included. Oct 09, 2020: 2 : FOR SALE: Dynaudio Special 40's , Grey Birch: Bookshelf Speakers: USD $2000.00: NJ : Oct 07, 2020: 3 : FOR SALE: Dynaudio Audience 7 Speakers - Super clean! Search the Bluebook database on Audiogon, the High-end Audio Community ". They require careful placement, but the bass on the S40s is amazing for their size and, at £2,500 a pair I think they are incredible value. The ATCs I listened to were a lot better than the PMCs, which had a really annoying “graininess” to them and which struggled to play rock. That drive unit array may look straight out of the £600 Emit 20 (or even the Contour 1.1 from over a decade ago), but it’s actually based on the drivers used in company’s high-end Confidence C1 model that retails for ten times this price. I am the second owner. These speakers don’t provide a particularly difficult electrical load – nominal impedance is claimed to be 6ohms – so most price-compatible amplifiers will be happy driving them. May 2017.Introduced by Dynaudio to celebrate forty years in the loudspeaker business, the Special Forty caught my eye at the Danish company’s Munich High-End exhibit.Not the grey birch but the red.. That spark of initial physical attraction – a red veneer married to a … Just not very exciting to my ears. I’ve got the Atc scm11’s and absolutely love them. If Dynaudio did not handle every aspect of design and production in-house, the speakers would cost significantly more. Put aside the gorgeous finishes – the options are Birch in either grey or red gloss – and there seems little to differentiate the Fortys from a stack of products the company has made in the past. Indeed, Woodman has talked about the problems (particularly rapid dynamic swings) challenging loudspeaker designers and inherent in reproducing piano sound. These speakers are indeed designed as something of a homage to the company’s past, but they’re not meant to be museum pieces. March 6, 2020, 11:57pm #81. Visit our corporate site. An airy extended treble and good tone especially with pianos (since I listen to a lot of piano these days) are some of the traits I’m looking for, apart from having the ability to play everything with aplomb. No such problems with the Dyns, which I fell in love with straight away. Here we are in 2018 (as I write this) and last year in 2017 Dynaudio released the new Special 40 Speakers to celebrate 40 years in the business. The cone and its central dome are formed in one piece from Dynaudio's proprietary magnesium-silicate-polymer (MSP) material, claimed to offer "a precise combination of stiffness, stability, rigidity and damping." The reception of the original Special Forty has been so great that Dynaudio has opted to re-release it. @Ryder How do the Fortys sound? They’re surefooted when it comes to timing and rhythms too, rendering the changing momentum of a piece well while keeping our toes tapping. You need to consider placement given the relatively short 3.2m distance. The new Special 40’s follow in their tradition of releasing “special” speakers when they hit certain anniversaries. The ATCs had lots of qualities, transparency, detail, neutrality, balance, but they made Led Zeppelin and Joy Division’s “Unknown Pleasures” (among other things) sound boring. Got to admit that I don’t listen to much solo (classical?) Sign up below to get the latest from What Hi-Fi?, plus exclusive special offers, direct to your inbox! Dynaudio considers high performance monitors to be an area of particular strength and says the Special Forty is offered as homage to classic Dynaudio monitors from the past, such as the Special One, the Special Twenty-Five, the Crafft, and the Contour 1.3SE. Dynaudio claims this to be the best 17cm mid/bass unit it makes, which is quite some claim considering it has far pricier two-way models on its books using similar drivers. The speakers have been well cared of in a smoking-free and animal-free home. There was a problem. This DSR precision-coated 28mm soft-dome tweeter is unique to the Special Forty. Buying speakers by reading reviews is like buying wine by the label… fwiw I have special 40’s and I didn’t listen to anything in comparison! "Tonally, the Special Forty is smooth and easy, but as I continued to listen it was the speakers' clarity and resolution that made the biggest impressions. Future US, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, 15th Floor, Pricing Contour 20i: $5,250 per pair Contour 30i: $8,250 per pair Contour 60i: $10,750 per pair Contour 25Ci: $3,750 each Special Forty Dynaudio Special Forty (Ebony Wave) Can be a bit bright on demanding orchestral/choral music but that I think is more a function of my room. Evoke. Campfire Audio Dorado 2020, Vega 2020 review (and podcast) November 24, 2020 Old’s kool: Dynaudio’s limited edition Heritage Special November 23, 2020 HELM’s Bolt is a $99 portable DAC for Spotify, MQA November 20, 2020 The treble is said to be more extended and slightly brighter than the Harbeth P3ESR but it is smooth and not bright. If you like piano then you’ll love 30.1. Dynaudio has made any number of two-way standmounters, of this size and with drive units that look pretty much identical to the ones used here. piano, so I may not be the best person to ask! I do agree with you with the grain on some of the PMCs I tried… I just couldn’t live with it… and often brought a sharp unnatural sibilance to choral music, and compressed close miced vocals. I’ve owned the Atc scm 11 mk2 for over 3 years I hate boomy flabby bass so can’t understand the above post they are also very smooth in the treble. MORE: How to buy speakers and set them up for the best sound. Positioning is simple - we end up with them placed on solid stands, a metre or so from the rear wall with just a hint of angle towards the listening position. Dynaudio Heritage Special Loudspeakers - PAIR $ 7,000.00 Dynaudio Hub Wireless Transmitter for XEO and XD Speakers $ 299.00 Dynaudio Music 1 Wireless Music System $ 499.00 $ 349.00 They are great in my room 4.7 x 3.7 on the long wall. 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