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Discontinued item

Jamo Concert 9 Series C 93 II

Bookshelf speakers (White Oak)

MFR # 1066716

Jamo Concert 9 Series C 93 II

Jamo Concert 9 Series C 93 II

Bookshelf speakers (White Oak)

MFR # 1066716

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Amazing

gary j from Lucama, NC on 8/5/2020

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I have them hooked up to the B channel on my Cambridge azur 851A and they blew me away. I have Polk Audio RTi A9's on the A channel. Totally amazing.

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Wow

Crutchfield customer from San Ramon, CA on 7/7/2020

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Scary clear sounding speakers, amazing imaging and big sound stage. If you were hesitant to purchase these speakers, just pull the trigger you will not be disappointed!

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Perfect pair!

Louie from Round Lake, IL on 7/5/2020

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My first high end pair of speakers ( based on MSRP). I've been waiting for this chance to get hold of this type of quality set of speakers but they are not within my price range. Thanks to Crutchfield, I was able to get these at a very generous discount. I have a 12 ft. X 12 ft. den with a "thrift shop" audio system. These are old but not tired premium audio gears from the mid 80's. A sub woofer is too much for this small room but I want a little bit of low end punch to my music. Jamo Concert Series C93 II fits the bill perfectly! I'm no expert. Just somebody who loves good sounding stereo music and for me these speakers are perfect. At low volume, I can still appreciate the music with clear highs and lows and with the mid that every reviewer is talking about, I'm very satisfied with it. Just like any old stereo system, I have a dedicated equalizer where I can tweak the sound to my taste. I can also crank it up if I want to listen outside my room(e.g. cooking in the kitchen). Hands down, these speakers beat my now formerly "most expensive speaker I've ever bought", Polk Audio Tsi300 floor standing speakers( bought half off MSRP at a clearance sale). Thanks Crutchfield!

Pros: no need for sub woofer on a small room set up good looking set of speakers

Cons: None

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Little Giants

Joe from Endicott, NY on 6/13/2020

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Decided to downsize to bookshelfs from floors standers Paradigm studios 60s very happy with these speaker for a bookshelf the bass is tight and and punchy mids and highs are very detailed would best describe them .These are matched up with my Adcom gfa 545 and McIntosh Mx 113 preamp tuner all i can say about these speakers is that i am very impressed with these .

Pros: Punchy tight bass mids and highs are spot on

Cons: For the price none

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Super Smooth and silky

Ken from Northwest Indiana on 6/11/2020

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Like another reviewer of these speakers i think that they don't get enough reviews . I have mine hooked up to a vintage NAD2200 Power amp that was just recapped and cleaned, A NAD1240 Pre amp and a Sony SACD PLAYER. I purchased both NAD pieces new in 1987.As i get older my listening preference is low to medium volume with the loudness button pushed in sitting about 5 feet from the speakers .Also, In the last year i have had klipsch rp600 s , 2 different sets of Elacs, revels ,focals ,and a vintage set of Vienna Acoustics all being book shelf speakers. To me the Jamos are more clear with very tight controlled bass, beautiful mids ,and bright but not fatiguing highs . If you like to listen loud for long periods of time buy the klipsch 600s which are not as good as the jamos at lower listening levels but are still very good . But if you chase clarity and high end audiofile sound like I do , buy the jamos.

Pros: To many to list !

Cons: Now i want to buy the towers .

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Jamo Concert 9 Series C 93 II

Crutchfield customer from Fenton, MI on 6/3/2020

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Considering the price I paid (on sale for about 60% off) maybe it should be a 5 star review, but these definitely are not perfect. Build quality is good, they look great and sound great, until whatever you're listening to is not a very good recording, then they sound harsh to the point where I thought, several times, that maybe the woofer and/or tweeter is blown and considered boxing them back up and returning them. Then skip ahead to a few different songs and it's like they're a whole new pair of speakers, I have a 7.1 system and when I listen to these in stereo mode, with a good recording, I can easily get fooled into thinking I have all 7 speakers going, the soundstage, detail and imaging definitely have the potential to impress. In the end I'd definitely recommend these, assuming a good sale price...

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Phoenix

Kevin from Phoenix on 3/3/2020

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I think these are under reviewed and underappreciated speakers. I have a pair of Sony ss-cs5 speakers in my secondary kitchen system that kept out performing (at least by my taste) the much bigger and more expensive speakers that I had on my main system and returning or reselling because I wanted my main system to sound better than the secondary system. Mostly it was the highs. I like good highs and the Sony's do high frequencies excellently. These are the Speakers that Finally Equaled the Sony's in the Tweeter department but they also have a big, open, airy sound that kind of blew my mind. I don't go to Audio shows or go out of my way to hear supper high-end systems, but in my limited experience, I don't think I've ever heard anything better. They get fairly low for a bookshelf speaker. I do have a SubWoofer that I bought before I purchased these. If I hadn't already bought the subwoofer, I probably wouldn't have bothered to get one. I have the crossover set to 50hz and the gain only turned up to about 15%, so my subwoofer does very little. If the woofer were turned off or broken it would take a while for me to notice. The only thing I can imagine people might dislike about these is that the mids, although very clear, are a bit quieter than the highs and lows. A bass-head might not be satisfied with these, but I imagine that if these don't provide enough bass, not many other bo

Pros: Clear, open, detailed, and good looking speakers.

Cons: Somewhat recessed mids

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