Developing the discrete cavity technology of the GS20, the four-driver GS60 recreates the deep bass and authentic scale of a performance, bringing lifelike power, dynamics and realism to music and film. Yet its tall, slender appearance is anything but overpowering. Like all models in the Gold Signature range, the flagship is a monument to the cabinet-maker's art: immaculate real wood or piano gloss finishes are blended with modern industrial design and superb attention to detail. Even if you think you've heard it all before, the GS60 will take your breath away.
- Anti-resonance build: driver held by innovative zinc alloy clamp system; traditional tongue and groove construction; extensive vertical and radial internal bracing.
- 6 1/2 inch die-cast aluminium chassis bass and bass-mid drivers featuring a new Rigid Surface Technology RST®II, C-CAM® alloy cone profile.
- A new 1" C-CAM gold dome tweeter extends high frequency performance to beyond 40KHz.
- HiVe®II port design: the new port technology uses a straight rifled construction to aid air flow and reduce turbulence.
28 Hz - 43 KHz
Maximum S.P.L (Per pair in room)
Power Handling (RMS)
Recommended Amplifier Requirements (RMS)
60 - 200 W
Sealed Mid-Range Enclosure. Dual Chamber Bass Reflex with Differential Tuning (HiVe®II Technology)
Tweeter Crossover Frequency
Bass Crossover Frequency
Drive Unit Complement
2 x 6” RST®II bass driver
1 x 6” RST®II mid driver
1 x 1” (25 mm) gold dome C-CAM® tweeter
External Dimensions: Excluding Plinth H x W x D)
1060 x 206 x 330mm
(41 3/4 x 8 1/8 x 13 inch)
External Dimensions: Including Plinth (H x W x D)
1070 x 322 x 403mm
(42 1/8 x 12 11/16 x 15 7/8 inch)
Weight (Including Plinth)
27.1 Kg (59.7 lb)
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Using these with a Bryston bp26/4bsst a great bit of synergy in my opinion. Great open soundstage , detail, good bass. I am trying to upgrade these but finding it difficult. Best £2k speaker I have heard, the hi fi world review is spot on as is the review above, they benefit from top class amplification.
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