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I’d rate the soundstaging ability of the Tanto’s to be first-rate.  They kept a solid center image and then threw big images outside of the speakers, all while playing loud and complex music.  They might be state-of-the-art in this regard. 

Complete review: http://www.dagogo.com/View-Article.asp?hArticle=178

 
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To say that I enjoyed the sound of the Tanto speakers would be an understatement. Each time I listened to them, I was glued to my chair for longer periods of time, instead of doing other constructive things. During extended listening sessions - even at louder volume levels - my ears never felt fatigued.

 
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The Gemme Tanto’s are quite a quality product. They’re beautifully crafted. Smartly engineered, wondrously supported, and beautiful sounding. They are a small package with a big sound. Their sound has all the ability and quality to enable real musical enjoyment usually provided by much bigger and more expensive speakers. I recommend you audition them with the best amplification available. Not because they demand it, but because they deserve it.

 

Complete review: http://www.sonicflare.com

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GadgetsJanuary 16, 2009

The Gemme Audio Phenix Green Gem Loudspeakers a must have for all music buffs

by Namrata Dixit

The CES 2009 revealed to the world some of the most extravagant and lavish products that money could buy. Here is another product that promises to make your pockets lighter by quite a few thousand dollars. The Gemme Audio Phenix Green Gem Loudspeakers were displayed in an exquisite suite on the 31 floor of the Venetian hotel in Vegas. These hi-tech speakers boast of incredible sound quality and are sure to please any music lover. Each set comes as a trio: the 12-cubic feet bass enclosure with 2 15-inch drivers (600 watts, rated at around 100 dB per watt), and a pair of Soprano mini-speakers, each with a 6-inch “ultra low mass” midrange driver and an Alnico (Aluminum/Nickel/Cobalt magnet) powered tweeter. What is unique about these speakers is their make- they are actually exquisitely built by hand in New York, order by order.

So if you have the time and moolah to afford this luxury, these speakers will cost you anywhere between $37,500 to $50,000 depending on the set you pick.