Often times we make the mistake of judging a speaker by how unusual and high-tech it looks.
Does it have a slope back to adjust for time constant? Does it have a ribbon tweeter? Does it use some special kind of alloy in its mid range driver. In short does it look or sound cool and architecturally interesting. If these are your criteria for judging transducers then Credo is not for you. Credo looks incredibly unassuming and simple so it’s price tag Given its lack of glitz, can sometimes seem rather high. However, if your criteria is accuracy. remarkable transparency, top to bottom cohesion and exceptional versimilitude then Credo might just be up your alley.
The speakers are all particularly unassuming looking and quite small for the sound they produce which can be disturbing if you’re used to buying speakers by the pound. But if you’re looking for transducers which absolutely kill in rooms ranging in size from 10 x 15 to 25 x 15 then Credo must be heard.
Most compact speakers provide an unsatisfactory compromise. CREDO wanted to avoid that,:a full and natural sound was THEIR goal when they developed this speaker.
Thanks to the unique Credo crossover it is possible to realize a truly extraordinary loudspeakers for its size. The bass is deep and crisp - and it stays like that even at amazingly high sound pressure levels.
Because of the superb sound dispersion and the precise time alignment you'll get a perfect soundstage, even with short listening-distances.