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A’Diva Ti Satellite Speakers by Anthony Gallo

The A’Diva Ti satellite speaker system isn’t really big. It’s another in a series of trendily tiny speakers with big sound — the concept Bose lives off of. Bigger isn’t always better, and there’s a slew of cheap, worthless speakers that sound tinny and flat, flying under the banner of “micro” and “mini” with terrible frequency response.The Gallo A’Diva Ti’s are not one of these sets.

The A'Diva Ti Satellite Speaker system comes with 22kHz response and 120 watts of power handling, these tiny, spherical wonders actually sound like a reference set. Available in a variety of configurations, including 5.1 (five speakers and a subwoofer) the A’Diva Ti satellite speakers are a perfect solution for a variety of rooms. They work great in a home theater room, but serve just as well in a oddly-shaped living room that just doesn’t have enough room for traditional floor-standing models. The important thing is that they sound just as good!

“The TR-2 provides room-shaking, tooth-rattling performance that will make your living room feel like the local movie theater.” The TR-2 is one of the best 10″ subwoofers you'll ever used. It’s cylindrical, with a long-throw woofer and produces rich, clear bass that adds definition to your system. For smaller rooms and apartments, there’s also the TR-1, which is the same thing with a 100-watt amp instead of 250.

The A’Diva Ti also features a 1″ voice coil and an oversized Neodymium magnet. The speakers are shielded, so don’t worry about where you put them. As a word of caution, give the speakers 40-50 hours of runtime to sound their best. The A’Diva Ti’s have a long break in period. “The titanium drivers extend frequencies beyond 22kHz, which makes the highs beautiful,” said Micah Warren, publicist for Anthony Gallo speakers.