Nola Speakers



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Nola Speakers are large format loudspeakers targeted to the audiophile market. They have some mainstream distribution such as Lyric HiFi in New York City. They also have received some very positive ink from international and extreme audiophile publications.

Notable Nola Speakers products include:

Nola Grand Reference V speakers
Nola Boxer and Contender speakers
Nola Metro Grand Reference speakers

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The Baby Grand Reference, for example, is 62-inches tall, weighs 150 pounds, and has 10 drivers. Frequency response is a claimed 20 Hz to 45 kHz. The Grand Reference V is even larger at 84-inches tall, 400 pounds each, and a claimed frequency response of 12 Hz to 46 kHz. The

Read HomeTheaterReview.com's review of the Nola Viper Reference II loudspeakers.

Similar companies are Wilson, Dahlquist, Vandersteen, Magnepan, and Quad.

Email: info@nolaspeakers.com


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