Revival Audio brings vintage French style to its new Sprint series of loudspeakers

Newly founded hi-fi company Revival Audio has released its latest range of bookshelves and floorstanding loudspeakers. With the same vintage style that the company created debut high-end Atalante range so attractive, in fact, that the new Sprint speakers see Revival trying to forge a name for itself at the mid-range price.

Designed and assembled in France, the new Sprint series consists of the Sprint 3, a two-way bookshelf speaker, and its 2.5-way floorstanding counterpart in the form of the Sprint 4. Both feature what Revival calls an “innovative Elytron Acoustic Baffle design,” essentially a lightweight, high-strength material crafted asymmetrically to “repress the sound waves to guide when they leave The speaker.” This, Revival claims, “optimizes mid and low frequencies by reducing speaker cabinet diffraction while minimizing the impact of different listening environments.”

Revival Audio Sprint 3 desktop speaker

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Daniel Emonts, co-founder and CTO of Revival Audio, clearly believes in his vision. “I am extremely proud of what we were able to achieve with the Elytron shot on Sprint 3 and 4,” he said. “Having personally attached the final design to these speakers, I’m excited that others can now hear the clear, pristine sound that (they) can deliver.”

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