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Diamond 250


Quite simply put, the Wharfedale Diamond is one of our most successful speaker series, if not one of the most successful hi-fi speaker series ever. We can justify this as year on year, the Diamond Series has broken the mould for combining award-winning sound quality unforeseen at this price.

From 1982 Wharfedale Diamond has meant one thing – impeccable performance at an affordable price. Today we are pleased to bring you the latest series of loudspeakers from Wharfedale that aspires to this tradition – Diamond 200 Series.

Foremost in the design criteria for Diamond 200 is the ongoing research into loudspeaker driver sound quality. The speaker series uses our famous woven Kevlar cone form, drawing influence from the flagship Jade Series.

Check out the Wharfedale website for more information.

General description 3-way floorstanding speaker
Enclosure type Bass reflex
Transducer complement 3-way
Bass driver 200mm Woven Kevlar Cone x 2
Midrange driver 130mm Woven Kevlar Cone
Treble driver 25mm Soft Dome
AV shield No
Sensitivity(2.83V @ 1m) 89dB
Recommended amplifier power 25-200W
Peak SPL 110dB
Nominal impedance
Minimum impedance 3.1Ω
Frequency response (+/-3dB) 35Hz - 20kHz
Bass extension (-6dB) 32Hz
Crossover frequency 350Hz & 2.5kHz
Cabinet Volume (in litres) Mid internal 8L / Bass internal 66.3L
Height (on plinth & spikes) (1103+25)mm
Width 250mm
Depth (with terminals) (396+28)mm
Carton size 510x365x1225mm
Net weight 29.4kg/pcs
Gross weight 34.5kg/ctn


Diamond 200 Series Manual

Diamond 200 PDF Version

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