Detail, spaciousness, and a much more 3 dimensional soundstage emerge from the Special 40’s. The best was the Luxman, Octave and Raven, by far. No. Tweeter covers were never removed. Dynaudio Special 40 for sale. Only what I truly love and would recommend. Hardware Review. The Special Forty is classic Dynaudio: all the craftsmanship, attention to detail and total love of authentic sound you’ve come to expect. Superb imaging and soundstage width with decent depth. Please note that all TONE Audio copy and photography is © 2005–2018 TONE Magazine LLC. I do not write reviews for all gear I use, test or own. Sound is dynamic and energetic. The Special Forty are expensive little speakers, but sound and build quality are commensurate with the price and celebration of the company's 40th anniversary. It’s not that there is a lot wrong with the Special Forty - it's just the design seem a little too familiar. The motor system has also been tweaked. So I email Dan the owner and tell him I will head out and buy a set of these from him. I believe it was called “The sound of Music” if my memory serves me correctly. Without it, great speakers or a great amp may sound horrible. ... a medium size two-way built to celebrate Dynaudio’s 40th anniversary last year. If you seek a new set of speakers in this price range, be sure to put the Dynaudio Special Forty on your audition list. When they finally arrived here, I did the same, putting them front and center, squarely in the middle of my 16 x 26 foot listening room, powered by a big stack of Pass Labs gear and the dCS Rossini Player/Clock combo. Or maybe not. DynAudio Special 40 DynAudio has always given unique attention to detail in regards to their anniversary speakers, and the all new Special 40 is no exception. So away I went…I bought the Special 40’s as many reviews were shocked at the bass and weight they had, all while retaining detail and offering up a delicious soundstage and midrange and supposedly not being harsh at all. Time sure does fly. Original owner, mint 10/10 all boxes and packing but not for the stands. One reviewer found them to sound slightly "glassy" at times, but with my NAD M32 and the right cabling, I don't have that problem. For the money these were looking mighty fine to me, but how do they sound and would my Class A Luxman power them ok? My Confidence C1s did the same thing, but they were nearly $10k/pair. Woofer-wise, trickle-down technology from Dynaudio’s higher-end Evidence and Confidence speakers help lower the Forty’s distortion and increase power handling through their proprietary hybrid magnet system. Dynaudio Special Forty. Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Dynaudio considers high performance monitors to be an area of particular strength and says the Special Forty is offered as homage to classic Dynaudio monitors from the past, such as the Special One, the Special Twenty-Five, the Crafft, and the Contour 1.3SE. Accompanying the advanced drivers resides a freshly-designed crossover too. THIS to me is the best Dynaudio speaker I have ever heard. Everything comes into play, even my amp (Luxman 590 AXII) to DAC (PS Audio DirectStream w/Snowmass).. Both have their strengths and both offer a unique sound experience. At the bottom sit two brand-new 23cm MSP woofers (bigger, redesigned brothers of the 18cm drivers we’ve used in the Contour 20 and 30). Percussive elements dance around the room contrasting the solidly-imaged saxophone. Here we are in 2018 (as I write this) and last year in 2017 Dynaudio released the new Special 40 Speakers to celebrate 40 years in the business. From the Special Forty’s technical info sheet: “The Esotar Forty’s 28mm diaphragm is a classic Dynaudio soft-dome design, complete with our DSR (Dynaudio Secret Recipe) precision coating. Here I am so many years after hearing my 1st Dynaudio speaker and while I have not loved all of their speakers over the years these special 40’s are quite different from the usual Dynaudio’s. After many hours of break-in time, the speakers reach their full sonic potential. I owned special 40’s, and they are a great all around speaker that do every genre quite well. Others gave them rave after rave. I offer sincere kudos to Dynaudio for putting this level of sonic performance, build quality, and beauty within the financial reach of so many who prioritize music in their lives. I recommend these, as for me they sound better than the 3X as pricey Dynaudio Stand 10’s (which I tested these with). These made the cut and inspired me to spend a little time writing this for anyone who has interest in these speakers. These need current more so than watts. That 17cm mid/bass unit still uses the company’s traditional MSP (Magnesium Silicate Polymer) cone – it’s a one-piece cone using the large dome in the middle to aid rigi… Beyond their attractive facades, a lot of new technology lies within these two-way speakers. I could live with either as my only speaker but will keep both around as the Special 40’s give me what the Cornwall III’s can not (update 10/19 – SOLD the Corns as the S40’s beat them for me in nearly all ways after much more listening). If not love a piece of gear I do not waste my time writing about it as who wants to read a negative downer review? But hey, sometimes our memories make things out to be better than they really were. Nothing sticks out, but they do play beautiful music and if I were to nitpick after they were broken in I would say at times their bass is too plentiful. I get them home set them up and away we go. It’s a three-way design. THAT has never happened. Piano notes offer a high degree of realism. Not sure what they are typically going for new, there was a sale at Amazon for $2399 a couple weeks ago with free shipping, so maybe it's not a great deal for a used set, but does include shipping and paypal. The new Special Forty anniversary speaker draws on 40 years of cutting-edge research – and brings it totally up to date with Dynaudio’s most celebrated techniques and technologies. Sampling several decades of Funk music, the Special Forty’s voicing gives Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition,” Terence Trent D’Arby’s “Dance Little Sister,” and “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars a very engaging quality and overall musically-satisfying experience, making it difficult to sit still in the listening seat. The team in Dynaudio Labs used the anniversary edition project as an opportunity to study and improve some of Dynaudio’s most celebrated technologies – making new steps in tweeter, woofer and crossover design in the process. I was told by the dynaudio rep that there would be a break in period so I knew what I was getting in to. I cue up Patricia Barbers Cafe Blue, “Ode To Billy Joe” and before I press play I say to myself “C’mon Special 40’s show me just how special you are”. For their 40th anniversary, Dynaudio endeavored to make something very special. After digging one’s way through the sturdy cardboard and foam packing materials, a white cotton bag represents the last barrier between the speakers and the new owner’s eyes. Goodbye Photokina? It’s the connoisseur’s choice – a simple pair of passive hi-fi speakers. If they retain the Dynaudio house sound and my Luxman 590 AXII, Nordost Cables and DirectStream DAC have synergy with them I knew I would be in for a treat. It’s well balanced but most speakers here sound fantastic though there are huge differences between the presentation of a small bookshelf and a larger floortsander here. I feel it is also more liquid than the Dynaudio C20 and not as dry sounding as those more expensive speakers. These pump out more quality bass then the Focal Sopra 2 I had in here, and those were some big speakers! "Tonally, the Special Forty is smooth and easy, but as I continued to listen it was the speakers' clarity and resolution that made the … A new video on the Special 40’s – October 2019. 400 hours is a significant amount of time. Nicely finished in the piano black, so that goes some way … Their team faced a choice: design a new flagship speaker or make a top-shelf bookshelf at a price point accessible to many more music fans. After trying a few small speakers here just recently in the same price range as the 40’s  (Falcon LS3, RAM, Focal 1008) these are my faves without question. The Special Forty is classic Dynaudio: all the craftsmanship, attention to detail and total love of authentic sound you’ve come to expect. To me, the Dynaudio Special 40 seems very clearly to be less than the sum of its parts. Well, both beat each other in some ways and on others they do not. Wow, 40 years. One cannot expect a bookshelf speaker to deliver kidney-rattling, low-end bass notes. The Special Forties are no exception. YES. Dynaudio A/S celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2017 with, among other things, the presentation of a loudspeaker system that was one of the first to directly benefit from these new possibilities in development, and which, according to Dynaudio A/S, would combine all the company’s virtues, the Dynaudio Special Forty. Hell, even cables can cost a small fortune these days (and should be considered as important as your amp, source, etc when shopping in the higher end realm os sound). Unpacking the speakers is a joy in and of itself. Of course, those characteristics and enhancements come with a much higher price tag. These have the latest tech from Dynaudio, and they are not anywhere near their flagship range in price. I was in awe. Huh? They always sound thin, small, anemic and sometimes harsh in comparison. To me, these sound better in my room than the C1’s sounded (they were way more laid back and too smooth) and they sound equally as good as my old $20k Sonus Faber’s. At home I had a pair of the original Avantgarde Uno’s and these Dynaudios just sounded so much more pure, so magical and smooth…and I wanted them so bad. Most Danes are fairly modest people. The best sound came from the low wattage HIGH CURRENT designs. The gloss-coated grey birch – or the vibrant red birch finish of our review sample – demonstrate just how beautiful speakers can be. Before I go on and talk about how they compare in my room to speakers that cost 2X, 5X and even 10X the cost I would love to share a story about the first time I heard Dynaudio speakers. They were running them with some sort of super thin and expensive Linn amps and electronics that cost a small fortune but man, this was the finest sound I have ever heard up until that point. User Reports – YOUR views on camera gear! On tracks like Dave Brubeck Quartet’s “Take Five” the complex harmonics of cymbals render with an organic-sounding strike, shimmer, and decay. Spacious. Thought I’d share my thoughts on the Kef R3’s that I have demoed at home today, providing some comparisons to the other top-contender at the moment, the Dynaudio Special 40s. Those who say you need massive watts for these to come alive are wrong. The new Special 40’s follow in their tradition of releasing “special” speakers when they hit certain anniversaries. The new Special Forty anniversary speaker draws on 40 years of cutting-edge research – and brings it totally up to date with Dynaudio’s most celebrated techniques and technologies. I did manage to have a pair of C1 Signatures in my home for a couple of weeks a few years back and for me, in my room (and my gear at the time which was McIntosh) they did not recreate that magic I remember (I think the McIntosh was too warm and dull, as well… McIntosh is indeed a tad dull in their sound signature). The drivers of the Special 40 do exhibit better control in certain respects; the Buchardts tend to slightly soften detail. Welcome thoughts on those or any others that I need to know about? I went in looking for a pair of speakers but my budget at the time was pretty small, somewhere around $2500. Going up to $8k or so will get you something comparable (Focal Sopra 1 for example) but that’s quite a jump from the $2600 that I paid for these truly special speakers. The best sound I had from these has been with low wattage tube Amos between 20-40 watts. While there was much excitement about their new wireless products (which were indeed incredible) new in-wall LCR custom install products, and of course their top range Evidence Platinum speakers, when my attention turned to the small 40th anniversary model, the Dynaudio personnel were somewhat coy. Dynaudio Special Forty deals. Listening to “Bulls on Parade” by Rage Against the Machine demonstrates the Dynaudios’ ability to rock. A newly-developed silk dome tweeter dubbed the “Esotar Forty” offers low resonance and increased airflow. No listening time on these. This coating is applied in exactly the correct places and … The combination of drivers creates a convincing soundstage with immense breadth, height, and depth. Wow, 40 years. Holy Cow. ... Our first impression of Dynaudio’s 40th anniversary speaker is more one of mild disappointment than anything else. Dynaudio Special 40 Speaker Review. If you can, I have yet to find it. And happy to award them one of our Exceptional Value Awards for 2018. Dynaudio didn’t just plonk in the units from the C1 - the drivers have been fettled, with markedly improved results. These went though a transformation over the weeks and when they stopped changing I realized what the final sound character was of these very Special 40’s. What lies underneath is breathtaking. Useful Articles, Featured Photographers and more! A Look at the Leica 90mm Summilux f/1.5 Lens on the M10-R and 907x. They provide China Forbes’ marvelous voice the range and realism it deserves. The Luxman all class A design brings a special magic to the sound in the form of an ease, a detailed yet warm leaning layering of sound that is breathtaking. (tested a Raven Nighthawk III, Octave V40 SE, McIntosh 252, PS Audio Sprout 100 and a Luxman 590 AXII. I went home with a new pair of Audioquest interconnects that day (and no speakers) but I never forgot that demo, even to this day. Unlike any other speaker drivers outside the Dynaudio factory, an in-house developed Magnesium Silicate Polymer material offers the tenuous balance of rigidity and dampening which result in a more organic sound. 3 Dimensional. I am running these with a Luxman 590 AXII that puts out 30 juicy watts of class A power and I’m using very little of those 30 watts to fill my 12X12 room with huge glorious sound from the 40’s. That said the special 40 is kind of a weird animal, it uses prototype Esotar3 drivers, even more advanced than what's available with the Confidence C1 or Contour C20, but has a noisy, poorly braced enclosure, whereas I would expect the Focus 160 to have better build quality. With the Dynaudio’s, vocals are amazing, there is more detail than the big corns for sure, and a more 3 dimensional effect going on with the imaging. Speakers also … I recently acquired a pair of Dynaudio Special 40 Speakers in the stunning red gloss finish. Update 10/19 – As stated I also tested these with 20-100 watt amps. I try many pieces of HiFi and listen to way more than I write about. I have also tested the Stand 6 with these for my 2nd pair and prefer these to the newer Stand 10’s as well. Except for less ultimate low bass power, they felt like the $100k/pair Evidence models. When they do, brace yourself for a wonderful ride. The time is NOW and something Special arrived.. “Lilly” also showcases the way the Special Forties place lead vocals front and center layered among piano, trumpet, drums, and more. These are NOT hard to drive but do not try with a cheap receiver or home theater receiver. They are by no means overly-romantic in their musical portrayal, just a tad polite. With a rep for being hard to drive, and still pricey even when used, I never did get a pair but these new Special 40’s? I also updated the review in some areas with more thoughts after buying a second pair. They are well worth the cost and then some. The silk dome tweeters offer a high level of detail but do not overly-accentuate sibilance or stridency inherent in some less-stellar recordings. I live in an apartment so big bass response is not a priority. Smooth. If you are not reading this content in your news aggregator, RSS reader, or direct, then the site you are looking at may be guilty of copyright infringement. Compared to my old faves, the Sonus Faber Guarneri Evolutions, these are lighter and smaller sounding, not as full in the mid bass, have more detail and do not exaggerate any frequency..BUT THIS IS A GOOD THING IN THIS ROOM. Our 40th anniversary speaker might look simple, but there’s some serious tech lurking inside… all designed, engineered and assembled in Denmark. While photos of these speakers showcase the beauty of the speaker finish, they have trouble doing it true justice. YES YES YES! The engineers worked on improving airflow and damping behind the 28mm tweeter dome - the idea is to reduce back-pressure as the diaphragm moves, increasing detail and lowering distortion. The Special 40 are a special speaker; like most Dynaudio designs they aren’t a particularly easy load and benefit greatly from a stronger power amp. The salesman was excited to see I was into them, and quickly threw on a CD, which was Patricia Barbers Cafe Blue. Here we are in 2018 (as I write this) and last year in 2017 Dynaudio released the new Special 40 Speakers to celebrate 40 years in the business. The Octave V40SE powered these to deafening levels while remaining composed and sounding amazing. They go from being fat and full with a recessed high end, to outright dull to thin and etched. UPDATE 10/2019 – I now feel you can’t get better than these unless you spend over $10k. Hence a local sale is much preferred NJ, 08648 Lots of great reviews on these speakers, here's one for you :-) They offer a “flow” and a wall of sound that is hard to describe. If Dynaudio did not handle every aspect of design and production in-house, the speakers would cost significantly more. Dynaudio is … With my Luxman 590 AXII warmed up,  I press play and WOWZERS. No. Grills are still sealed in the box & never used. Like new set of Dynaudio Special 40 in grey listed for $2200 on USAM today. Rendering of Zach de la Rocha’s voice demands attention commensurate with its edged emotion. Do the Cornwall’s beat the Special 40’s that I paid $2600 for? With stellar reviews pouring in for these special 40’s I was intrigued. The dealer sold 4 pairs from that night. This was the experience I had when visiting the Dynaudio factory in Skanderborg, Denmark last fall. As a bookshelf speaker, the Dynaudios require stands putting the tweeters at ear-level. These play music, and can touch your heart. Volume was not an issue. In all my years into HiFi I have never seen a deal such as what you can get with these speakers. The Special Forty was created to celebrate Dynaudio’s 40th anniversary, in 2017, and is surprisingly affordable at $2999 USD per pair (about which more below). Find a Special … Was only used for display purposes. My Camera of the Year 2020. My room is 12X13, carpeted, couch, pillows, and very NON reflective and damped. But the air was let out of my sails when I asked the price. Yet it never booms..rather it’s TIGHT. They sound very big but not HUGE like a set of Cornwalls that are the size of small refridgerators. Dynaudio just unveiled its brand-new 40th anniversary loudspeaker – the Special Forty – at the 2017 High End Show in Munich. Think huge organic sounding wall of sound. Dynavector 17D3 and Denon DL-103R cartridges, Digital Sources         Mac Mini, Roon Music Service, Simaudio MOON 780D DAC, Oppo BDP-103, Amplification           Conrad-Johnson ART150, Power                       Torus AVR 15 Plus, RSA Mongoose, and Cardas Clear power cords, Accessories              ASC tube traps, Mapleshade Samson audio racks, Coffman Labs Equipment Footers, AudioQuest Jitterbug, Atomic Audio Labs Mac Mini stand. BTW, You can get a great deal on a red pair HERE. Moving them out into the middle of the main listening room which was about 20 x 30 feet, all in attendance were taken back. The Special Forty can fit in with any decor, with a sound that's similarly low-key, but that's why they'll wear well over time. I fact, I like the S40 better than the Focal Sopra 1, though I prefer the style and looks of the Sopra. The Special Fourty features a unique ve Worst was the McIntosh. While not as detailed as most audiophile speakers they play music, not sounds. Mirrorless Central – My reviews of all Mirrorless Cameras. In any case. However, the small Dynaudios do pack a surprising punch. Both low and high notes seamlessly transition among the Dynaudio drivers creating a single, very cohesive picture. I am shortlisting dynaudio special 40, b&w 705s2, buchardt s400, kef ls50/r3. SME Model 10 with SME V and Model 10 tonearms. With the 40’s I do hear things the CWIII’s just can’t seem to get out. They are easy to drive with a quality amp that has HIGH CURRENT. I was so curious about them and seeing that I have my room and equipment so dialed in these days I knew these Dynaudios would, or should shine. Some sound dull, boring and flat. These are a special edition Dynaudio intended to celebrate 40 years of loudspeaker manufacturing. They were reminding me a little of my old magical Sonus Faber Guarneri Evolutions but they were lighter in the bass, which was good as those EVO’s sometimes overloaded my room with certain tracks. My second pair took a few weeks to come into their own and sound EARGASM good. Highly recommend these 40’s but make sure you have quality stands. This deliberate voicing choice gives the speaker a chameleon-like ability to mate with many upstream components. One can get them new for under retail if you search around. The time is NOW and something Special arrived.. One reviewer found them to sound slightly "glassy" at times, but with my NAD M32 and the right cabling, I don't have that problem. These speakers do so much so well at their price point I am hard-pressed to offer major criticisms. The others could not even get close, not even close. 3 DIMENSIONAL? A good tube design that puts out 40WPC is perfect and the Octave drives these with authority, transparency, huge bass, big midrange and lively top end. They were Dynaudio C1’s, the very 1st original models and boy did they sound special. Dynaudio Xeo 2 $1299 The Xeo 2 is a wireless, internally bi-amplified/DSP’d two-way speaker system in a svelte cabinet. The new Special 40’s follow in their tradition of releasing “special” speakers when they hit certain anniversaries. They seem to have a sweeter treble too though not as big sounding as the old EVO’s. Dynaudio Special 40 for sale. Dynaudio Special Forty. They do most of the things audiophiles love..huge soundstage width, decent depth, precise imaging, detail without being etched or bright, smooth tweeter and a rich midrange that excels with the human voice..smooth, clear and spacious and HOLOGRAPHIC with the right amps, cables, stands, etc. For those with a tight budget though, a more modest and less attractive pair of aftermarket stands can solve the immediate need. To my ears, various Dynaudio speakers always do a great job with voice reproduction, putting it up front and center. Forget about “watts’ but go for current. Combine that with a level of delicacy, tonal accuracy and resolution that you’d expect to pay $10k/pair for and you can see why I’m so excited. In fact the 20 WPC Raven Nighthawk delivered a sweet romantic sound, the Octave V40 SE delivered dynamics and a huge wall of sound with more transparency and the Luxman was just magic with these speakers, in my room. YES. Believe this, it’s true. With a retail of $3000, even that seems low for a new set of “special” Dynaudio speakers. Way out of my league at the time. Dynaudio does sell matching stands which are designed to complement the inherent beauty of the speaker cabinets and give the speakers a rigid base to optimize their voice. Saxophone retains all the woodiness one expects to hear. And, they come in a very cool grey too…, Analog Source. The drivers of the Special 40 do exhibit better control in certain respects; the Buchardts tend to slightly soften detail. These days HiFi is a tricky thing. They sound better than the Focal Sopra 2 I had in here, and beat the pants off of any $1-$3k speakers I have had in here. If Dynaudio did not handle every aspect of design and production in-house, the speakers would cost significantly more. Bass is there when in the recording but never artificial. Time sure does fly. Yes, speakers like Dynaudio’s flagships take the sound experience to another level by offering an increased prowess reproducing musical nuance, refinement, detail, depth of soundstage, and deep bass recreation. These speakers DO change over the 1st few weeks as they loosen up and break in (yes it’s a real thing). Enjoying Pink Martini’s “Dansez-Vous” the track features a variety of instruments which accompany multiple vocalists. Especially since a local dealer, Dedicated Audio, had a brand new red pair in stock. This is why I seem to love everything I review, because I DO! Are they really that Special? Sweet? Clean, full Beautiful Midrange. It’s interesting as these may be some of the most well balanced speakers I have heard in my life, no matter the size, or cost. The high end seemed a tad recessed if anything for the 1st 2 weeks but in this room these were beating the C1 Signatures without question which made me realize that for what I paid for these, it may be the best deal of the last few years for me in HiFi. One review I read of these speakers proclaimed them as the best bookshelf speaker Dynaudio has made. Be sure to fill them 3/4 with sand! (Since writing this I bought a second pair in Grey and went through the same EXACT burn in process, and yes, it’s VERY REAL so be prepared if you buy a pair of these. If you locate this anywhere, please contact [email protected] so we can take action immediately. The Special 40’s are indeed very special. The Dynaudio Special Forty speakers are an absolute bargain for their beguiling looks, great sound, and the pedigree of the company’s 40-year history building stellar speakers. I bought these from Dedicated Audio in Scottsdale AZ. “Oh would you like to listen to the 40s?” Would I? If our designers loved working on the Contour 20 and 30, the Contour 60 was an even bigger ticket for them. Will ship original box and packaging with everything included. Dynaudio's Special Forty wins this year's award for the best speaker. UPDATE! Using the PS Audio Direct Stream DAC with the latest OS “SNOWMASS” I was so impressed with the sound of these speakers that I thought for sure that I found the elusive pair of under $3k bookshelves that could keep me excited listening to them day after day. For the money, I do not think you can beat these. Down to the low end of their audio frequency specification — around 40Hz — bass remains tight and tuneful. Bass is deep and low when called upon but never loose and flabby, in fact it is tight as can be. The last “special” I remember was the Special 25 and that speaker is well loved by many audiophiles. Back when I had those C1’s here I did not have the best amp or cables for them, which is why they did not win me over like they did in 2003. The only limitation with these seem to be the smaller cabinet but even that is not so small. While largely traditional in shape, the cabinets feature a slight taper from the front to the rear of the speaker, rendering the front face about an inch wider than the ported rear panel. Condition is Used 9.5/10 great condition! Costs have gone through the roof for some amps, pre amps, dacs and speakers. I have the RED and they are striking in the flesh (or the wood). I emailed Dan at Dedicated audio the 2nd day I had these and said “These sound like $5000 speakers” and I still feel that. 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