Granada Loudspeaker

    Most audiophiles have probably never heard of the Lotus Group, but the flagship loudspeaker from the boutique Northern California manufacturer definitely merits note. Implementing handmade Washi-paper-cone field-coil drivers from the renowned Japanese firm Feastrex, the 4-and-a-half-foot-tall Granada is absolutely astounding in terms of the transparency and precision of its audio reproduction. The open-baffle cabinet machined from Finnish birch plywood eliminates box colorations and provides an almost omnipresent airiness throughout the Granada's 25 kHz–to–20 kHz frequency range.

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