Aperion Verus Grand Bookshelf loudspeaker | ninciclopedia.orgWe'v e been reviewing Aperion Audio speakers pretty much since they began selling speakers online. In that time, they've always managed to produce good-sounding, finely crafted speakers at reasonable prices. Over the years we planted a bug in their ear for achieving higher aspirations. The response seems to be the Verus line of loudspeakers. We were so impressed with their Verus Grand towers that we decided it was time to give the Verus Grand Bookshelf speakers their own dedicated review. Being a fan of quality bookshelf speakers, I personally and quite eagerly took on this task. As with all Aperion Audio speakers, the Verus Grand Bookshelfs showed up well packaged within a single heavily insulated box.
Aperion Audio's gorgeous Verus Grand bookshelf speaker
We engineered the new silk dome ASR to handle frequencies beneath most tweeters. Now the mid-high frequencies emit the same crystalline tones as their counterparts in the penthouse. From the pluck of a violin string to the screech of tires, the result is pure, authentic sound. Bi-ampable is the techie way of saying you can connect one amplifier to the woofer and the other to the combined mid and tweeter. Separating the low- and high-frequency wiring helps eliminate interaction, isolate power and reduce distortion. The 5-way gold-plated binding posts let you connect your speakers any which way you choose: bare wire, banana plugs, spades, round pins or flat pins. Not only does the gold plating give your system some bling, it also serves a more practical purpose: to resist corrosion and provide the best possible connection to your receiver.
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The two-way, bass-reflex Bookshelf features Aperion's Axially Stabilized Radiator ASR silk-dome tweeter patent pending , which has a small plate in front of the dome that appears to support a secondary suspension at the apex of the dome. The woofer uses a black, woven-Kevlar cone. The Grand Bookshelf also shares with the Tower its curved sidewalls and internal bracing. The gloss piano-black finish of the review samples was gorgeous and suggested a much higher price a gloss cherrywood veneer is also available. I was quite taken with the ease of installation of the magnetically secured cloth grille with metal frame.