Neat Motive SX2 speakers
Finishes - Oak, American Walnut, Black or White
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Award-Winning Reference Quality Speaker Cable -  
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QED Reference XT40 (single-wire) speaker cable, with fitted Airlock plugs
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Multi Award-Winning Silver Coated Speaker Cable -  
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QED Silver Anniversary XT (single-wire) speaker cable, with fitted Airlock plugs
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Specifications and Points of Interest
Neat Motive SX2
Finishes:
Oak
American Walnut
Black
White
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Specification:
25mm inverted anodised aluminium dome tweeter
134mm bass-mid driver based on the Danish SDS platform
Revised crossover using vastly superior Mundorf components
Backward tilt gives the ideal angle for optimum performance
Vented through the base of the cabinet to minimise port noise
Improved internal bracing and damping for improved control
Frequency response: 35Hz to 30kHz
Sensitivity: 85dB for 1 watt at 1m
Impedance: 8 ohms
Weight: 11.00kg each
Height: 765mm  |  Width: 160mm (base: 220mm)  |  Depth: 200 (base: 260mm)
Points of interest:
One of the reasons these speakers are so brilliant, is that they are physically large compared to a bookshelf design - please check dimensions and make sure you are definitely happy with a speaker this size before purchasing.
These floorstanders are supplied with adjustable spikes, which hold the speaker absolutely rigid, giving the best sound. The spikes actually cause LESS damage to carpets than castors or rubber feet, because a spike passes through the carpet pile and leaves no mark. Spikes should still be used on wooden floors - if you are worried about floor damage, simply use spike protector discs (which can be purchased cheaply from Amazon) or even a five pence coin, under each spike.