Milwaukee speaker: You get all the perks of the Milwaukie, but you’ll be paying a premium
The Sport and Sennheiser speakers have a reputation for being among the loudest on the market.
But the Milwaukee speakers are getting a $100 price cut and a new model with a slightly larger footprint and a more compact design.
The new Sennhesiser HD3 is also $100 cheaper than its predecessor, but the HD3s are also considerably more portable and have a slightly lower price tag.
We’ve been testing the new S9 speakers in Milwaukee and Milwaukee’s suburbs and we can tell you the HD9s are definitely among the best in the business.
We tested them with a few of our own Milwaukee residents and they sounded just as loud as the HD7s and HD8s.
They also have a slight bump in price and a bigger screen than their predecessor.
We like the HD6s a lot more.
We like the sound of the HD10s even more.
We didn’t hear any noticeable distortion or audible sound distortion when using the HD 10s.
But that is a huge improvement over the HD1s, which didn’t have a distortion reduction feature.
But in Milwaukee, it is not as noticeable as you might expect.
In our tests, we found that the HD8 was a better performer in our listening tests and we think this is probably because it has better bass and midrange.
The HD10, on the other hand, had better soundstage and overall performance.
That said, the HD5s and the HD2s both sounded a bit muffled in our tests.
In terms of bass, the new HD10 is noticeably better than the HD 8.
The bass is slightly deeper and more balanced.
But its overall soundstage is still larger than the original HD9 and the new version is noticeably louder than the older HD9.
The speaker still has an aggressive bass roll that you can get used to and there is a noticeable difference in volume level between the two versions.
The HD10 also has a slight increase in midrange output, which is good.
The difference in overall sound between the HD 9 and HD 10 is less noticeable in our testing, but we do find that the bass roll on the HD 3 is noticeably larger than on the new models.
We also found the HD4s more detailed and more detailed than the other HD10 models.
But you don’t need to be a pro to listen to the HD 1s.
We’ve heard the HD 6s and all of the other models with a subwoofer and the same review sample that you’ll find at Amazon.
If you have the time and the money to splurge on the $99 Sennhetisers, the S9s will give you better sound quality.
We tested all three speakers in a variety of listening scenarios and found the new versions of each to be excellent performers in both low- and high-end listening environments.
If your budget is tight, the $100 Sennesers are still a great option.
The Sennhisers are priced at $99 for the HDs and $129 for the other two models.
You can find them at Amazon, Best Buy and Amazon.com.
Sennheisers are sold through Amazon Prime members.
If you’re a regular reader of The Sport, you might remember that I had some fun with the SennHers.
This was back when the HD was still very new, and I was a fan of their new model.
But since I have been buying new speakers all the time, I didn’t want to buy new speaker sets.
Instead, I used the $299 Senn-KHD and the $329 SennHD.
I’ve had my fair share of great experiences with the HD models, but I was hoping that the new model would have some improvement in sound quality over the old model.
So, I took the new $349 Senn HD3 and I really like it.
The Sennis were very responsive in our low-range tests.
In fact, the two were almost identical in sound in our midrange tests.
But I found that they were also a bit more detailed in our bass tests.
The only difference between the new and the old models was the HD 2s’ slightly higher midrange output.
If we were comparing them to the S7s, the difference between those two is a bit less pronounced.
Overall, the bass was excellent.
I think the S3s were the best-sounding of the three new S10 models, with the exception of the S5s.
The big-bass soundstage of the new speaker is nice, but its smaller footprint and higher price tag mean it is a little more portable than the S6s and S7 series.
But it still had the same impressive midrange and overall sound.
I can’t say that the $499 HDs are the best of the bunch, but they definitely are a solid choice for the budget-conscious audiophile.
The Milwaukee S9