“..I was intrigued by the company's "counter aperture Round Stream Technology," which aims drivers in the speakers' top and bottom modules at one another to create "monopoles of pressure," which generate omnidirectional sound.
A short audition demonstrated they did that pretty well. The room was so packed late Saturday afternoon, I had to listen way at the back almost out the door. The center stage was still well-filled and solid. I came back later, snagged an empty listening chair, and was impressed by detailed, robust sound.
I suspect we're going to hear more from these guys.”
- Wes Phillips, equipment reports editor at Stereophile magazine
“For a while the fashionable loudspeaker for an upscale sound system was the mini-monitor, which could be placed unobtrusively on a stand in a corner of a room and still produce voluminous results. We must have missed the end of that trend and the advent of The Big Speaker movement ...
... we auditioned the Bolzano Villetri Campanile towers. Big-wise, they're in the middle of the pack. Music seems to float from the Campaniles rather than radiate from a specific point source. The company, based in Milan, builds stylish, operatic cabinets that Michelangelo would envy.”
- Newsday, NY