Hello, just sharing my experiences with my new Canton Vento 826.0. After saving up a reasonable amount to spend on good speakers, I was researching everything in the $600-800 usd range. Due to the pandemic, I had to rely on online reviews/information. My final list had Q Acoustics 3030i, Elac reference, b&w 607, Triangle BR03, and Kef LS50. I was looking for warm speakers with good low end. And then someone on reddit recommended the canton vento 826.0 which were being sold for $600 on A4L, and was an older model, a couple years old, with a $1500 msrp. Information on these speakers were nigh impossible to find in english save for the occasional post on avsforums and a couple google translated reviews. But hell they used to be $1500 speakers and looked amazing in white, so I pulled the trigger. How to describe these speakers. They sounded just dead and flat out of the box. But after half an hour or so, they started warming up. They have amazing bass, which I loved instantly, but they also had this forward sound signature like Klipsch horn tweeters (but not as pronounced), which I thought I would really dislike but I forgot about it after a day. I initially thought the speakers were on the bright side (which I really hate, and the main reason why I passed on the Kefs) but after several days of really listening, I came to the conclusion that the speakers were not bright (bright speakers like my sony cs5 hurt my ears) but the ceramic tweeter on the speakers were just incredibly accurate. These speakers are quite exceptional speakers, and the fact that I got them for $600 is just a steal. Very happy with this purchase.
Though I do always wonder how these compare to the buchardt s300 (since they have similar msrp).
Last edited by Ganked By Life; 06-28-2020 at 04:07 PM.