Here at AudioPhil™ we love to look back at the golden years of stereo and try and unlock what made this period so special. Bookshelf loudspeakers were particularly popular in the 1970s as they could be placed in shelving next to the books and the liquor cabinet. This was also the time of the Japanese electronics invasion. Modern equipment was marketed as Solid State and there was not a valve in sight. As a result, power figures for amplifiers were rising and all new music was in stereo.
It is at this point where we introduce the akai brand and the broadening range of bookshelf loudspeakers. Hifi shops were all the rage back in the 1970s. You could save your money during the week, walk into the local Hifi shop, and walk out with your AKAI SW-125 bookshelf loudspeakers under your arms.
Our AudioPhil™ team will review the AKAI SW-125 and discuss all of its distinguishing features with you.