January 22, 2010 by Stephen Hopkins
I don’t know why, but there’s a strange charm in owning equipment made by companies who’s names hold ambiguous pronunciation.
I’m pretty sure the bulk of it is the ego boost you get when correcting your friend’s butchering of the word with your own nuanced elocution. Jamo, of Danish decent, fits nicely into that category. And today, you don’t need a briefcase full of cash or AMEX Centurion to boost your hubris.
Today only, Vanns has an easy-to-pronounce deal on a Jamo 5-channel speaker package from last year’s Concert line for just $499 (as opposed to triple the amount when purchased separately)!
The main speakers are E770 floorstanders with dual 6.5” drivers and extension down to 35hz. The center is the matching C400CEN and the surrounds are C400SUR dipoles.
Shipping is free and thanks to the mountain-folk of Montana, there’s no sales tax anywhere in the U.S.!
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Stephen Hopkins is chief technology editor for EH Publishing. He writes product reviews, features, and focuses heavily on 3D TV, iPhone and iPad apps, and digital content.
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