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Indiana Line Diva 252 and DJ 310 Test (“Audio Review”, IT)

Indiana Line Diva 252 and Indiana Line DJ 310 are two models of bookshelf speakers in a similar price range. Hence, the Italian magazine “Audio Review” decided to test the possibilities of both designs in a comparative test.

The author noted that Diva 252 are compact and well-refined loudspeakers we have got used to by Indiana Line:

“Indiana Line will almost always find a way to surprise us with an extremely economical product that sounds very sophisticated and can handle enormous sound pressure without making the sound thick or harsh. The look is captivating and luxurious – all at an affordable price.”

Quality at an affordable price are also the words that can be used to describe the DJ 310 bookshelf speakers:

“Indiana Line again managed to surprise us with a really valuable loudspeaker system, particularly considering the very affordable price. The music offered exceeds all expectations, especially after a few minutes of warm-up. Then the sound is not only powerful and wide open in the bass, but also the mid and high frequencies become clear and real, just like the stage.”

“It is no coincidence that this product has been a great success, it has been on the market for over 10 years, and even today it is considered one of the most suitable for sound systems with small-cost rooms up to 40 m2“.

In a direct comparison of these two Indiana Line models, you can read:

“I know very well that in my son’s room there would be one pair of DJ310s right away, while my daughter would definitely choose the other, more elegant and neat ones. If the Diva252 speakers are characterized by high-frequency reproduction with high purity and clarity, then the DJ310s are not that far from them, especially if you wait about ten minutes for the tweeter to ‘warm up’.”

“However, taking the width of the stage into consideration, I have to admit that the DJ310s surprised me, while the Diva252s confirmed what I had expected from them before entering the listening room. The stability of voices was present in both models even at high volumes, as was the captivating mid-range, with some advantage in this regard for the smaller model.”

You can find the full review HERE.

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