Engelholm Audio Staff


Edeler Standlautsprecher von Engelholm Audio aus Schweden.

Hochwertig bestückt mit den feinen Accuton Keramik Chassis aus Deutschalnd.

Klanglich ein Traum und auf einem Niveau mit einer Marten Bird.

Das hier angebotene Staff Pärchen ist vier Jahre jung und befindet sich in einwandfreiem Zustand ohne Gebrauchsspuren.

Die Lieferung der Engelholm Audio Staff erfolgt in den  Original Holz-Transportboxen .


Die aktuell installierten Coda Feet können gegen einen Aufpreis von 690€ separat erworben werden! ( NP 1350€ )

12.500,00 €

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  • 140 kg
  • leider ausverkauft

Weiterführende Informationen:


Staff - 3 way floor standing speaker


Based on the success of the award winning Solo, reviewers favorite Solo M and the highly rated Trill, there was still a gap in the Engelholm Audio product range. 


For those with a bigger room and a musical taste that demands the low frequency to be really true to the recording we a proud to present Engelholm Audio Staff. 


Staff has a lot in common with its siblings but the 9 inch ceramic sandwich woofer truly sets it apart! The sonic impression is superb with a better transparency in the mid range and a more powerful low end. Tuned to fit bigger rooms.


As always with Engelholm Audio speakers, there is no need for a nuclear power plant to power the speakers. "Freedom of choice when it comes to amplifier" is still very true.


A quote from nomono

    Considering what other speakers that perform like Staff usually 

    costs, Engelholm Audio have succeeded far beyond expected. 

    Staff is simply a great, musical and motivating speaker at its 

    price. If you can - audition them! Staff is hereby recommended.


Technical data:

Size: 100x 26 x 41 [H x W x D] cm

Type: 3-way bas-ported, mid closed

Crossover: 97 and 2100 Hz, Engelholm Audio 2'nd order 

Sensitivity: 87 dB

Frequency range: 20-40'000 Hz

Weight: 52 kg / speaker




Staff means:


The staff is the fundamental latticework of music notation, upon which symbols are placed. The five stave lines and four intervening spaces correspond to pitches of the diatonic scale – which pitch is meant by a given line or space is defined by the clef.