Ken Kessler has reviewed the DALI KATCH for the Telegraph’s Luxury Technology section, where he explores its many qualities.
Emphasising the sound modes of the Bluetooth speaker, he explains that the clear mode is optimised for a neutral response, which is the preferred mode of audio purists, while the warm mode is more bass-y and is recommended for larger rooms or “when the music just need that little extra.” And as he explains: “In either mode, the KATCH is loud enough to get you thrown out of most hotels.”
When faced with the question of why it sound so good, Ken Kessler praises the DALI KATCH as it has “25 Watts of power per speaker, sound emanating from both sides for a room-filling spread, and no less than three drive units – woofer, tweeter and passive radiator – to deliver the music in all its glory.”
All in all the DALI KATCH impresses and Ken Kessler concludes that “you might fall so in love with it that you’ll want to buy a second KATCH. Yes, it’s that good.”
Read the full feature from The Telegraph here.