Dynaudio Xeo 6 Powered Wireless Speaker Review Specs & Test Bench

Specs & Test Bench
Xeo 6: 5.5 in magnesium silicate polymer-cone woofer (2), 1 in textile-dome tweeter; 6.75 x 33 x 10.5 in (WxHxD); 32.3 lb
Price: $4,000 (Xeo 6, $3,700 pr; Xeo Hub, $300 ea)

Company Info
(847) 730-3280


Xeo 6 (purple) +0.84/–4.59 dB, 200 Hz to 10 kHz; –3 dB @ 42 Hz, –6 dB @ 36 Hz.—MJP

(847) 730-3280

goodfellas27's picture

no DSD support
no HD-PCM audio support
how it gets five stars for performance?
$4,000 for this?

Mark Fleischmann's picture
And I did flag the lack of high-res audio support prominently.
brenro's picture

Mediocre sound for $4000 just to avoid speaker wires?

Mark Fleischmann's picture
...where you got the "mediocre sound" part. The product sounded great.
goodfellas27's picture

Well, it doesn't support 24 BIT audio or DSD which are facts. Not my opinion. Native HD 24 Bit/DSD audio sounds better that 16Bit CDs. This system only supporting 16 bit audio in the year 2015 is mediocre, for a $4,000 dollars towers.

10basetom's picture

A robust 24-bit wireless transport system is not on the market yet (whether you can tell the difference between 16-bit and 24-bit streams in a blind A/B test using speakers instead of headphones is another story), so I'm afraid you won't be satisfied with any wireless speakers -- stick with wired speakers for the time being.

An Australian company called Moos Audio announced a wireless speaker called the Mini Aero back in 2013 that can wirelessly stream lossless audio up to 24-bit/96kHz and can play back audio up to 24-bit/192kHz from a wired digital input, but as of October 2015 that product is still vaporware.

goodfellas27's picture

Native recording at 24bit vs 16bit is easily identifiable. Native DSD is even more of a jump in quality. They have many disc with sample tracks in their native formats.

DTS Play-FI is almost there...hopefully with new wireless advancement, we would get a "audiophile" wireless speakers that would handle native DSD/24PCM audio.