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A speaker tuned with Compression Guide becomes transparent like a pane of glass. Sound channels through it unencumbered by the impurities of the speaker itself. The process liberates sound from the boundaries of the speaker, allowing it to spread freely into open space. A boundless sound atmosphere is unveiled, where instruments, vocalists, and sound effects decorate the room around you. Master craftsmanship and premium components provide crystal-clear resolution and brilliant dynamics. Compression Guide tuning brings it all to life.

The Compression Guide 25 is the latest breakthrough in our award winning lineage of speakers. It is artistry you experience.

CG25s are now in stock!

$500.00

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CG25 Monitor / Center Channel

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A speaker tuned with Compression Guide becomes transparent like a pane of glass. Sound channels through it unencumbered by the impurities of the speaker itself. The process liberates sound from the boundaries of the speaker, allowing it to spread freely into open space. A boundless sound atmosphere is unveiled, where instruments, vocalists, and sound effects decorate the room around you. Master craftsmanship and premium components provide crystal-clear resolution and brilliant dynamics. Compression Guide tuning brings it all to life.

The Compression Guide 25 is the latest breakthrough in our award winning lineage of speakers. It is artistry you experience.

CG25s are now in stock!

$500.00

CG25 MONITOR / CENTER CHANNEL

SUPERIOR BUILD FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

RSL's Compression Guide Technology

/Removes distortion & boxiness caused by standard enclosures
 

RSL's Compression Guide Technology

RSL'sRemoves distortion & boxiness caused by standard enclosures

Kevlar-Coned, 5 1/4 Inch woofer

RSL'sPrecision crafted, aramid fiber woofer. Provides superior transient response.
 

Kevlar-Coned, 5 1/4 Inch woofer

Kevlar-Coned,Precision crafted, aramid fiber woofer. Provides superior transient response.

Cast Aluminum Frame and Heavy Duty Magnet

Kevlar-Coned,Cast aluminum frame and heavy duty magnet allow for max power-handling with low distortion.
 

Cast Aluminum Frame and Heavy Duty Magnet

CastCast aluminum frame and heavy duty magnet allow for max power-handling with low distortion.

Polypropylene Capacitor

CastPremium polypropylene capacitor boasts a 25+ year shelf-life. Speakers will maintain their sonic properties for decades.
 

Polypropylene Capacitor

PolypropylenePremium polypropylene capacitor boasts a 25+ year shelf-life. Speakers will maintain their sonic properties for decades.

Air-Core Coil

PolypropylenePremium air-core coils replace cheaper iron core coils for distortion free performance and superior power handling.
 

Air-Core Coil

Air-CorePremium air-core coils replace cheaper iron core coils for distortion free performance and superior power handling.

Soft Dome Tweeter, Neodymium Magnet

Air-CoreSpacious highs, silky smooth even beyond human hearing.
 

Soft Dome Tweeter, Neodymium Magnet

SoftSpacious highs, silky smooth even beyond human hearing.

Included: 1 x CG25

  • An exquisite translucent-dome tweeter reproduces the sparkle and clarity and of sound in real life, without a trace of sibilance. Extension to 35KHz ± 3dB, 40KHz ± 4dB.
  • A perfectly dampened aramid-fiber woofer compliments the tweeter to perfection, with brilliant dynamics and detail. Vocals are bold and distinct in the midst of a sweeping soundstage.
  • A masterfully crafted crossover network hides within the speaker bringing the woofer and tweeter together with flawless transition. Extravagant parts and construction maintain the highest sonic purity and maximize longevity.
  • Compression Guide technology filters out cabinet resonance, eliminating coloration and low midrange muddiness. Clarity and imaging improve drastically.
  • Front-ported enclosures ensure maximum placement versatility. Place the CG5 against a wall without sound degradation.
  • Hand-painted gloss finish is included on every CG series speaker, at no extra cost.
  • CG25 is an LCR speaker and can perform either vertically or horizontally.

BETTER DESIGN & FINISHINGS

Fingerprint-Resistant, Hand-Painted, Gloss Finish

Elegant, premium finish resists fingerprints from handling. Available in Black and White!
 

Fingerprint-Resistant, Hand-Painted, Gloss Finish

Elegant, premium finish resists fingerprints from handling. Available in Black and White!

Essential Front Ported Cabinets

Preserves sound quality for placement near walls & other surfaces
 

Essential Front Ported Cabinets

Preserves sound quality for placement near walls & other surfaces

Acoustically Transparent Metal, Magnetic Grille

Protects drivers & maintains stylish appearance
 

Acoustically Transparent Metal, Magnetic Grille

Protects drivers & maintains stylish appearance

Included: 1 x CG25

Woofer: 5.25” cast frame, aramid-fiber cone
Tweeter: 1” translucent silk dome, neodymium rare earth magnet
Frequency Response: 51-35,000 Hz ± 3dB
Recommended Impedance setting for amplifiers: 6 or 8 ohms (whichever is higher)
Sensitivity: 88 dB SPL @ 2.83 V, 1 meter distance
Recommended Power: 25-150 watts
Crossover Frequency: 2,500 Hz
Crossover Slope: 12 dB/octave
Crossover Parts: Air-core coil, polypropylene capacitors, gold-plated binding posts
Tuning Method: Compression Guide™
Weight: 23 lbs.
Dimensions: H: 19” W: 8 1/2” D: 9 3/4″ (without grille 9”)

COMPRESSION GUIDE
TECHNOLOGY

THE ACE UP OUR SLEEVE

Compression Guide technology is the difference between RSL speakers and all other speakers. It’s the secret behind our award-winning sound. It’s why RSL speakers sound so clear and incredibly realistic.

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CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

BY THE MOST DISCERNING AUDIOPHILES

(6) TOTAL REVIEWS
RATING
All arrived in perfect condition. The CG 25 are out of this world. Thank you.

William

July 16th, 2019

RATING
I decided to give the new RSL CG5 series speakers a try after not being completely satisfied with my current setup. When I first chose my setup, I figured it was important to listen to as many speakers as possible to really understand how one set stacks up against another. So in the last year and a half I had visited all of my local high-end audio shops and listened to over 20 pairs of speakers in total. Once you get away from the Home Theatre-in-a-box offerings from big box stores and into proper speakers, there are a lot of good options. I tested bookshelf speakers from $500-$1500/pr CDN from companies like Paradigm, B&W, Totem, Monitor Audio, Revel, Focal, Sonus Faber, Martin Logan, RBH, Dynaudio, DALI, Elac, Bryston and more. All have great offerings and I really didn't hear a "bad" sounding speaker, just each with a different presentation of it's own. In the end I narrowed it down to my top 3 favorites and made arrangements with my dealers to take them all home (NOT easy) so I could compare and make a final choice. I chose ATC SCM7 V3's and matching center channel because they gave me a great level of detail/resolution, sounded natural and realistic, and had nice snap/attack/dynamics. After almost a year of ownership, I still enjoyed the ATC's but was left feeling that sometimes there were still not quite right, and always seemed to still sound like a speaker doing it's own impression or "take" on whatever was played through it. I was completely confident that the ATC's were still the best choice out of everything I heard at my local shops, but still wanted a bit more. After nearly two dozen emails back and forth with owner Joe Rodgers, I had a package from them in my house in a week... and I'm in Canada! With a good 50+ hours break-in, I have found they are very strong speakers and stand out above many other speakers in dynamics, openness, non-fatiguing treble, and free-from-the-cabinet, 3 dimensional sound. There is fine texture and detail in voices and instruments that many other speaker in the price range just basically gloss over. Each and every part of the music is given it's own space. Bass presence is very good and the speaker certainly sounds full, and a lot bigger that it looks. The sound presentation every review on here talks about is spot on. It must be due in large part to the Compression Guide getting rid of the cabinet's effect. I don't know how other companies have not stolen or tried their own take on this CG technology. The naturalness and realism are excellent, they don't draw too sharp or soft an image and the tweeter has no sibilance issues and is very un-fatiguing. Build quality is fantastic, and their customer service is just as impressive and simply the best, most helpful and respectful I have experienced from any retailer anywhere. If you live in the U.S. there is absolutely ZERO reason not to give these speakers a try. With free shipping both ways, and nicely discounted rates for international buyers, you don't have much to loose. I think the 30 day in home trial shows a lot of respect for the customer as well, and I wish it would be possible to get local shops to do this. Anyways, I could go on but the rest is up to you to try for yourself. I think about the price I paid for the RSL's, and they very easily compete with and outperform speakers in this price range and a fair bit above it too! Thomas Alberta, Canada.

joe

June 8th, 2019

RATING
Now that i have the RSL CG25 for about two months, i HAVE to share my experience. I had several decent speakers with me over the past two years, my last set of speakers were qacoustics 3020 and 3010 as atmos, and later i bought a SVS Ultra center channel to substitute my q acoustics concept 20 center channel. Both centers were good, the main difference was that the SVS Ultra, have more and better bass and bigger soudstage. I kept the SVS for about 6 months. I found that in many movies ( in some parts) the detail of voices were lacking detail. Long story short, i gave a pair of KEF LS50 a chance. At the time i was perfectly happy, and i thought that the Ls50's were my last speakers. After i sold my SVS Ultra center, i "only" had to find THE center channel. After weeks of research ( and a very nice previous experience with the RSL speedwoofer 10) i decided to give the RSL G25 a chance, the other option? another LS50 as center channel. Last week i finally have the chance to compare the Kef Ls50 to the CG25. The first hour, i have to repeat many songs and scenes from movies, in part because before the tests, i was thinking that maybe the new RSL G25 were not in the same category than the legendary Kef Ls50's. Song after song, i found myself giving the edge to the CG25. After a few songs, i started to ask my wife her opinion about the sound, because maybe i was hallucinating. Every time we agreed that the CG25 sounded better. Some major differences between these speakers: The cg25, have noticeable bigger soundstage than the Ls50. The cg25, have better clarity and a beautiful and enjoyable neutral sound. One thing i personally dont like about speakers, is brightness/ harshness. To me, althought i still like very much the sound of the kef's, with certain music like heavy rock or poor recordings, the kefs, can get a touch harsh/ bright. I found that my wife and i, can listen more comfortably to music. The rsl's dont fatigue the ears. Other things i think important to share; the cg25 plays louder with same volume ( i dont know if its cause ohms or something) and have more impact with bass. Sigh... Having write all of this, the contest was so close, but ultimately i choose the RSL CG25. I recently upload pictures of my kef's because im selling them to buy a pair of cg25's to flank my rsl center. Note: The cg25, have a metallic grill but its weird that no information about that on rsl website. Personally i found the grill usefull because i have cats. Ease of mind. I test the speakers with my denon avr x6400h. Thank you Joe, for the outstanding service you gave to me!

Enrique Rivadeneyra

May 12th, 2019

RATING
First, let me start by saying I love music. I would never call myself an audiophile as I appreciate tone. I don't analyze it. I like dynamic, powerful sound not the flat, clinical sound of most 'audiophile' speakers. I play guitar and I like a round, full sound. Think Fender clean. So, after listening to everything including the KEF R series, SVS Ultras, B&W 700 series and not hearing 'my' tone, I thought I would take a chance on RSL. These are the ones. They are so clear and open sounding. The sound bounces from the speakers and envelopes you. It's like RSL took the best from the KEFs, SVSs, and the B&Ws and put them into one beautiful, heavy cabinet. I am using an Onkyo RZ830 to push 5 CG25s, 4 C34Es, and an SVS SB-2000 sub. These speakers are a perfect match for this sub. Atmos is awesome for home theater, but for music... 'all channel stereo'. DAMN! It's like there aren't any speakers. The sound is coming from everywhere. Clean, clear, crisp, full, dynamic, detailed sound. You should always judge a speaker by how well it plays music. Any decent speakers with a decent sub can do home theater. These ARE music. You can hear the separation and fullness of each instrument. This makes your home theater even better as everything is so full and detailed. These are GREAT speakers. You owe it to yourself to try them.

venetian9602

March 20th, 2019

RATING
A pair of RSL CG25s arrived in a non-descript brown box with no markings or logos. Upon removing the white cloth wrapping, the gloss piano black finish looked beautiful, in fact, flawless. After dinner, I invited the wife for a first listen in the living room. I powered up the HK 3700, 85 wpc Stereo receiver, dropped Lady Gaga’s “The Fame” in my Denon CD player and pushed play to the opening track, Just Dance. The synth starts, the synth keyboard drops, then vocals and the beat … and I’m shaking my head No. Thirty seconds in I realize I’m shaking my head. No; no way. She asks, “What do you think?” I respond, “What do you think?” I can’t believe they sound this good. No way. I saw the high praise from Audioholics.com and read RSL’s fascinating history. I knew little about RSL speakers and had never heard an RSL speaker ever. In fact, I was homing in on KEFs, Revels or B&Ws at a price point RSL fell into. But when I received a warm response from RSL to an email inquiry about the new CG25s, I did the unthinkable. I clicked Add to Cart without any audition and not a single review on the CG25 anywhere. I thought, worse comes to worse, I can return them, no big deal. Long before I came up to bed Saturday night from a 3 ½ hour listening session, I knew I was never letting them go. Worse still, they had destroyed the purpose I had for them. I thought surround or Atmos, but no, these aren’t balcony or background speakers, their sound is center stage under the bright lights. To me, what RSL achieved with the CG25s is incomparable. You hear everything with wickedly clear sonic clarity, exciting dynamics, bass, and slam. From bass guitar, bass drum, cymbals or hi-hats, to guitar, sax or trumpet to lead, backing vocals and chorus, the delineation and natural timber evokes jaw-dropping wows. These are audiophile speakers. I now hear the backup vocals lost in lesser speakers. Best of all, they compete triumphantly with the big boys and knock it out of the park. Thanks RSL for taking my enjoyment of music to another level. Cheers!

Michael Lima

March 5th, 2019

RATING
I just installed a pair of CG25's and a Speedwoofer in my friend's neighborhood bar, The Celtic Cove in Flushing, NY (Queens). They're attached to their TouchTunes Jukebox and it sounds fantastic as I thought it would. Three years ago I purchased a CG24 5.1 with the original Speedwoofer, (CG24-LCR, and CG4 for SL and SR) for my home theater, which I love. The new CG25's are amazing and we're receiving a lot of compliments on the new sound system. After the break-in period the imaging and warmth of the drivers are coming to life. Thank you for a great product.

Kurt

February 9th, 2019

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RATING
All arrived in perfect condition. The CG 25 are out of this world. Thank you.

William

July 16th, 2019

RATING
I decided to give the new RSL CG5 series speakers a try after not being completely satisfied with my current setup. When I first chose my setup, I figured it was important to listen to as many speakers as possible to really understand how one set stacks up against another. So in the last year and a half I had visited all of my local high-end audio shops and listened to over 20 pairs of speakers in total. Once you get away from the Home Theatre-in-a-box offerings from big box stores and into proper speakers, there are a lot of good options. I tested bookshelf speakers from $500-$1500/pr CDN from companies like Paradigm, B&W, Totem, Monitor Audio, Revel, Focal, Sonus Faber, Martin Logan, RBH, Dynaudio, DALI, Elac, Bryston and more. All have great offerings and I really didn't hear a "bad" sounding speaker, just each with a different presentation of it's own. In the end I narrowed it down to my top 3 favorites and made arrangements with my dealers to take them all home (NOT easy) so I could compare and make a final choice. I chose ATC SCM7 V3's and matching center channel because they gave me a great level of detail/resolution, sounded natural and realistic, and had nice snap/attack/dynamics. After almost a year of ownership, I still enjoyed the ATC's but was left feeling that sometimes there were still not quite right, and always seemed to still sound like a speaker doing it's own impression or "take" on whatever was played through it. I was completely confident that the ATC's were still the best choice out of everything I heard at my local shops, but still wanted a bit more. After nearly two dozen emails back and forth with owner Joe Rodgers, I had a package from them in my house in a week... and I'm in Canada! With a good 50+ hours break-in, I have found they are very strong speakers and stand out above many other speakers in dynamics, openness, non-fatiguing treble, and free-from-the-cabinet, 3 dimensional sound. There is fine texture and detail in voices and instruments that many other speaker in the price range just basically gloss over. Each and every part of the music is given it's own space. Bass presence is very good and the speaker certainly sounds full, and a lot bigger that it looks. The sound presentation every review on here talks about is spot on. It must be due in large part to the Compression Guide getting rid of the cabinet's effect. I don't know how other companies have not stolen or tried their own take on this CG technology. The naturalness and realism are excellent, they don't draw too sharp or soft an image and the tweeter has no sibilance issues and is very un-fatiguing. Build quality is fantastic, and their customer service is just as impressive and simply the best, most helpful and respectful I have experienced from any retailer anywhere. If you live in the U.S. there is absolutely ZERO reason not to give these speakers a try. With free shipping both ways, and nicely discounted rates for international buyers, you don't have much to loose. I think the 30 day in home trial shows a lot of respect for the customer as well, and I wish it would be possible to get local shops to do this. Anyways, I could go on but the rest is up to you to try for yourself. I think about the price I paid for the RSL's, and they very easily compete with and outperform speakers in this price range and a fair bit above it too! Thomas Alberta, Canada.

joe

June 8th, 2019

RATING
Now that i have the RSL CG25 for about two months, i HAVE to share my experience. I had several decent speakers with me over the past two years, my last set of speakers were qacoustics 3020 and 3010 as atmos, and later i bought a SVS Ultra center channel to substitute my q acoustics concept 20 center channel. Both centers were good, the main difference was that the SVS Ultra, have more and better bass and bigger soudstage. I kept the SVS for about 6 months. I found that in many movies ( in some parts) the detail of voices were lacking detail. Long story short, i gave a pair of KEF LS50 a chance. At the time i was perfectly happy, and i thought that the Ls50's were my last speakers. After i sold my SVS Ultra center, i "only" had to find THE center channel. After weeks of research ( and a very nice previous experience with the RSL speedwoofer 10) i decided to give the RSL G25 a chance, the other option? another LS50 as center channel. Last week i finally have the chance to compare the Kef Ls50 to the CG25. The first hour, i have to repeat many songs and scenes from movies, in part because before the tests, i was thinking that maybe the new RSL G25 were not in the same category than the legendary Kef Ls50's. Song after song, i found myself giving the edge to the CG25. After a few songs, i started to ask my wife her opinion about the sound, because maybe i was hallucinating. Every time we agreed that the CG25 sounded better. Some major differences between these speakers: The cg25, have noticeable bigger soundstage than the Ls50. The cg25, have better clarity and a beautiful and enjoyable neutral sound. One thing i personally dont like about speakers, is brightness/ harshness. To me, althought i still like very much the sound of the kef's, with certain music like heavy rock or poor recordings, the kefs, can get a touch harsh/ bright. I found that my wife and i, can listen more comfortably to music. The rsl's dont fatigue the ears. Other things i think important to share; the cg25 plays louder with same volume ( i dont know if its cause ohms or something) and have more impact with bass. Sigh... Having write all of this, the contest was so close, but ultimately i choose the RSL CG25. I recently upload pictures of my kef's because im selling them to buy a pair of cg25's to flank my rsl center. Note: The cg25, have a metallic grill but its weird that no information about that on rsl website. Personally i found the grill usefull because i have cats. Ease of mind. I test the speakers with my denon avr x6400h. Thank you Joe, for the outstanding service you gave to me!

Enrique Rivadeneyra

May 12th, 2019

RATING
First, let me start by saying I love music. I would never call myself an audiophile as I appreciate tone. I don't analyze it. I like dynamic, powerful sound not the flat, clinical sound of most 'audiophile' speakers. I play guitar and I like a round, full sound. Think Fender clean. So, after listening to everything including the KEF R series, SVS Ultras, B&W 700 series and not hearing 'my' tone, I thought I would take a chance on RSL. These are the ones. They are so clear and open sounding. The sound bounces from the speakers and envelopes you. It's like RSL took the best from the KEFs, SVSs, and the B&Ws and put them into one beautiful, heavy cabinet. I am using an Onkyo RZ830 to push 5 CG25s, 4 C34Es, and an SVS SB-2000 sub. These speakers are a perfect match for this sub. Atmos is awesome for home theater, but for music... 'all channel stereo'. DAMN! It's like there aren't any speakers. The sound is coming from everywhere. Clean, clear, crisp, full, dynamic, detailed sound. You should always judge a speaker by how well it plays music. Any decent speakers with a decent sub can do home theater. These ARE music. You can hear the separation and fullness of each instrument. This makes your home theater even better as everything is so full and detailed. These are GREAT speakers. You owe it to yourself to try them.

venetian9602

March 20th, 2019

RATING
A pair of RSL CG25s arrived in a non-descript brown box with no markings or logos. Upon removing the white cloth wrapping, the gloss piano black finish looked beautiful, in fact, flawless. After dinner, I invited the wife for a first listen in the living room. I powered up the HK 3700, 85 wpc Stereo receiver, dropped Lady Gaga’s “The Fame” in my Denon CD player and pushed play to the opening track, Just Dance. The synth starts, the synth keyboard drops, then vocals and the beat … and I’m shaking my head No. Thirty seconds in I realize I’m shaking my head. No; no way. She asks, “What do you think?” I respond, “What do you think?” I can’t believe they sound this good. No way. I saw the high praise from Audioholics.com and read RSL’s fascinating history. I knew little about RSL speakers and had never heard an RSL speaker ever. In fact, I was homing in on KEFs, Revels or B&Ws at a price point RSL fell into. But when I received a warm response from RSL to an email inquiry about the new CG25s, I did the unthinkable. I clicked Add to Cart without any audition and not a single review on the CG25 anywhere. I thought, worse comes to worse, I can return them, no big deal. Long before I came up to bed Saturday night from a 3 ½ hour listening session, I knew I was never letting them go. Worse still, they had destroyed the purpose I had for them. I thought surround or Atmos, but no, these aren’t balcony or background speakers, their sound is center stage under the bright lights. To me, what RSL achieved with the CG25s is incomparable. You hear everything with wickedly clear sonic clarity, exciting dynamics, bass, and slam. From bass guitar, bass drum, cymbals or hi-hats, to guitar, sax or trumpet to lead, backing vocals and chorus, the delineation and natural timber evokes jaw-dropping wows. These are audiophile speakers. I now hear the backup vocals lost in lesser speakers. Best of all, they compete triumphantly with the big boys and knock it out of the park. Thanks RSL for taking my enjoyment of music to another level. Cheers!

Michael Lima

March 5th, 2019

RATING
I just installed a pair of CG25's and a Speedwoofer in my friend's neighborhood bar, The Celtic Cove in Flushing, NY (Queens). They're attached to their TouchTunes Jukebox and it sounds fantastic as I thought it would. Three years ago I purchased a CG24 5.1 with the original Speedwoofer, (CG24-LCR, and CG4 for SL and SR) for my home theater, which I love. The new CG25's are amazing and we're receiving a lot of compliments on the new sound system. After the break-in period the imaging and warmth of the drivers are coming to life. Thank you for a great product.

Kurt

February 9th, 2019

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RSL CG25 Speaker
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Woofer: 5.25” cast frame, aramid-fiber cone
Tweeter: 1” translucent silk dome, neodymium rare earth magnet
Frequency Response: 51-35,000 Hz ± 3dB
Recommended Impedance setting for amplifiers: 6 or 8 ohms (whichever is higher)
Sensitivity: 88 dB SPL @ 2.83 V, 1 meter distance
Recommended Power: 25-150 watts
Crossover Frequency: 2,500 Hz
Crossover Slope: 12 dB/octave
Crossover Parts: Air-core coil, polypropylene capacitors, gold-plated binding posts
Tuning Method: Compression Guide™
Weight: 23 lbs.
Dimensions: H: 19” W: 8 1/2” D: 9 3/4″ (without grille 9”)

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