They're going to be positioned at the top of the Alexandria line and come in at $195,000.
Most people will never be able to swing the $200,000 needed for a pair of Alexandria XLF speakers, and even those that can will be hard pressed to spend that much. Still, you have to admit, they're fun to drool over.
Dave Wilson, founder and president of Wilson Audio, says that the Alexandria XLF is a no-compromise speaker. One significant improvement over the X-2 Series 2 is a new passive bass management system. The look of the speaker has also been revised to ensure low resonance from the enclosure.
The XLF comes in at $195,000 - we're assuming that's for a pair. Of course, if you don't feel like spending that much on a speaker, consider a similarly priced Bentley Continental, five E-Class Mercedes or, you know, a 2,000 square foot house.
Source: Canada HiFi