The SEAS A26 is a 2-way loudspeaker kit, using a 26 cm paper cone woofer and a 35 mm textile dome tweeter, in a compact 28 liter aperiodic
enclosure. Carefully designed drivers with complementary response characteristics allow for a crossover network using only two components.
The A26 loudspeaker design is based closely on that of the legendary Dynaco A25 loudspeaker, first introduced in 1969. The A25, designed and
built by SEAS, was one of the most popular loudspeakers ever produced, with more than 1 million units sold. It was highly acclaimed
by audiophiles of the day, and received extremely positive reviews from consumer magazines as well as in the high-end audio press.
J. Gordon Holt, founder of Stereophile Magazine, had this to say about the A25:
"You will have a hard time buying more musical naturalness at any price... (the A-25s) are quite probably the best buy
in high fidelity today."