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Wharfedale DFS Rear Surround

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Amal, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. Amal

    Amal Member

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    Hi all,

    Any comments on Diamond DFS Surround and how would you rate the speaker.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Chad A

    Chad A Well-Known Member

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    For rear surrounds they perform great in my setup.
    For the price they can't be beat.
    I got mine for 30% off list.
     
  3. Amal

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    Thanks


    The only one available here is the DFS18. Which model do you have. I plan on buying it this weekend....I also need a Centre Any reccomendations
     
  4. Chad A

    Chad A Well-Known Member

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    I have Diamond 8's all round.

    In my experience I can tell you I didn't like the timbre match of the 8 center with the 8.3's I have for mains.

    So I ended up getting a single 8.2 to use for my center which works much better but I'll probably be getting a 9CM center soon to replace it when my budget permits.
     
  5. Amal

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    Welll Guess what..... Popped into local Hifi Shop...tested the 9.1 They amazing.....They were just a little more expensive then the DFS. I ended up buyig the 9.1 for my Rears ( They sounds great ) And Diamond 8 series Centre...... Exellent Vale for the price.. ( Sounded better then 9 series centre)

    Thanks for all the help.... The excitement of home theater never stops [​IMG]
     
  6. Barry_B_B

    Barry_B_B Well-Known Member

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    Considering these, would you use two pair in a 7.1 setup?
     

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