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Whats the best?

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by kevinmuff, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. kevinmuff

    kevinmuff New Member

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    If i had all the money in the world
    and wanted the best set up, where would i find the best speakers?
    what is the best brand? what is the best line of speakers and subs?
     
  2. John F. Palacio

    John F. Palacio Well-Known Member

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    Bose
     
  3. corona13

    corona13 Well-Known Member

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    hang out in a parking lot, with any luck, some guys in a white van will approach you and offer you the deal of a life time.

    buy the whole truck load.
     
  4. JohnRice

    JohnRice Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to HTF, Kevin. In case you didn't catch on, the previous respondants jest at your expense. An easier question might be "What is the meaning of life?", so maybe you should start there instead. Still, you will no doubt get "answers".
     
  5. Arthur S

    Arthur S Well-Known Member

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    Hi Kevin

    Just buy the HTD Level 3 Towers for a start. This is not a joke.
     
  6. flood37

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    the 'best' is bassicaly preference.

    My dream system would include of a nice pair of Anthony Gallo Reference 3's though.
     
  7. bassman99floyd

    bassman99floyd Well-Known Member

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    My preference is Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus Diamond's, series 800. They are a WOW! Each speaker costs $7000.00 so they don't come cheap. I have B&W Nautilus 803's, and it truly is amazing to hear sound effects, unique notes or a hidden vocalist that standard speakers can not reproduce. Imagine, a song you've heard hundreds of times, then you hear it thru my system, and you say, I never noticed that voice/instrument before.

    Very Impressive...
     
  8. John Garcia

    John Garcia Well-Known Member

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    If money were no question, you could just have bands come and play in your living room.
     
  9. Dan Driscoll

    Dan Driscoll Well-Known Member

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    Just to be completely clear, there is no such thing as the "best" speakers, "best" processor, "best" CD player, etc. There is only what sounds best to you, personally. That might well be a set of Bose cubes or it might be a $500K system in a room built specifically for listening to the kind of music you like. It might even be a set of Bose cubes in a room built specifically for listening. The only way to find out is to get out and listen. Hopefully to music, as well as equipment.
     

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