Buying my first set of speakers.. Need help!!

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  1. EricTang

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    I just got a Denon 2802 receiver from my dad because he just recently upgraded his system, but the problem is I don't have any speakers to go with it. After spending many hours reading the posts here and searching online, I have auditioned most of the speakers carried by local store.

    These are the speakers I am considering to get: Paradigm: Mini Monitor ($299 USD for a new v3 pair
     
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    POLK Lsi Series,

    Onix Rockets,

    Klipsch Reference Series,

    Just find an online site that sells em.

    plenty of good stuff out there.
     
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    Or you could go with:
    Axiom Audio
    Dahlquists

    There are a couple of other threads out there that discuss this same topic pretty much. Might want to check them out as well. [​IMG]

    Matthew
     
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    Thanks for your advises.. I ended up getting JM LAB the Cobalt S826s for my fronts, and CC800 for center. After I auditioned them this afternoon, I knew I had to get them eventhough I can only afford the fronts and center. They were just better and more clear than any other of the speakers I auditioned. I don't know why no one hardly ever talk about them here, but these speakers are AMAZING... I strongly suggest anyone to take some time and check them out..
     
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    By the way.. I compared the JMs with the Paradigm Studio 60s and 100s side by side... and JMs just blew them away...
     

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