It's not about subs..... main speakers.

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by Alex/d, Sep 6, 2006.

  1. Alex/d

    Alex/d Stunt Coordinator

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    Well... it's that glorious time again. My money is burning a hole in my back pocket... and it says "Buy new floorstanding speakers."

    I've got a few models in mind... so far.
    B&W DM603/604 (604's a bit more expensive..)
    Infinity Beta 50's
    Paradigm Studio series

    I'm going to audition these speakers (if I can get all models in a day) and possibly some other models me and my bud run across.

    Anyone have suggestions on choices of this list or any other brand/model? [​IMG]


    I should also add that I am using a Onkyo TX-DS787 to power the speakers for the time being. (and the fact that I really don't want to go over $2000... $800 is kinda pushing me but I'll be willing to pop $2k for good speakers. Also thinking of down the road adding a Adcom GFA-7805 amp for more power... )
     
  2. dany

    dany Supporting Actor

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    603's will work great with a good SVS.
     
  3. BillSuneson

    BillSuneson Stunt Coordinator

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    Look into the Polk LSi 15's, you won't be dissapointed
     
  4. Arthur S

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    Please be aware that speakers in a showroom will sound noticeably different in your home. Typically, speakers will sound brighter at home than in a showroom.
     

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