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JBL nsp1 vs. Energy take 5.2

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brian Fineberg, Jul 16, 2001.

  1. Brian Fineberg

    Brian Fineberg Second Unit

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    has anyone had any experience with these or thoughts? I was wondering which was better bang for the buck and which would I be most happy with. I am using a denon 3801. Am I not even looking in the right category of speakers with this reciever. Let me know. I am really looking forward to having complete timbre matching speakers. Thanks ahead of time!!
     
  2. BryanW

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    I don't have the take 5 ,I have the Encore speakers. I have heard both and both sound great but the Encores are worth the extra money they can be had under $1000 if you look. there is a company on ebay that sells them at a buy it now price just under 900 that where I bought mine. His add is named Icdtech. Had no problems with them even gave me a good price on the Encore stands. Don't think you'll find them cheaper.By the way I have a Yammaha RXV800 a great combination!
     
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    Phil Iturralde Screenwriter

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    Phew, thank god Phil found a way to shorten his JBL NSP1 speech [​IMG]
     
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    Baldemar Garcia Stunt Coordinator

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    I don't usually like recommending something other than listed items, but I think this is a great deal. Check out the Velodyne CHT system at onecall.com. At $250, it's worthy of consideration. No affiliation with either onecall or Velodyne, just passing on what I consider to be a great deal.
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