Which Paradigm center

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  1. Kevin. W

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    If I'm able to sell of my Paradigm Minis, CC-350, and PS1000, I'm looking at picking up the v3 Studio 40,20 and CC??? center. I was wondeing if anyone could give me any insight on which one to get. Price difference is about $300CDN between the CC470/CC570. One other question. What kind of discount should I expect if buying the speakers(total cost: $3400CDN before discount at my local audio shop)

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    Anyone?

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    Hey kevin i would probally go with the cc470 if your going with the 20's and 40's but then you might kick yourself later for not getting the 570, i probally would but with the 40 and 20's it might be a bit much. At 3400 cdn i wouldn pay any more than 3100 taxes in. About 600 off or so would be a good deal here anyway. And in my opinion you made a excellent choise i have 60's 20's and studio cc v2's and couldn't be happier.

    GOOD LUCK !
     
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    Does that $ 3400 include stands and taxes?

    Pulling numbers kinda outta mine arsch:

    v3 40s should be ~ 1400, 20s ~ 1000, then the CC takes you to low 3000s. If that $ 3400 doesn't include stands or taxes you might be able to do better straight off of list.

    As for what kind of discount to shoot for? Buying a package is usually helpful. [​IMG] Depending on your dealer you may be able to get 15-20% off. Shoot for a bit more so you have some negotiating room.
     

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