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Old 04-21-2019, 04:37 PM
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Yeah, that wasnít me with Futuras.
Exactly what Iím thinking though is while they are relatively like new to get better swap value as Iím getting pretty good deal.
Donít know something about deeper bass that I think I would want more of. At the same time I ruled out Amati Tradition initially as I thought they were too big for my room but now looking at it, Iím thinking Amati would be just fine.
Serafinoís are spectacular though.
I haven't heard Sonus Faber Amati Tradition, but I only know that they need a big room. If your Sonus Faber dealer is good, he knows if Amati Tradition is right for your room. My Sonus Faber dealer said to me, that Serafino Tradition is right for me. It depends on what kind of room you have. I have heard Serafino Tradition and they are really good with McIntosh C52 and MC452. If you have a big room, you could also look at Il Cremonese. I know that Il Cremonese is much more expensive than Amati Tradiotion, but it could be a much bigger jump than moving from Serafino Tradition to Amati Tradition.
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Old 04-21-2019, 07:26 PM
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My room is 17 by 22"
Another way Im thinking is in the future moving them up to the theater where I currently have slightly aging yet still good B&W 803D.
I love Serafinos. I really really do.Did not want to miss on an opportunity to move up the line and only lose a couple thousand dollars.




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I haven't heard Sonus Faber Amati Tradition, but I only know that they need a big room. If your Sonus Faber dealer is good, he knows if Amati Tradition is right for your room. My Sonus Faber dealer said to me, that Serafino Tradition is right for me. It depends on what kind of room you have. I have heard Serafino Tradition and they are really good with McIntosh C52 and MC452. If you have a big room, you could also look at Il Cremonese. I know that Il Cremonese is much more expensive than Amati Tradiotion, but it could be a much bigger jump than moving from Serafino Tradition to Amati Tradition.
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Old 04-21-2019, 10:25 PM
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I second the Il Cremonese much bigger step up than the Amati Tradition.
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Old 04-24-2019, 11:09 PM
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Dang those are purdy!!
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