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Old 12-21-2009, 08:21 PM
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Hi Dan,

Since you have both Cremona Auditor and Guarneri Memento, which one is more suitable for rock?

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PMC EB1i
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NGeorge.......I no longer have the SF Auditor's, only the Guarneri Momento's. The Auditor's are being lovingly cared for by another Audio Aficionado member.

I thoroughly agree with KMC45 and two dot. The PMC EB1i's get down in a serious way, at any volume level you dial up. I love my pair.
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I still feel the same way Dan...."Sonus Faber Guarneri Memento's is nothing short of extraordinary, bordering on miraculously phenomenal. These speakers are absolute keepers."
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