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Old 05-24-2017, 03:38 PM
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IMHO these are the best speakers you can find in this price range. They are absolutely stunning. Presenting music in a engaging way and with a big soundstage. Lots of air and and height. Congrats if you are one of the future owners.
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IMHO these are the best speakers you can find in this price range. They are absolutely stunning. Presenting music in a engaging way and with a big soundstage. Lots of air and and height. Congrats if you are one of the future owners.
These are certainly on my audition list as I get started rebuilding a modest system for the listening space I have allocated for this purpose.

I have owned a pair of Dynaudio 72 SE's back in the day and they were very enjoyable with my then BAT and McIntosh system that followed. No glaring faults or omissions from their performance that I can recall, smooth and musical. Of course every new speaker should be auditioned and evaluated no matter the brand or heritage.
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Wondering if anyone's demoed these yet? Haven't made the trek to a local dealer, which isn't super close.
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Those should be very accurate monitors. And through in a pair of subs and amazing good sound. I have many Dynaudios based on that same tweeter and similar mid bass mid range driver. They do great in overlapping frequencies without the need for extremely complex crossovers

That and the voice coil design results in very clean accurate out put.
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I'm very interested in these for a small-room system. Here's a recent writeup -- not the most systematic or authoritative but gives some idea of the speakers in a modest setup:

http://peteswrite.blogspot.ca/2017/0...er-review.html

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I'm very interested in these for a small-room system. Here's a recent writeup -- not the most systematic or authoritative but gives some idea of the speakers in a modest setup:

http://peteswrite.blogspot.ca/2017/0...er-review.html

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Sounds like the main ingredients are there and a sub could easily take care of the scale and bottom end.
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