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Audiolab, Mirage, Yamaha: what center/surround/subwoofer speaker set?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Francesco, Apr 27, 2003.

  1. Francesco

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    Hello,

    I am looking for a good vakue for money center/surround/subwoofer set. My current system being:

    Marantz CD 17 (CD player)
    Audiolab 8000C (Control Amplifier)
    Audiolab 8000P (Power Amplifier)
    Yamaha DSP E800 (Sound Processor-Surround Amplifier)
    Mirage M890i (Front Speakers)

    What would you suggest? Thanks
     
  2. nathan_silly

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    Ruark's match well with the Audiolab sound (I have Audiolab gear & Ruark Etudes')

    How much you're looking at?

    Etudes are £650, Floorstanding Pro-Logue II (£1200) & Prelude II (£900) Matching centre is the Dialogue II (£425)

    oops noticed you've got Mirage fronts speakers. In that case Mirage centre, and if possible mirage sides with bipole/dipole/monopole speakers.

    Matching centre means the treble/bass drivers are identical to the main speakers (so it sound sound similar)

    For rears you can get away with other makes/models. I'm using NHT rears to Kef fronts and there is no difference in sound (in films panning is great, and the pink noise 5 speaker sweep sounds exactly the same)
     

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