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Bigger speaker sound from small speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by dUnKle, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. dUnKle

    dUnKle
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    My front sound stage currently consists of B&W 603s2s and a CC6s2 along with a REL Q100E and a Rel Quake

    In next 12 months will be looking at getting my own house and not going to have room I dont think to have dedicated AV room :(

    Are there any small wall mounted, good looking speakers that would give me the performance that I currently have ?
     
  2. gnikolaidis

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    Well, small is beatiful does not necessary apply to speakers! If size is a real constraint try the new B&W MT-10, MT-20 and MT-30 mini speaker series. I have them for two weeks now and they sound great (considering their size).
     
  3. Petey

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    I have a definitive technology pro monitor 80 system that may be of interest to you.

    Small speakers that look good and sound great.
     

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