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bose cubes

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by dali1020, Jul 3, 2004.

  1. dali1020

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    I want some small good quality small speakers, looked at bose cubes but seem £££ any others i could look at? cheers dali :smashin:
     
  2. Daneel

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    Aego2/5 Currently available at pretty good prices.
     
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    aego 2 seconded. deals at www.aego2.com in B stock section and at unbeatable.co.uk . fantastic speakers, and no amplification needed!!

    what about a pair of Mordaunt Short 302 speakers @ £120/pair and a MJ Acoustics Pro50 subwoofer @ £300? Will give a superbly balanced sound, fantastic stereo imagery, and enough bass for small- medium sized rooms?

    bose is overpriced, over hyped stuff imo. not hifi. not recommended
     
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    B&W VM1's at about £125 each or Kef KHT5005's at £149 each are reasonable satelite speakers. Both I would say are better than Bose cubes.
     

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