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budget sat speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by hitz, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. hitz

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    Hi,

    I currently have bose am15 speakers, sony 940 receiver.
    Im looking to replace the bose speakers with some satellite speakers but i do not want to spend a huge amount.(<£400)
    I also want to get the velodyne chtr10 sub so need a set of five satellites speakers which would go well with the sony and velodyne equipment i already have. any suggestions.
    Thanks
     
  2. GFS AV

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    Satellite systems usually come with a subwoofer, so my advice is to by a £500-600 package, then sell the subwoofer as brand new, and make some of your money back.
     
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    hitz the canton CD50 or smaller CD10 will do exactly what you want, AV-sales have them on demo with a velodyne sub so if you are near kent go for a demo....... see http://www.canton.de/www/index.php4?pg_id=14,14,,2,en also available in BLACK but not really shown on website....
     
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    the MA radius 90s or the JMLab Sibs. The latters are really awsome for their price and I think nothing is better in this price range. They sound good, look good and are really the best value for money and maybe even a better choice than the radius themselves. I for myself do have a dillema about which set to buy and I really tried to find reasons why to spend more money than the sibs and meanwhile I found no reason so maybe this will be my purchase as well.
    All of their reviews are great and Focal JMLab is really a company with a great reputation and still one of the few that produces all of the elements alone without buying from oems.
    Go hear them! you won't be dissappinted.
     

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