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Canton CD2.22

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by nheather, Apr 25, 2005.

  1. nheather

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    I've seen many references to the Canton CD2.22

    Does this actually exist as a set or do you just buy the invidual components ... I think they are

    CD100 x2
    CD50 x1
    CD10 x2
    AS22

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    correct CD2.22 is reffered to in the canton brochure (was) but never on the website it is 2x CD100 2 x CD10 1 x CD50 and 1 x AS22C
     
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    The CD100 floor standing units are not suitable due to my living room size...are there any substitutes available ?
     
  4. nheather

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    What about using CD50s as the fronts and wall mounting them - this is what I intend to do.

    I suspect the CD100s may be better musically though. Although they have the same number of speakers they are described as 2x woofer, 2x midrange and 1 x tweeter - the CD50 is stated as 4x woofer and 1x tweeter.

    Is this just marketing or does the CD100 specifically have mid-range drivers and cross-over unit ?

    The CD100 is also a bass-reflex design whereas the CD50 is a closed design.



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