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Creek A50iR, Rega Brio 2000 or NAD T743

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by udmrts, May 24, 2005.

  1. udmrts

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    Hi,

    I have Klipsch RF15 floorstading speakers which has sweet treble and midrange and enough bass for music. (Not very JBL like or club sound, but not completely transparent or jazz friendly either). I use them with QED Silver Anniversary Cable, Sony STR DE 485 and Sony SSMF 400 for surrounds. I'll sell the 485 and MF400's and pay an extra for one of these three.

    Now, on a tight budget, I have to make a decision. I've heard Creek with Epos and Rega with Dali speakers, and NAD with Wharfedale 8.4 (In back stereo mode).

    I loved the detail and transparency Rega and Creek offers. Nad+Wharfedale sounded coloured, (too sweet and upfront midrange) and was less detailed. Stereo is obviously important, but I have to sacrifice surround music and film entertainment for it.

    Each for 360 pounds. What would you do?
     

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