Just bought CA Azur 640c v1 Amp, need Floor Standers!! Advice please.

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  1. Brick_Top

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    Hey guys

    First post on here, so please be nice.

    I've just replaced my old amp with a Cambridge Audio Azur 640a v1.

    I currently have KEF C40 floor standers which my grandad gave me years ago.

    I hooked up some MS20i's in their place to see how well bi-wiring sounds, and was completely blown away by the sound from such a small pair of bookshelf speakers, I think the amp played a large part.

    Now I've seen the benefits of both bi-wiring, and modern speaker design, I want to upgrade my old KEF C40's for something modern and bi-wireable.

    The KEF's are rated at 100WPC, have 2 8" bass cones and 1 tweeter each.

    In terms of the music I listen to, it's mostly bass heavy dance music (breaks/jungle) and also Dubstep, hip hop etc.

    So I'm looking for speakers with heavy bass and crisp high end.

    What would you reccomend to use with this amplifier for around £200?
     
  2. twoblacklines

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    im going to bump this, as im planning on buying the latest v of the azur 640, and i listen to the same music.

    So what to get ? i have a £300 ish budget...
     
  3. Cable Monkey

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    Richers sell both Mordaunt Short and Kef speakers and Cambridge Audio have a lot to do with design of the MS speakers so try both and see how they sound. Buying from the same dealer gives you the opportunity to arrange deals also so it is always worth considering.
     

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