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kef eggs vs JMlabs sib/cub

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by grey torq, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. grey torq

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    Advice, examples welcomed from owners or people who have heard these two setups.

    I am aware that the JM Labs Sib/cub sat/sub set possibly has a slight edge over the kef eggs musically but I am looking at a 100% home cinema application.

    I will be using my tried and tested MA floorstanders for stereo music.

    In terms of a discrete Home cinema system powered 7.1 with a Denon AVC-A11SR would the JM's handle the power of the Denon amp being only rated at 75w rather than the eggs which are rated at 100w. Has anyone experienced these setups, my preference is for clarity, atmosphere and impact with controlled bass, rather than an overblown sound.

    Any help would be most appreciated.

    Thanks

    GT
     

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