Micro surround speakers for <£200

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    Hi all,

    I'm after a set of surround speakers to match up with my Sony STRDA1200ES. I already have a pair of Mission M73 as the main stereo pair combined with a REL sub, just need a centre and two surround speakers. I quite lilke the concept of the Mission M cube speakers but they are way too pricey for me. I really want the surrounds to be as small and inconspicuoius as possible. Looking at max spend of around £200???
     
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    Orbaudio Mod1s are nice and small with a good sound to boot. They work out at about £60 a speaker delivered.
     
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    Anthony Gallo Micro or Orbaudio Mod1s as 2nd option! :thumbsup:

    Check mine:
     

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    Blimey, they're rather small!!
     
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    Thanks for all the replies - always very helpful as usual. I should have mentioned that they need to be wall mounted (no room for stands, shelves etc). The orbs look really cool but can these be mounted on the wall?

    The Anthony Gallo Micro's look excellent, are the Ti are big leap in terms of quality? I will definitely look into these further!

    I've been offered a full set of Jamo A 330 from Ebay (5 satellites but minus sub) for £90 all in, but not sure. See here... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=290067025852&ssPageName=STRK:MEWA:IT&ih=019
     
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    Hmmm, best price I can find for a pair of the Gallo's is &#163;275 (including wall brackets), and then I need a center. Don't seem to be many around on the 2nd hand market either :-(
     
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    I also wanted an Anthony Gallo Adiva Ti for center speaker, but decided to stay on the 4.1 route...:)

    But it's a good option for a discret stylish center speaker... :thumbsup:


    Here's my system... CRT old fashion way...:rotfl:
     

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