Pairing speakers to new amp

password1

Distinguished Member
The outgoing MA silver 6g are discounted and should be better than the latest MA bronze. Silver 50 are £299 at ssav. Real wood veneer vs the vynil wrap on the bronze, not to mention better everything (better tweeters, better drivers, better cabinets, better crossovers, etc)
 

password1

Distinguished Member
If you're lucky you might find the Dali opticon 1 or 2 mark 1 within budget. they're a step up from the oberons and ma bronze
 

gwarde

Active Member
Thanks to all who gave me inputs about my speaker choice. I couldn't resist the lure of a pair of open box Q Acoustics 3030i for £235 delivered. Hope I've made the right decision, if not you may see them in the classifieds in a few weeks!! Thanks again to all who helped.
 

robdmarsh

Active Member
Open to any suggestions.
If you haven't gone for anything since the last posting on this thread, and as the suggestions were creeping up in price, you might want to try these: Triangle Esprit Titus EZ.

I have recently acquired these and they are easily the best stand mount speakers I've heard up to about £1000. They are quite easy to drive and I think they would complement the warmish sound of the Marantz quite well. Oh and btw, as they are an old model, you can find good deals. Mine were an open box for £550
 

gwarde

Active Member
If you haven't gone for anything since the last posting on this thread, and as the suggestions were creeping up in price, you might want to try these: Triangle Esprit Titus EZ.

I have recently acquired these and they are easily the best stand mount speakers I've heard up to about £1000. They are quite easy to drive and I think they would complement the warmish sound of the Marantz quite well. Oh and btw, as they are an old model, you can find good deals. Mine were an open box for £550
Thanks, I plumped for a pair of Q Acoustics 3030i which I am very happy with, but thank you for the input.
 

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