Possibly a bargain?


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The RRP is correct as of a few years ago when I bought my Tannoy Mercury package. The Aegis was another system I looked at at the time but the Tannoy system came in cheaper. As speaker technology is not as dynamic as other home theater areas £135 makes this system a serious bargain as long as you can fit all those big speakers in your home theater.:)

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Would this set be a good upgrade for my current set up ?

I very tempted as I could E-Bay my Old stuff for a similar price.


702e Front
700 Rears
Centre 70ci


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Well I orderd the package to replace my not so good Teac set so heres hoping its not a miss price. Saw they also had a set with compacts for the same price.


can anyone who received them comment on the sound quality. I have got a DTS Videologic Pure surround system. Would this be an improvement?


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There one satisfied customer at leadt, anyway.

A step up from Videologic's I'd say, but remember you'll need an amp too!



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I got mine delivered yesterday (Monday) morning and I am very pleased with them. I'm no expert but they sound very nice. I am also very pleased with the build quality and they look very smart. I also got a Denon 1803 delivered from EmpireDirect for £139 so am very happy :D


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In my opinion, that speaker set is a complete bargain. Take a look at their reviews and the newer Aegis Evo range and you will see why.

I own the Aegis Evo 3 pair, which cost me just under £300 (rrp £350) which are good value even at this price. In my experience it is difficult getting large discounts on the AE current range of speakers.

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