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Replacement front speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by wisomann, Mar 11, 2002.

  1. wisomann

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    Need to buy new front speakers for current Sony Pro Logic system STR-D515 (see attached spec). The smaller the better as I now have limited space available since replacing my Sony 29” with a 32” widescreen model. Any suggestions – what do you advise.
     
  2. Jase

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    Hi

    What sort of budget do you have??
     
  3. wisomann

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    no budget range set as yet. Want to know what is out there that would do the job at a reasonable cost. Someone has suggested selling the lot and re investing in someof the n micro systems that are around for £500 - 800
    Need to bare that in mind with any new speakers that I decide to buy.
     
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    If you are thinking of selling I´d consider looking at other seperate systems available in that price range.

    Speaker wise, if you stick with this amp, its worth looking at the Mission 7 pack that Richer Sounds have on offer at the moment, the speakers are easy to drive so wont cause the amp any problems.

    Other speakers worth looking at are Kef´s Cresta range and the Q range also B&W S3 or the older S2 series.

    Amps/receivers to consider are Denon, Yamaha, Harmon Kardon, Marantz all have amps to suit different budgets.
     
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    Sorry, if its small you´re after then have a look at the Kef eggs.

    Five satellites and a sub, great for movies and not too bad for music.
     
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    Anybody know the difference between these 2 models. Also what speaker system would you recommend £500 budget. :lease:
     
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    Wisomann
    If your looking for a smart sub sat system i have some definitve technology speakers in black with 18 months warranty.
    These speakers are far better than kef eggs and the sub is amazing, some say this system will give M&k`s a run for there money the retail price is £1000. the system has exellent reviews, look at hard ware reviews on this site and seach on google.
    The sub and sat are really well made and really shake the room with out disstortion . i am selling them for £ 435.00 with 2 front stands any one else interested please let me know you will not be dissapionted
     

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