small speakers

hughesy

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Looking for small but decent speakers for a large room.

To date all i know of are the mission cube speakers...

need to buy about 10/12 of them so if anyone knows other options please say. or if anyone has used these speakers would they recommend??
 

Knyght_byte

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Monitor Audio Radius 45 or 90's......
 

Joe Fernand

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hughsey

Are you planning on using them all in one room?

What are the speakers being asked to do - Background music, Movies or HiFi?

Best regards

Joe
 

Cable Monkey

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Look at the Castle Compact surrounds. Small beautifully made surrounds that also sound very good. Remember, for small speakers you will need a (decent)sub.
 

hughesy

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Joe Fernand said:
hughsey

Are you planning on using them all in one room?

What are the speakers being asked to do - Background music, Movies or HiFi?

Best regards

Joe
Mostly movies

Cable Monkey said:
Look at the Castle Compact surrounds. Small beautifully made surrounds that also sound very good. Remember, for small speakers you will need a (decent)sub.
Will do, thanks :smashin: I know about the subwoofer, thanks

Anyone know how good the missions cube's are???
 

hughesy

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Anyone know online shops that sell the B&W BT-20, or the BT-30's???
 

hughesy

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hornydragon said:
hughsey 10 - 12?????? is this for a pub style venue or a living room!?!?!?!
A very large living room....

Have since convinced the owner to only use 7!!!

think i'm going to get a denon reciever with 7.1, and HDMI. Now i have to decide what speakers to use :suicide:

The B&W look nice but the problems are u can only buy them in sets of 5 with a sub. And i can't get prices online for them???
 

conkerman

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B&W M1's are £125 each and available singly.

There is a box set of 5 that you can buy, but I have also seen them boxed singly.

I bought mine from technosound in Milton keynes.

Have a ring about, you will find what you want.b
 

hughesy

Active Member
conkerman said:
B&W M1's are £125 each and available singly.

There is a box set of 5 that you can buy, but I have also seen them boxed singly.

I bought mine from technosound in Milton keynes.

Have a ring about, you will find what you want.b
You were right, for some unknown reason i misread the B&W website :suicide: Thought it said you can't buy them singularly???

Thanks, do you know any online stores that sell B&W speakers???
 

FaxFan2002

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PMC DB1+ 's - i've got them in a large kitchen dining area, bass is well re-produced because it uses the waveform stuff (look on the website) they fill an area 3m x 8m with very good sound reproduction.
 
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freekie

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I am currently using some speekers for my side and rear that I had shipped over from America, not read any UK reviews on them, but to my ears they sound rather good, way better than anything I listened to when auditioning the usual run of the mill satelite's anyway (at a sensible price anyway) wife says that they look good too. Their website is at http://www.orbaudio.com
 

hughesy

Active Member
Cheers, will have a look at them, but at this stage it looks like i'm gonna go for the B&W M1's
 

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