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Warfedale Loud Panels for rear speakers?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by filipe, Jul 11, 2001.

  1. filipe

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    Warfdale claims 70W power handling (8 ohm), for the loud Panels.

    I'll probably use a Sony 940 AV amp (90W), or something similar with front chanel pre-outs, as the front speakers will be driven by my Arcam A75 stereo amp.

    Considering I'm not plannig to watch films at too loud levels, Would the Warfedale Loud Panels be suitable for rear speakers? they come with Subwoofer.

    Cheers
    FIL :eek:
     
  2. filipe

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    In addition to my last post:
    I'll use a (existing) pair of KEF Q55.2 for the front speakers.
    I'll also have to buy a centre speaker, maybe a mission or Kef?

    Thanks again
    Fil :D
     
  3. lmccauley

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    My last reply got chewed, so here's the summary -

    Go for the Kef 95C to match your front pair.

    Go to a dealer that will let you try the loudpanels at home. You might also want to consider a pair of Kef KHT2001's instead.

    Cheers,
    Liam
     
  4. Metric

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    i got them for the sides, hifibitz do them for £149
     
  5. filipe

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    In reply to the above post by Metric:

    Are they good rear speakers? Are you pleased?
    What kit do you use?
    Is the power output of your amp more than 70W? if so how do the speakers cope at high volume levels?

    Cheers
    Fil
     

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