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wharfdale loud panels

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by fatmatt, Apr 29, 2004.

  1. fatmatt

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    hello i am looking to set up some sounds in my bedroom. I am considering putting in 4 wharfedale loud panels and then adding a centre later if i get a 2nd dvd player. they will initally be used for music. I dont need loads of volume so that is not an issue.
    I have read on a previous thread that they have to use the supplied sub. Does anyone know if I can run 2 pairs off one sub. and also ifI do upgrade to 5.1 what would i need to do or is it even possible.
    I am going for these as I want something completely unobtrusiveso it will be a bit pointless if I need 2 subs initally and then have to add another 1 for the 5.1

    thanks
    matt
     
  2. Nobber22

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    I have some Loudpanels - actually they are in the attic now 'cos I dislike their sound. BIG hole in the middle where the mid-range should be. Sound too closed in.

    Yes, you will need extra subs. Each sub only works on a pair of panels, not 4 or 5.

    Can't see the point in a bedroom, with 2/3 biggish, ugly black subs to hide.

    Rather get some really small "eggs" like the new Klegg 5.1 setup - half the size of Kef 2005.2 speakers and they sounded great at Bristol show in February. Perfect for a bedroom IMO.
     
  3. fatmatt

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    Thanks for that, but i am still interested in getting at least a pair of them for stereo in the bedroom at the moment. Are you interested in selling your loud panels or are they in use in the attic
     

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