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Wharfedale Evo Speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by goatlips, Sep 29, 2005.

  1. goatlips

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    Hi, I am looking for a speaker upgrade and thinking about buying Wharfedale evo speakers, 30's for the front,20's for the rear and Evo centre. Anyone got this set up and what do you think of them?? I have got a AX5AI Amp and 868 DVD and a REL 150 sub.
    Thanks.
     
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    yeah i have the same setup with 30 for fronts evo center and evo 10's in the back all in matching maple hooked up to a pioneer elite 56txi and the sound is amazing there is no match for the price the evos are incredibly clear with excellent midrange i also have a svs 20-39 pci this combination is excellent i got a smokin deal on mine if you can get a good deal definitly buy
     
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    I Think they are OK, but comparing them I would prefer the Quad L series...
     
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    I've just taken delivery of 2 pairs of EVO 20's and first impressions are good.
    Slight warmth in the bass though esentially neutral and like gmoney80 says nice midrange with good detail, without forcing it on you. They thrive on power and go loud without getting harsh or shouty. At the prices you can buy them ATM they're a bargain.
     
  5. goatlips

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    Thanks guys,I have just bought a pair of 20s for the rear channels and paid £170. I will see what they sound like and might get 20s for the front instaed of 30s. Has anyone got a hot link for a good price on the 30s??
     
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    Went out at the weekend to find an EVO centre but the only place with any stock had Rosewood finish and I have Maple speakers. So I just ordered a pair of EVO 10's in Maple to use as a front and rear centres.

    Hughes TV in Lowestoft had stock of most of the range in Rosewood finish and some B-stock floorstanders in Maple. The centre was £150, they may have had EVO 30's but all I saw were EVO 40's, can't remember how much they were.
     
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    Hi, Now got the 20's for sale in the Classifieds,As I can not get a matching centre.
     

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