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Old 23rd January 2009, 12:55 PM   #11
crazyhub is offline crazyhub  France
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Originally posted by a.wayne

I like the topology , dipole midrange , planer tweeter open baffle .
I would have liked it to be a little taller , it does appear a bit short
It's because I listen sat but lengthened on my sofa; thus my ears are only at 32.5" from floor.
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