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Old 20th July 2009, 12:27 PM   #1
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Question chooseing Seas Cygnet or others seas kits

Hi I would like to ask if any of you has had any experience with the cygnet loudspeakers kit from seas compared to toher popular seas kits in the same range price like mimir or embla or Zalph 71.
I'm looking for a seas kit and I would much appreciate your opinion on these cygnet's.

I would buy them in Spain, but they have other kits diferent to cygnet. The woofer driver is not available either. I can get this kit at madisound at a good price, but I want to asure that it's worth it compared to the other seas prestige kits.

thanks very much in advance for your help and interest.
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