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Old 24th July 2003, 02:36 AM   #1
Mantronic is offline Mantronic  Canada
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I wanna buy these speaker to put on my harman HK3375 (stereo receiver 2 x 75 watt RMS @ 8ohm)

If i know that sone northridge N26II (30 watt in) are decent in the room I am, will these studio serie sound good???

I tryed them in a large room but there was a lack of bass... disapointed, but I imagine that in my small 10' x 10' room thgey will sound great!!!

so, what do you think of these speakers???
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Old 24th July 2003, 08:27 AM   #2
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I tryed them in a large room but there was a lack of bass... disapointed, but I imagine that in my small 10' x 10' room thgey will sound great!!!

so, what do you think of these speakers???
I've only ever heard them once under less than ideal conditions, but they created a strong favourable impression, and I'd like to hear them in my system. I also think they'd be great as bedroom speakers (for me) and would probably work well, in terms of bass response, in a small room.

They were also quite well reveived in Sphile a while ago.

http://www.stereophile.com/fullarchives.cgi?365
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