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Old 18th November 2003, 02:44 PM   #1
Paulr is offline Paulr  United Kingdom
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Default Need some advice looking for speakers

Hi All,

I'm looking to buy some speakers for my home setup. Amp is an ESP P3a that puts out about 100w into 8Ohm (I haven't set it up for 4Ohm but could adjust the rails to suit if needed).

I've looked at the B&W 603 & Monitor Audio Siver 6 so far, but would like to know of any others that would fit my 600 budget.

Thanks in advance

Paul
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Old 18th November 2003, 03:49 PM   #2
Therac is offline Therac  Denmark
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Hi Paulr

I haven't heard the B&W 603 but I have heard the 604 and it sounded very well in my ears. The only "big" difference that I can think of is that it has a higher f3 than the 604.

Kris
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