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Chris Pelonis Loudspeaker Review: Check it out!

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$6,000 is ridiculous. I've been very interested in coaxial designs for quite a while now, but the price tag on these things is outrageous...even higher than what you'd normally expect from Tannoy..which is probably due to the fact that it isn't Tannoy, but some guy named Chris Pelonis. He pays the outrageous prices for the drivers from Tannoy, then charges a ton more on top of that for his own profits. What a bunch of crap. I'm more interested in open baffle coaxial designs right now anyway. Regardless, just like others, I'd also be interested in the driver being used, just because.
 
I think there is a bit of misunderstanding here...

$6000.00 includes a 300 watt per channel amplifier to drive these loudspeakers.

You might think this is a tad expensive, but dozens of them have already been sold at this price.

It not just me saying how good this system is, the hifi and recording industry in the USA has aready passed judgement on this system and it's all good :D
 
Here is the PSS110P Loudspeakers installed at one of the Sony Studio's that Chris designed and built at the Sony Computer Entertainment America’s (SCEA) new sound studio.
 

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