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Updated: Jul 21, 2014 23:41
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#7026
alaAverage 4.2

Dynaudio Special Twenty-Five

At first glance the 25's look about the same as the 1.3MKII's but are quite a bit bigger. The 25's were placed 30” from the back wall, 42” from the tweeter and about 70” apart (tweeter to tweeter), listening was 8-9' feet back The similarities between...

3 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#7027
alaAverage 4.2

Cyber Acoustics Portable USB Powered Speaker System Travel Case

This is an outstanding item for ballroom and line dancers. With this and your laptop computer, you can practice anywhere you have time, space and permission. This small package turns your pc into a boom-box with adeqate sound for a large room. It...

7 user reviews

#7028
alaAverage 4.2

NHT Audio Classic Absolute Zero

I've owned a pair of NHT speakers (1.1) for over 16 years and loved their sound. Unfortunately, they developed the inevitable foam rot around the driver cones. Rather than repair them, I decided to upgrade to a new pair for a change of pace. I decided...

9 user reviews

#7029
alaAverage 4.2

Tascam VL-S21 2.1 Speakers

Lost the first set in a fire, liked it so much bought it again. Good sound quality, use it mostly for watching movies.

8 user reviews

#7030
alaAverage 4.2

Paradigm PDR 8

Paradigm Electronics Inc. announced its first contribution to the wireless subwoofer category today at CES 2011 with the new Paradigm PDR-W100

1 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#7031
alaAverage 4.2

JBL Cinema Sound CS680

For a heavily bass-driven system, the CS680 speakers perform very well across the range, but they do struggle to reproduce fast and punch bass.

1 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#7032
alaAverage 4.2

Coby CS-MP87 Portable Speaker System

We gave this to our daughter for Christmas. It was the lowest priced speaker system for the size. The sould is nice. It's not as nice as our Bose system, but that was $300. My 10 year old was very happy with it.

7 user reviews

#7033
alaAverage 4.2

Pioneer SHF11C

Excellent center channel speaker. I recently upgraded to a Dolby 6.1 receiver, and moved my existing center channel to the back channel speaker. This one sounds wonderful, good on dialogue.

6 user reviews

#7034
alaAverage 4.2

Roland DS 50A

These were my very 1st pair of studio monitors took me weeks to pick the right ones. I think I got lucky because I didn't know much about them (monitors). They have served me well over the years. W...

6 user reviews

#7035
alaAverage 4.2

StarTech.com SPEAKERINTB

I was tired of having wires all over my computer desk for speakers or knocking them off the desk when I moved papers. This really simplified everything. Using the computers power supply eliminates an ac adapter too. It has good sound and a headphone...

7 user reviews

#7036
alaAverage 4.2

JBL Venue Balcony

These are wonderful (rear surround) speakers for the price. They've got a nice, balanced sound, and the dual top ports allow for reasonable bass for their size. The Venue series is JBL's replacement for the Northridge E Series, but they tend to look a...

8 user reviews

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#7037
alaAverage 4.2

B&W DM601 S2

Befitting its greater output, the S3 version of the DM601 now features more robust internal bracing compared than the previous generation. A compact bookshelf/stand-mount speaker, the DM601 S3 combines a 165mm (6-1/2in) woven Kevlar cone bass/midrange...

1 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#7038
alaAverage 4.2

Tivoli Audio Stereo Speaker

After five+ yrs with my Model Two, the voice coil of the right channel external was shot. Got on amazon and found a seller right here in WI with one left. I got it the next day! Hard rockin' HiFi Heaven in Green Bay! Granted, it doesn't match my...

8 user reviews

#7039
alaAverage 4.2

Creative Inspire 290

I had a 2.1 set-up from A**** L****** prior to the Inspire 290, and all I can say right now is that I am really happy. The former unit made a hissing noise regardless of being turned on or not, and the new Inspire 290--I can't say that it's 'new,'...

6 user reviews

#7040
alaAverage 4.2

Sony SA-WD 100

I bought this subwoofer to replace an older Sony subwoofer that need repair. Not only did I get the new subwoofer for less than it would have taken to repair the older one, but the new one was smaller, more compact, and it sounds better. I was able...

6 user reviews

#7041
alaAverage 4.2

AVB car cassette adapter

i get the impression others that have reviewed this product dont know what they are talking about or are 2 hot headed to care.

8 user reviews

#7042
alaAverage 4.2

Wharfedale Valdus 400

the valdus 400 are excellent speakers, great value for money, if you use reasonable stands and position them correctly, the bass can be tuned by their local to walls etc, i've had these speakers from new and have spent 10 years, overdriving them, and...

6 user reviews

#7043
alaAverage 4.2

Yamaha NS 6390

I have now owned these speakers for about three years now and have gotten alot of use out of them. They are very durable and sound great. They can really put out some bass for just being an eight inch woofer. I have really driven these speakers hard...

7 user reviews

#7044
alaAverage 4.2

AOpen Titanium GT 29W 2.1 Speaker

I purchased this speaker for about a month already. They look good and they sound surprisingly clear. Definitely worth the price. A good buy. I connected the speaker to my dvd player in living room . very crisp sound. on its loudest setting its still...

7 user reviews

#7045
alaAverage 4.2

Dali 850

plays everything with enthusiasm, but is most convincing playing rock.(try Rammstein)With my Dali 850's my Denon pma2000 and my NAD c541i, I've got everything I need, exept a bigger livingroom!

1 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#7046
alaAverage 4.2

REL R-528

For those primarily interested in bang for the buck, this obviously isn't the subwoofer for you. It's unlikely that the R-528SE is going to outperform (or even be on par) the Aperion Bravus II 12D, despite the fact it costs triple the price. Still, if...

3 expert reviews

#7047
alaAverage 4.2

Royal Consumer WES2000 Wireless Speakers

I finally switched all my music over to a Sony MP3 player. Unfortunately, Sony does not provide much in the way of sound systems for their MP3\'s. I wanted something wireless for convenience that I could use outside at home or when camping. This system...

4 user reviews

#7048
alaAverage 4.2

Samson Technologies [Live! Series] Live! 615

The Samson Technologies Live 615 are very underated, most people havent even heard of these or even know that they exist. I don't like the sound of traditional keyboard amps - most aren't bi-amped ...

3 user reviews

#7050
alaAverage 4.2

Linn Akurate 242

Very impressive speakers that sound right at home in a Linn setup

3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

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