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Paradigm Studio 100 v5

Paradigm Studio 100 v5
alaAverage 4.6

10 reviews

Jan, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Paradigm Studio 100 v5. The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Speakers for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 91/100.

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Expert review by: Brian Kahn (

Paradigm Studio 100 5.1 Speaker System Reviewed


The Paradigm Studio v.5 series was introduced at CES 2009 as the fifth iteration of the Studio series. The Studio series was first introduced about a decade ago and, as the version number implies, it has been updated as new......

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Christopher Zell, Ph.D. (

Paradigm Studio 100 v.3 Home Theater Loudspeaker System


Introduction There are a number of very successful and highly respected loudspeaker designers and manufacturers who can trace their origins to the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada. Although Paradigm no longer uses the NRC testing facilities,...

Jan, 2001

Consumer review by: Dennis (

Paradigm Reference Studio 100 V5 Floorstanding Speakers


These speakers are monsters! I upgraded to them from the studio 40's for the additional bass response and it has really come through, with proper amplification with these speakers will really move some air. A 200 watt solid sate amp will really make...

Feb, 2016

Consumer review by: sonic_debauchery (

Paradigm Studio 100 v5 Floor Standing Speaker


It was but one year ago when Sandy Gross, a well-known loudspeaker designer who was instrumental in building such well-known brands such as Polk Audio and Definitive Audio, launched his new venture - the appropriately named GoldenEar Technology.

Superb sounding speaker under 3K. 1200 watt sub-woofer in each speaker, helps eliminate need for a box sub. Bass is tight and accurate. Easy assembly and hook-up. Ribbon Tweeter

60-100 hour break in period, but that is minor

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: Ericthedread (

Paradigm Studio 100 v5 Floor Standing Speaker


Having studio 100 v5s and the matching CC-690 centre is like going to the cinema at home only with better sound and control over the volume. just make sure you feed them well

Sharp punchy powerful base, clarity and great sound stage. and they look awesome to boot

None what so ever love the sound love the look

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: djflex40 (

Paradigm Studio 100 v5 Floor Standing Speaker


The new v5 studio line are far better than most high end speakers, for music, and movies these babys will rock,

Absolutely stunning design. sound performance outstanding great speakers for a great price,by far the best high end speakers out

none what so ever

Jun, 2011

Consumer review by: B.Hulk (

Paradigm Studio 100 v5 Floor Standing Speaker


Best investment I've made to date. Power, Performance, & Presence! Love them....I've had Paradigms Monitor line and the difference between the two line is ,night & day, Thanks Paradigm...

Very balanced, incredible clarity and great power

Absolutely none! Can't find any con's

Apr, 2011

Consumer review by: mikemaximum (

Paradigm Reference Studio 100 V5 Floorstanding Speakers


Paradigm Reference series are known for their solid bass and this one sure fits the description as well. Midrange is fairly smooth but certainly not up to par with other speakers of the same price. The same goes for the tweeter. Look at it this...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: waxey (

Paradigm Reference Studio 100 V5 Floorstanding Speakers


I originally was planning to buy the studio 60s but after listening to them was not very impressed. I wanted to upgrade from studio 40s which were my front speakers. The new 60 v5 cones have been cut to 5-1/2 inch from 7 inch the clarity was good but...

Apr, 2010