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Paradigm Reference Active 20's...
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Paradigm Titan v4, and I'm looking at some 7SE MKII. Go Canadian speakers!
Indeed! Mine are definitely modest, but great for the price - Paradigm Monitor Mini through Marantz SR4320. Paradizzy in the hizzywizzy y'all!
post #32 of 288
MBL 101E (living room)
Talon Khorus (master bedroom)
Newform Research R645 (headphone room)
Martin Logan Aerius and Velodyne HGS-15 subwoofer (home gym)
Talon Peregrine (5 of them) and Talon Roc subwoofer (garage home theater)
Magnepan MG-1C (master bathroom)

Ok, I'm just kidding about the Maggies being set up in my bathroom, although maybe if I hung them from the ceiling! They're currently in a closet, but I've rotated them in and out with the Martin Logans and Newforms at times.
post #33 of 288
i love love love my Rega R5 speakers. haven't turned them off since i got em in November.
post #34 of 288
RAW HT3 speakers being driven by a Panasonic XR-55.
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Mine are some DIY ones also.
Wow! Those are really mean looking!!

I am jealous!
post #36 of 288
I got a pair of CANTON LE 190 for the front and LE 150 for center and a pair of LE120 for sorround.
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post #38 of 288
I use my B&W DM330's. A little "boy-racer" in their bass response, but what I amplify them with has a nice set of tone controls, so I can tame them a touch.

Here they are in my Brother's room, which I stole for a while when he was at uni. As you can see, they are a touch over-kill for a desk setup, but when I rolled the chair back and had a proper listen they were sweet as a nut. Shame I can never really listen to them like that in the cupboard that passes for my bedroom.

post #39 of 288
I use Pinnacle Classic Gold Aerogels with the Classic Gold Center accompanied by a Definitive Technology PF12 sub. for my HT. My office setup uses Pinnacle AC-650's as my mains. Pinnacle makes a fantastic speaker, though, they were not marketed appropriately, IMHO. Too bad, actually, as I think these speakers are really something special.
post #40 of 288
Klipsch KG 5.2 ........ old school main system

AAD Piano Mini Monitors 1 ....... new school second system
post #41 of 288
JMLab all the way There are some people with incredible speakers here... (hint: post #32, see below)
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post #43 of 288
My dorm setup:
Musical Fidelity X-DAC -> Cambridge Audio Azur 540A -> Adire Audio HE10.1

I also have an Adire Audio Tempest sub but I didn't bring it into the dorms.

post #44 of 288
HT/Speaker Rig

SONY TA-N9000ES (Champagne color)
Sony TA-E9000ES (Champagne color)
Modwright Pioneer DV59Ai
Paradigm Ref. 100 V3 Fronts
Paradigm CC-570 Center
Paradigm Atom V5 Rears
Philips 42" Plasma

and I live in apartment!
post #45 of 288
I have a pair of DIY speakers, which consists of the following components:
* 13" Audax bass
* 6" Seas midrange
* 1" Seas tweeter
* Mundorf MCap Supreme capacitors
* ...

Built in 28mm MDF, and weighing in at 75kg per side.
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