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post #31 of 67
I went to the Rocky Mountain Audio Festival last year and the Wilson speakers were above and beyond anything else I heard there. Simply amazing.
post #32 of 67
Another vote for Martin Logan.
post #33 of 67
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Anthony Gallo Nucleus Reference lll are my favorite speaker of every speaker i heard so far up to $25,000usd. And theyre only $2400usd without the sub-amp.
Same here, but I haven't heard anything for more then $10k. I haven't heard them but have heard very good things about Odyssey Audio, I have always wanted to try the Loreleis.
post #34 of 67
The B&W 802d sound awesome....I haven't listened to anything else on the list due to price and availability
post #35 of 67
Thread Starter 
I really should have put "Other" but unfortunately I cannot change the poll

A large name is Cables has a speaker that I actuality was really surprised to hear was a set of Acoustic Zen Adagio speakers running off of a setup utilizing musical fidelity KW series DAC & pre/power Amp combo plus it's own A5.5 CDP as a transport

Partnered up with MIT Magnum Ref series cables and VD Nite power cables... these puppies really Sang

It's surprising to find a transmission line speaker, let alone one that works so well and utilizes a "ribbon" tweet which helps provide the speed/resolution and spacial imaging that it does

Speaker is a giant killer IMO for the reasonable price of 4K
However, I think the MF KW series equipment & cables accounted close to another 15K worth of inventory
post #36 of 67
Aerial. Would happily sell my Granny for a pair of 20Ts. Any offers?

post #37 of 67
I like B&Ws, and I would probably own some right now if it weren't for Dynaudio. I was very happy with the Contour series, but now that I have some Confidence speakers I'm even more impressed. They just sound right to my ears, with a certain unforced sweetness that makes other speakers sound slightly artificial.

I've also used Totem speakers at home and can recommend the Model 1 Signatures. They use Dynaudio drivers, by the way.
post #38 of 67
Thread Starter 
mani-2s are also one of my favorites
post #39 of 67
Vienna Acoustics
post #40 of 67
Sonus Faber for me, although I only have the Concertino's.
when the lottery comes in that will change!!!
post #41 of 67
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Aerial. Would happily sell my Granny for a pair of 20Ts. Any offers?

Aerial Acoustics do indeed make absolutely fantastic speakers.

I can't really decide... so it's a tie between Focal JMLab, Sonus Faber. B&W, ProAc and Magnepan come in a close second.
post #42 of 67
Axiom Audio... ...cost effective and very good sound...
post #43 of 67
B&W
post #44 of 67
I choose Acapella. I recently acquired one of their budget line speakers and could not be happier, well maybe with these babies in the picture.

post #45 of 67
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I choose Acapella. I recently acquired one of their budget line speakers and could not be happier, well maybe with these babies in the picture.

That's a "budget line" items??? What kind of budget are we talking about?

Nice indeed.

Dave
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