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    Default Sonus faber Toy/REL T1 Speaker System * HomeTheaterMagazine Review


    By Michael Fremer • April, 2009
    Price: $6,044
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    At A Glance:
    Elegant, understated styling • Sweet yet detailed sound • Excellent dialogue intelligibility • Coherent three-dimensional picture • High SPLs without strain


    Leather-Clad Pleasure Toy





    Conclusion
    If the Toy Tower system errs on any side of the sonic fence, it’s toward warmth and richness, which it does without a noticeable loss of low-level detail. Given the bright, processed nature of many soundtracks, it’s the side on which to err. If you’re looking for an all-purpose system for both cinema and music at a price point that doesn’t break the bank, the Toy Tower system with REL’s T1 subwoofer will make you very happy even if you’re a picky audiophile. I speak from personal experience. The Toy Tower system is among the most listenable systems I’ve reviewed at any price.

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    See complete informative article courtesy of HomeTheaterMagazine: http://hometheatermag.com/floorlouds...peaker_system/

    Da Rizz.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImRizzo View Post
    By Michael Fremer • April, 2009
    Price: $6,044
    .......................................

    At A Glance: Elegant, understated styling • Sweet yet detailed sound • Excellent dialogue intelligibility • Coherent three-dimensional picture • High SPLs without strain


    Leather-Clad Pleasure Toy






    Conclusion
    If the Toy Tower system errs on any side of the sonic fence, it’s toward warmth and richness, which it does without a noticeable loss of low-level detail. Given the bright, processed nature of many soundtracks, it’s the side on which to err. If you’re looking for an all-purpose system for both cinema and music at a price point that doesn’t break the bank, the Toy Tower system with REL’s T1 subwoofer will make you very happy even if you’re a picky audiophile. I speak from personal experience. The Toy Tower system is among the most listenable systems I’ve reviewed at any price.

    Da Rizz.....
    For that bargin basement price go ahead and get me and you both a set would ya rizz. :D:D:D

    That would be a real nice toy!!!
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    I love my REL subwoofer.
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