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    Default What's everyone's speaker setup?


    Just out of curiosity. I have a Pioneer 820 receiver, the Jamo s606 5.0 system, and the velodyne impact mini as my sub.

    The next big upgrade for me is either going to be the reciever or the sub, but I doubt it'll be soon since I can't afford it, but it's amazing as-is, so I'll let it be for a while even after I have more money. The Jamo's are wonderful. Very powerful, precise. Loving them.

    What about you guys?

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    Ummm, not sure what I have, but for future upgrades I plan to get a set of subs Elemental Designs P7-650 and either the Onkyo PA-MC5500 amp or a Krell amp.

    Problem I have is I started this new hobby called photography and it can get expensive quick. Not really sure when I'll be getting the future upgrades I want.
    Onkyo system, Yamaha speakers, AKG headphones

    Nikon D800, D700, V1
    14-24 F/2.8, 24-70mm F/2.8, 70-200mm F/2.8, 200-400mm F/4
    16mm Fisheye F/2.8, 35mm F/1.4, PC-E 45mm F/2.8, 85mm F/1.4, 105mm Micro F/2.8, 1.4xTC 1.7x TC, 10-100mm PD-Zoom

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    Pioneer Elite VSX-33 Driving the following.

    L/R- Polk Monitor 60's
    C- Polk CS1
    Sub- Polk PSW10
    Surrounds- Polk OWM3
    Last edited by Disco Batman; 05-18-2011 at 02:57 PM.
    I own some stuff.

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    Denon 1911

    Def Tech ProCenter 2000
    2 Def Tech ProMonitior 1000's
    Klipsch Sub-12

    (3.1)
    RIP STEVEN 12/26/2013
    65" VT50 / BDT460
    X4000 / Outlaw Model 7125
    Klipsch RF82 II and RC62 II / Hsu VTF-15H (2)
    Directv HR44-200 / HR24-500

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    RECEIVER:-- DENON AVR-2809CI
    MAIN SPKRS:- PARADIGM STUDIO 10 v5
    CENTER SPKR:- PARADIGM STUDIO CC-490 v5
    ___REAR SPKRS:- DEFTECH PROMONITOR 800
    ____SUBWOOFER:- SUNFIRE HRS-8


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    Pioneer KRP-500M / Denon AVR-2809CI / Emotiva XPA-3
    Paradigm Studio 10's / Paradigm Studio CC-490 / Def Tech PM-800
    Sunfire HRS-8 / Oppo BDP-103D / Behringer DSP-1124 / Digiwave DTV-5000

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    Bruzzi,

    When you going to upgrade your rears to Paradigm. Trust me the timber matching is *My God* like.
    Onkyo system, Yamaha speakers, AKG headphones

    Nikon D800, D700, V1
    14-24 F/2.8, 24-70mm F/2.8, 70-200mm F/2.8, 200-400mm F/4
    16mm Fisheye F/2.8, 35mm F/1.4, PC-E 45mm F/2.8, 85mm F/1.4, 105mm Micro F/2.8, 1.4xTC 1.7x TC, 10-100mm PD-Zoom

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    Quote Originally Posted by homank76 View Post
    Bruzzi,

    When you going to upgrade your rears to Paradigm. Trust me the timber matching is *My God* like.

    Unfortunately Paradigm only makes Di-Poles Surrounds and those don't work for me. I thought about getting another pair of Studio 10's to use as my rear speakers but they are too big for my taste (12"h x 8"w x 12"d). After months and months of searching, I decided to get the DefTech PM800 for three reasons:

    1) Sound: "Big" sound for a very small enclosure.
    2) Design: The shape is very similar to the Studio 10's.
    3) Sensitivity: Those tiny speakers are just as loud as my Studio 10's: 89dB

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    Pioneer KRP-500M / Denon AVR-2809CI / Emotiva XPA-3
    Paradigm Studio 10's / Paradigm Studio CC-490 / Def Tech PM-800
    Sunfire HRS-8 / Oppo BDP-103D / Behringer DSP-1124 / Digiwave DTV-5000

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    Bruzzi,

    What do you think of these. I've put some thought into going with these as Polk replacements. Would have to go listen to em first though.

    http://www.paradigm.com/index.php?op...d=136&Itemid=2
    I own some stuff.

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    L/C/R's - Def Tech Mythos XTR-50's
    Sides - I forget. They are in-ceilings though and not Def Tech's.
    Rears - Def Tech BP2X's
    Subwoofer - Velodyne FSR-15
    Receiver - Integra 40.2
    If you look for the bad in displays expecting to find it, you surely will.
    I'm not a calibrator but I play one on my TV.

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    Hand over your man card. Sound like my ex-wife with the size of speakers.

    As long as your happy that's all that matters.
    Onkyo system, Yamaha speakers, AKG headphones

    Nikon D800, D700, V1
    14-24 F/2.8, 24-70mm F/2.8, 70-200mm F/2.8, 200-400mm F/4
    16mm Fisheye F/2.8, 35mm F/1.4, PC-E 45mm F/2.8, 85mm F/1.4, 105mm Micro F/2.8, 1.4xTC 1.7x TC, 10-100mm PD-Zoom

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    Quote Originally Posted by homank76 View Post
    Hand over your man card. Sound like my ex-wife with the size of speakers.

    As long as your happy that's all that matters.
    I just updated my post with my subwoofer. Does that get me my man card back?
    If you look for the bad in displays expecting to find it, you surely will.
    I'm not a calibrator but I play one on my TV.

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    Sorry. I should have quoted Bruzzi.

    You are fine sir.
    Onkyo system, Yamaha speakers, AKG headphones

    Nikon D800, D700, V1
    14-24 F/2.8, 24-70mm F/2.8, 70-200mm F/2.8, 200-400mm F/4
    16mm Fisheye F/2.8, 35mm F/1.4, PC-E 45mm F/2.8, 85mm F/1.4, 105mm Micro F/2.8, 1.4xTC 1.7x TC, 10-100mm PD-Zoom

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    Yamaha RX-V2500
    L/C/R - Logitech Z-680 computer system speakers

    I'm very cutting edge. This went really well when I had the full blown rabbit ears sticking up behind my professional panny plasma for the first 3 years I had it (no cable service).
    Last edited by twkatadin; 05-04-2011 at 10:34 PM. Reason: oops, wrong receiver

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    Center: Dynaudio Contour S CX
    Fronts: Dynaudio Contour S 3.4 (mod)
    Rears: pending
    Sub: Velodyne DD15

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    Please see my signature below detailing my speaker setup:
    Family Room
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco Batman View Post
    Bruzzi,

    What do you think of these. I've put some thought into going with these as Polk replacements. Would have to go listen to em first though.

    http://www.paradigm.com/index.php?op...d=136&Itemid=2
    Hey disco do your self a favor and take the plunge I went from polk to Paradigm and have not looked back, it is like having the cotton pulled out of you ears. Which model in the monitor line are you looking at the 7's, 9's, or 11's. I have done lot's of listening to each of those models and can tell you that they are simply amazing for the price. Paradigm's monitor line is legendary for offering allot for your buck. I ran across a couple of great deals earlier today you should check these babies out.
    http://www.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/cls....tor7-Version-5
    The 7's are about half the cost of what they would be new.
    http://www.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/cls....onitor-factory
    http://www.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/cls....-Titan-Monitor

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    My setup consist of:

    Surround Processor:
    Lexicon MC-12HD w/ RoomEQ

    Amplifiers:
    ATI AT-3007 (300X7)

    Speakers:
    NHT VT-2.4 (Front L&R)
    NHT VS-2.4 (C, LS, LR, RR, RS)
    HSU Research ULS-15 (4 of Them)

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    [QUOTE=RayJr;227281]My setup consist of:

    Surround Processor:
    Lexicon MC-12HD w/ RoomEQ


    See below, similar to you..must be brothers.
    "“Be quick, be quiet, and be on time.”
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    [QUOTE=Hi Resolution;227287]
    Quote Originally Posted by RayJr View Post
    My setup consist of:

    Surround Processor:
    Lexicon MC-12HD w/ RoomEQ


    See below, similar to you..must be brothers.
    Nice choice in Pre/Pro

    Later
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