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Old 02-13-2009, 11:39 PM   #1
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Please discuss your Definitive Technology speakers in this thread. You can include pictures, reviews, or any other comments regarding your speakers.

Manufacturer’s Website: http://www.definitivetech.com/




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Definitive Technology unveiled its third generation Bipolar Series Super Towers - a quarter of floor standing wood-enclosure loudspeakers with powered subwoofers. Representing a total makeover -- drivers, amps, and enclosure -- the series maintain the signature Definitive bipolar look with high-gloss black top/bottom and side caps, freshly slenderized to minimize their physical footprints. The lineup uses a new patent-pending approach to bipolar speaker design called Forward Focused Bipolar Array, which combines the benefits of bipolar designs with the pinpoint localization of images typical oftraditional forward-radiating speakers. The midrange driver featuresthe latest generation of Definitive's patented Balanced Double Surround System (BDSS) technology for a dramatic upgrade in midrange accuracy, detail, and imaging. The power amplifiers used in the SuperTowers are all-new Class D designs with higher power output and digital signal processing for deeper, more arrticulate bass.







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Oh... my god.

I stopped into a local store here on the way home just to see what they had and to give a quick listen to some speakers. As I'm walking out (unhelped) a guy walks up and asks if I'd been helped. I asked if I could listen to a sampling of Definitives, and he pointed out a deal on the BP6 speakers. $500 for the pair... they're $399 apiece on Amazon!

Ok, so then he turned them on. Wow! There was so much sound coming from these I asked the guy if he was sure he hadn't left on the subwoofer. (He hadn't). He was pushing them with a Yamaha 7xx receiver- about 100 watts a channel. They sounded so warm and so good, I was in shock. I had him turn on some Monitor series (beautiful speakers!) and they just didn't sound as good to me. Back to the BP6's I went. I ended up spending a half hour in there.

My wife would absolutely KILL me if I upgraded again, but they're SO damn good-sounding! Anyone else have any experience with these or other Definitives? It's my first time actually getting to listen to them, or any bipolar speaker for that matter.

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Old 02-13-2009, 11:57 PM   #2
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In answer to your question, I only own Definitive Technology speakers and I think the sound from them is really fantastic. As you can see below, I have 2 powered subwoofers too! I highly recommend these speakers although I am sure there are others who are partial to other speaker manufacturers.

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Belkin AP30800fc10 Battery Backup to protect lamp in Projection TV; Definitive Technology: C-1, Powerfield 1500 Subwoofer x 2 ea., BP-10 x 2 ea., BP-2 x 2 ea & BP-2x x 2 ea.; Dish VIP 622 DVR; Anchor Bay/DVDO iScan VP50PRO Video Processor; Emotiva XPA-5 5-Channel Amplifier; Ethereal EM-HDMI2 cable throughout; JVC HRS-S5901U S-VHS Recorders x 2 ea.; Monster Power HTS3500; MSB: ADD-1; Digital Director & DAC; Onkyo TX-SR705 Receiver; Oppo DV-980H Upscaling DVD Player; Panamax Max1000+; Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu-Ray Player; Pioneer CLD-D707 & CLD-D606 Laser Disc Players; Radient Select-4ce HDMI Switcher; Rega P5 Turntable w/PSU Power; Sony: KDS60A3000 60" Projection HDTV , DTC-A6DAT Deck, SL-HF2000 Super Beta Recorders x 2 ea. & PS3; and, Zektor MAS-3 x 2 ea. (All with latest DSP and firmware updates).
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:29 AM   #3
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I have had the BP6's for allmost 5 years now and love them. They are excellent speakers for the size and money.
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:46 AM   #4
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I have had nothing but plesant experiences with Definitive speakers (I still use them in my surrounds - Audio Connection in Virginia sold them -they also had the Snells in the same room )! The BP's really don't need a sub - those are great speakers and there would be no shame in your game with those
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I've had Def Techs for over 10 years now and they have always sounded great for the theater! I still use the original BP-10's for the front the C/L/R 2000 for the center....it's a beast of center channel If you can afford a set I 'd pick them up, you won't be disappointed.
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Old 02-14-2009, 04:20 AM   #6
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Well, the BP6's I looked at didn't have the sub in them, but they did have great low extension from what I could hear- the guy put on a bass cd and I was impressed.

Was rolling around the mall and such with my wife just a bit ago and had her drop me off at BB which has a Magnolia store. Listened to the BP7's and actually didn't like them as much as the BP6's. Maybe it was the way they were setup but I felt like there was almost too much bass. Was listening to some Eagles Hotel California and it felt a bit overwhelmed.

Then I got the guy to play it with some Martin Logan Electrostats just for kicks. Woo, those were neat. I was more interested in the technology than the sound, but man they were SO clear on the acoustic guitar. Amazing speakers.

I'm still kind of hooked on those BP6's. I might try and find some way to work them into my system in the near future. Course that means selling my old Polkies all over again.

Great speakers though.

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Old 02-17-2009, 10:44 AM   #7
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BP6s are great speakers but I would use a subwoofer with these. I currently am using these for my fronts and while they are great I'm hoping to upgrade to some of the new bp towers in the near future. Check out 6th ave because I know they were blowing them out for about 300 a pair during christmas time.
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Old 02-17-2009, 12:59 PM   #8
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BP6s are great speakers but I would use a subwoofer with these. I currently am using these for my fronts and while they are great I'm hoping to upgrade to some of the new bp towers in the near future. Check out 6th ave because I know they were blowing them out for about 300 a pair during christmas time.
Thanks. I have a decent sub already, so that's not an issue. I'm not sure I like the integrated sub on the newer bp towers.

I'm still pondering a way to swing these... dunno if I can make it. They're going for $800 a pair currently over at 6ave. That brick and mortar deal seems like the best one available currently for $500 for the pair.

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I've had two BP6s as my fronts now for about two years and love them. I believe they are Def Tech's smallest towers but, yea, they still pack a punch. I also have a sub-woofer in my system (not a Def Tech). $500 a pair for them is a great deal. I bought mine for $600 a pair at Abt.com, although they're currently selling for $800 a pair.
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I've had two BP6s as my fronts now for about two years and love them. I believe they are Def Tech's smallest towers but, yea, they still pack a punch. I also have a sub-woofer in my system (not a Def Tech). $%00 a pair for them is a great deal. I bought mine for $600 a pair at Abt.com, although they're currently selling for $800 a pair.
So lemme ask you, since I'm a bit confused- it lists two tweets and two woofers- does that mean only one of each are front/back firing? That's what I assumed but again, I'm amazed at how much sound it was able to output. Also, are the grills non-removable? I just did some listening but should've looked at it some more while I was there.

*edit* Actually, after reading up on this, I've found answers to my questions above. The "grill" is a sock that can be rolled up to access the speakers, and yes, there are a total of two tweeters and two woofers. One thing that I'm still concerned about though is the ohm rating- I read a couple sites that say "4-8ohm capable" and a review that showed the BP8's dropping to about 4ohms at one point. This is a concern with my Onkyo 605, no?

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Old 02-17-2009, 06:15 PM   #11
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Bump on a slow day. Anyone?

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I don't think it would be an issue. I've been running my bp6s on a pioneer elite vsx-03 with no problems. I remember when I did have my sr705 that it gave me the option of either 8 or 4 ohms (or maybe 6ohms) so I think the 605 should be fine as well.

As for the price I paid 500 for a pair. Come to think of it I paid more for my pm1000s at bestbuy a few years ago and the bp6 are better speakers in my opinion.
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Ugh, I've got the bug for these speakers bad. The problem is twofold- my current fronts and center would need to be sold, and that damn center speaker is pretty expensive.

I might try and go listen again today to those speakers but I'm sure that won't help me make a good decision about them...

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You only live once aramis. I had the BP6's (four actually) as fronts and surrounds about 7-8 years ago. Great speakers and highly recommended.
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Can you folks help me pair up some of the older models? I've seen some stuff online (used) that I'm considering.

BP8 fronts pairs with which center? CLR2000?
BP20's come with the integrated sub. Right?
CLR1000 would pair with which fronts? Is this a speaker worth looking at?
CLR2000- can someone help me timbre-match this to all the fronts out there?

There is a lot of conflicting or lacking information on some of these models and the model #'s are confusing. Thanks as always fellas.

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I have the bp10s and the clr3000 check my sig. Can't say enough about them!Love em! Love em, the 3000 is worth every penny.
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I have the older version of the super towers, BP 2000's with 15" built-in powered subwoofers, CLR 2000, and a pair of BP surrounds. I bought the super towers in 1996 from a high-end dealer.

At the time I had a pair of BP20's which I wanted to trade in for the new Def Tech's. I spent several hours there and auditioned almost every high-end speakers they had. I was willing to spend up to $7,000 or $8,000. The owner of the shop and I reached the conclusion that no other speaker performed as well as the Def Tech super towers. They cost me about $3,000 and I have been very happy with them.
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I have the older super towers, BP 2000 with 15" built-in powered subwoofers, CLR 2000, and a pair of BP surrounds. I bought the super towers in 1996 from a high-end dealer.

At the time I had a pair of BP20's which I wanted to trade in for the new Def Tech's. I spent several hours there and auditioned almost every high-end speakers they had. I was willing to spend up to $7,000 or $8,000. The owner of the shop and I reached the conclusion that no other speaker performed as well as the Def Tech super towers. They cost me about $3,000 and I have been very happy with them.
Awesome. Not that age is that much of a concern, but how old are they? There's a set I'm eyeing.

I'm pretty sure that I'm going to be making some kind of foray into some BP's in the near future and am trying to learn about some of the older models that aren't on DT's site any longer.

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Awesome. Not that age is that much of a concern, but how old are they? There's a set I'm eyeing.

I'm pretty sure that I'm going to be making some kind of foray into some BP's in the near future and am trying to learn about some of the older models that aren't on DT's site any longer.
In early to mid 1990's, BP10 and BP20 were the top bipolar Def Tech speakers. I owned the BP20's. Around the mid 1990's they introduced the speakers with powered subwoofers.

In 1996, after they introduced the BP 2000 super towers, I decided to trade my BP20's for BP2000's. They have built-in 15" subwoofers with 300 watts RMS amplifiers in each. You can tri-amp them. That is the way I set them up in my 10.4 (2 fronts, 2 center, 4 side surrounds, 2 rear surrounds, and 4 subwoofers) setup. The BP2000's are big and heavy. Their sound is amazing.

The current Def Tech bipolar champ is BP 7000. They have a 14" powered subwoofer with an additional 14" passive radiator. The amplifier and the price are also beefed up. I don't need more power for the subs as I already have 4 additional subwoofers in my home theater room.
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Both of my systems have all Def Tech speakers, SVS subs, and Yamaha receivers. I couldn't be happier with the sound I get, especially for what everything cost me.
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