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Old 10-15-2015, 04:53 PM   #21
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Well, at least you got to hear the Tektons, and if you don't like the B&W's - you live close enough to get some Tektons. Glad to have introduced you to another line.

Which Tektons did you like the most?
Pendragons :-)
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Pendragons :-)
Oh, yeah!!!!!
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Old 10-18-2015, 10:53 AM   #23
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B&Ws would seem to be the pricier but better option
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Old 10-19-2015, 09:43 PM   #24
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If I didn't work at Best Buy part time I would go for the tektons since they do sound amazing for the $ but my discount makes it so that I can get a whole Atmos (7.4.1) B&Wsystem cheaper than the tekton 5.1 system.

Will keep this updated once we move in and i begin the Building process, So exited

Also how much could I sell the Klipsch icon speakers for? whats a fair market value?
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For HT, I'd give it to the Lore mini - I've heard the CM10's at length and the sounded quite edgy to me. I believe that to be because of the Bestbuy that I was in. I've heard other CM's that didn't sound edgy (sharp - harsh). You're in the perfect place and time to demo - just don't take my word - you're close - demo, demo, demo!!!! Good luck!!!!
CM's that didn't sound edgy (sharp - harsh) generally most speakers will sound better once they have had 200-300 hours of sound pumped through them.
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CM's that didn't sound edgy (sharp - harsh) generally most speakers will sound better once they have had 200-300 hours of sound pumped through them.
B&W's I heard at BB give me the impression that they are not really transparent, meaning that if you walked into a room blind folded you would know you were listening to B&W's, they clearly distinguish themselves.
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CM's that didn't sound edgy (sharp - harsh) generally most speakers will sound better once they have had 200-300 hours of sound pumped through them.
True - you are correct there.
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B&W's I heard at BB give me the impression that they are not really transparent, meaning that if you walked into a room blind folded you would know you were listening to B&W's, they clearly distinguish themselves.
I was at the Magnolia Room and have not been there for a long time... noticed that they are selling B&W towers in the range of 4 - $5000 a pair? That's a lot of $ for 70lb towers when you still need a sub to throw in....anyone else notice the rise in speaker prices? Especially B&W and Paradigm...

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