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    best 7 speakers

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    bluewizard


    i have £4000

    to spend on 7 speakers
    i want the absoulute best for sound quality for the price
    for the very best dynamics clarity bass detail treble resolution
    i want the very best hometheatre and music

    for all out action blockbuster movies possible and for music as well
    period



    i have a denon 4400
    a blue node 2 streamer
    thanks

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    That's about $5250 in US Dollars for those looking at this thread.

    I would highly recommend going with all the same manufacturer if possible. I would look at towers for the main left and right for better two-channel performance.

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    If I had that budget and was looking for the main 7, here's what I would do.

    Main left & right - GoldenEar Triton 2+ 2 x $1750 = $3500
    https://www.goldenear.com/products/triton-series

    SuperCenter XL $800
    or
    SuperCenter X $600
    https://www.goldenear.com/products/supercenters

    Surrounds - GoldenEar SuperSat 3 4 x $250 - $1000
    https://www.goldenear.com/products/supersat-series

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    Good choice Tracy...when do they arrive
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    Good choice Tracy...when do they arrive
    I am going to reward myself for all of my hard work on the house we're going to put on the market. I think the SuperCenter XL or XXL would be a good start.

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    Reward thyself. You can't take it with you!
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    This is almost an impossible question in that there no guidance on form factor, colors-finishes, ease to drive etc...

    There ain't nothing wrong with GoldenEar. There are also a TON of options at that price point. I just had some Paradigm F6000s here for $900 per pair (floorstanders) and they were great. Monitor Audio, Aperion, MartinLogan - shit the list is unending.

    Can you give me some more guidance?

    j

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    Reward thyself. You can't take it with you!
    I have heard that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Del Colliano View Post
    This is almost an impossible question in that there no guidance on form factor, colors-finishes, ease to drive etc...

    There ain't nothing wrong with GoldenEar. There are also a TON of options at that price point. I just had some Paradigm F6000s here for $900 per pair (floorstanders) and they were great. Monitor Audio, Aperion, MartinLogan - shit the list is unending.

    Can you give me some more guidance?

    j
    Good points. Given no restrictions on form factor, I might even suggest some in-ceiling options for the surrounds.

    I'm using the GoldenEar HTR-7000 in-ceiling speakers for my surround channels. https://www.goldenear.com/products/invisa-series

    Initially, it was due to the fact that my main seating is right up against the rear wall of my room, but they are really great speakers and could easily be used as main speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Del Colliano View Post
    This is almost an impossible question in that there no guidance on form factor, colors-finishes, ease to drive etc...

    There ain't nothing wrong with GoldenEar. There are also a TON of options at that price point. I just had some Paradigm F6000s here for $900 per pair (floorstanders) and they were great. Monitor Audio, Aperion, MartinLogan - shit the list is unending.

    Can you give me some more guidance?

    j

    Is that Jerry timing in? Long time no see
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