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  1. What speakers do you consider more accurate? Revel. KEF. JBL. Genelec. Off the top of my mind.
  2. These have been sold. So the aesthetics are back to normal.
  3. Item: PMC Twenty.23 Speakers in walnut Location: Surry Hills, Sydney Price: $1900 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Wife Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Whilst my wife was away last week I bought these fine speakers from an equally fine seller here on Stereonet in the hope they would win a shootout with my LS50s. They won the sonic shootout, but, alas, did not win the aesthetic shootout and so must go. They are in excellent condition, a credit to their previous owner. I have the boxes, manuals and so forth. Pick up from Surry Hills would obviously be preferred. Asking price is the same as I paid. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. They are interesting in the sense that they were not what I was expecting. Given their name (Professional Monitor Company) and history as studio monitors, I was anticipating flat and neutral response with somewhat more bass than usual due to the ATL. That's not what I've experienced listening or measuring. The set occupying my lounge have a very enticing sound and I like it a lot, but I don't think it is as accurate as some.
  5. I've strayed from the OB path recently, but will return to the fold (literally) soon.
  6. As the new owner of the friendly-priced set of Twenty 23s that were briefly in the classifieds, I guess I am now in the club. Interesting speakers.
  7. The amp has a 12V trigger, but I don't believe it has auto turn on.
  8. Item: Rotel RMB 1048 Location: Surry Hills Sydney Price: $300 Item Condition: Good but only works on 6 channels Reason for selling: Space Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: I have a Rotel RMB 1048 amp for sale. 8 x 40 watts(normally). It is in good nick except there is a protection lamp showing for two of the channels. Could be an easy fix, otherwise the other six channels work just fine. Great for DIY active speakers or HT. Pickup only in Surry Hills Sydney. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  9. I'm pondering buying a pair of the Pioneer/TAD speakers. Same drivers as TAD Evolution, same crossovers, same construction, 1/10th the price.
  10. Yes I have. Very helpful.
  11. Hopefully none. But I suspect I paid a bit too much for my LS50, and the fact the other speakers haven’t been snapped up should be a concern. In any case nowhere as much as if I had bought speaker C at its retail price of $10K.
  12. IMHO, the 4K ability of the Panasonic and LG OLEDs I’ve been comparing at home is nice, but hardly essential. Sit more than a couple of metres away and you won’t be able to tell the difference. But that doesn’t matter. OLED blacks do. And they are difference makers on every source. Unless all all you watch is bright sport, get an OLED.
  13. Under orders to have more visually appealing speakers I am currently using KEF LS50 with a Velodyne HGS10 sub. They sound nice. But not as nice as my previous DIY coax dipoles. So I’m pondering lining up a shootout with the LS50s, an earlier higher end KEF model, and a much higher end TAD coax. Listening and measuring. This will require buying them all and flipping the loser. Then comparing the winner with my DIY in a fancy cabinet. Should I do it?
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