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  1. I’d honestly say yes for music. Had s2s for a long while and they were really impressive for music. The issue now is the signature series or equivalent is no longer available, and a significant step up these days costs way too much, partially as Paradigm went upmarket and also from our weakened dollar. Been toying with the idea of selling the system and going for B&W diamonds and required amplification but the cost really does add up.
  2. I’ve toyed with this idea for a few years. Have the Paradigm studio series in 5.1, often thought about moving to 2 speakers of much higher quality. Still don’t know if this is a good idea.
  3. I had one of these on a computer setup, great looking little speaker!!
  4. Hi Hamish, quite a post and honestly half the fun is in continual pursuit of matching up your gear, although it will get exceedingly harder from here. I’ve got a set of Studio 100s, cc690 (get the stand if you can, looks a tonne better than on a tv unit which I had it on before) and 60s for surrounds, all in piano black, and have previously owned the same colour 10s for a computer (now switched to LS50 wireless). I regret not going for the full Signature lineup when it was available, I had the S2s and they were honestly just brilliant. I’m not entirely sure what really matches the performance for similar price.
  5. Out of curiousity I don’t suppose you have the boxes to post...
  6. I have one of these, if people are worried about circuits don’t be as you’d sooner go deaf.
  7. Put them on desk stands with an integrated amp and they’re nice computer speakers!
  8. Probably not a good idea to put your full address in the description
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