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  1. hi, how long ago did you buy this? and are you the only owner? and what happened the mic? thx
  2. HI Wimbo, i'm not entirely sure if this is a serious comment or tongue-in-cheek. .. I use QED X40 cables which, from memory, were a decent quality/value offering at the time... Spending more $$$ on cables wouldn't have been on my short list of options tbh..
  3. Thanks to all for their input.. The hump in the mid bass of the previous speakers sounds likely.. I will just enjoy my speakers for now and and maybe keep an eye out for a deal on a subwoofer.. The new speakers never sounded bad, but the 8ohm vs 4ohm thing sent me down a bit of a rabbit hole from which I have thankfully returned (thanks to SNA) without spending any money!.
  4. Many thanks for taking the time to help Muon The amp in question is Vincent SV 227mk https://www.vincent-tac.de/en/product-types/integrated-amplifiers/sv-227mk.html
  5. Thanks Fangzie, and everyone.. that seems like a consensus view and probably rings true to me when i think about it.. I previously did not enjoy a sub in my 2 channel hifi - i tried a definitive technology super cube 4000 and was underwhelmed.. since then i have realised i probably should have got an SVS..... Any thoughts on what would be good sub in my setup? thanks again...
  6. I didn't audition the speaker - they were bought on this website second hand - it was a bit of an opportunistic trade up. Previous speaker were Paradigm Studio 20 V5. Whats lacking? liveliness at lower volumes... Details and mid /highs are good with volume ( vocals and highs definitely better than previous) but the whole sound seems to be less of a "presence in the room".. I don't listen to electronica or other bass intensive music, so i am not seeking that kind of room moving response.
  7. Hi all, i recently changed from 4ohm standmounts to 8ohm standmounts. I drive them with a hybrid integrated Vincent amp that produces 196w at 4ohm, but only 100w at 8ohm ( no surprises there). My problem being that i feel the new standmounts (proac studio 118, 30Hz to 30KHz. Sensitivity 88.5 dB) now feel somewhat underpowered and lifeless. having upgraded the valves in the preamp of my current integrated i am reluctant to part with it, so i am thinking of adding a power amp (connections allow this) Am i on the right track? If so , any g
  8. Further information: Awesome speakers, well looked after, never even moved! Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  9. Hi All, I spoke to the distributor for ATC and they have no retailer in Sydney!! ... I am looking to upgrade from Paradigm Studio 20 V5, which seem to me to be a hi point of quality/price ratio for the paradigm brand (so i am a bit nervous of spending money and not being suitably impressed) ... Are these SCM11 worth seeking out for an audition? I have enough power to drive them. Thanks all.
  10. here is my brief journey... I have a vincent sv-227 driving paradigm studio 20s... First attempt at tube rolling was tung sol 12ax7.. too bright and edgy - nice energy but i couldn't live with them.. i then tried soviet 12ax7lps.... nothing wrong with these - honest and clean and quiet but found myself wanting somewhere in between....so decided on trying a 5751 ... i got a JJ ECC803 and am very happy - very revealing as mentioned - loads of detail.. but i wasn't expecting the great tight bass response...really good... So after trying a few different combos i now have the JJ ECC803 in
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