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I know that these have been lower in the past but I've had my eye on them for a while now and have not seen them at sub £249.99.

I've heard that they are great speakers and are £20 less than anywhere else - including Richersounds!

7 left in stock at time of writing....

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#1
These really are fantastic and get rave reviews. I have a set myself infact. Pair them with a Denon/Yahama amp rather than a Sony/Onkyo as they are very bright sounding and pair well with a smooth amp.
#2
Mada06
These really are fantastic and get rave reviews. I have a set myself infact. Pair them with a Denon/Yahama amp rather than a Sony/Onkyo as they are very bright sounding and pair well with a smooth amp.


I'm new to the amp/speaker scene - I was thinking of pairing these up with a Sony STR-DH800, I take it that you would not recommend that?

I haven't got the biggest budget you see and I can pick up the sony for £220.
#3
I have these with an Onkyo AV amp, great sound quality and looks.
#4
smilerstradwick
I'm new to the amp/speaker scene - I was thinking of pairing these up with a Sony STR-DH800, I take it that you would not recommend that?

I haven't got the biggest budget you see and I can pick up the sony for £220.


It'll sound fine. Superb in fact as the Sony is an excellent amp. Don't be put off by people talking about brightness and such other jargonistic things. At the end of the day such things rarely matter to most.

The best way to tell if it'll sound good is to try and have a listen prior to purchase whenever possible.
#5
Pokey;8086901
It'll sound fine. Superb in fact as the Sony is an excellent amp. Don't be put off by people talking about brightness and such other jargonistic things. At the end of the day such things rarely matter to most.

The best way to tell if it'll sound good is to try and have a listen prior to purchase whenever possible.


Poor advice, take a look at the review of the Jamo's from whathifi and avforums and many people mention the same thing. I used my Jamo's with the Sony DG820 and know exactly what they mean, that's why I'm going for the Yahama 765 once I move into my new house.

Review: http://whathifi.com/review/Jamo-A102HCS5/
avforuns: [url]www.avforums.com[/url]
#6
Been looking at getting these for a while, this deal has made my mind up. Lets hope it goes through as there were only 3 left when I placed the order. Incidently the voucher code did not work.

For the money they are a very decent set of speakers and will go nicely with my Denon 1906.
#7
Mada06
Poor advice, take a look at the review of the Jamo's from whathifi and avforums and many people mention the same thing. I used my Jamo's with the Sony DG820 and know exactly what they mean, that's why I'm going for the Yahama 765 once I move into my new house.

Review: http://whathifi.com/review/Jamo-A102HCS5/
avforuns: [url]www.avforums.com[/url]


Not totally poor advice and is quite ignorant of you to dismiss it.

Telling the guy to listen before he buys is sound advice as many people have there own preferences when it comes to hi fi/home cinema

Even what hi fi suggest try before you buy in many of there buying guides

If you buy anything like this based on what somebody else has written in a magazine as opposed to checkin it out yourself then more fool yourself if youre not happy with it when you get it home
#8
Mada06
Poor advice, take a look at the review of the Jamo's from whathifi and avforums and many people mention the same thing. I used my Jamo's with the Sony DG820 and know exactly what they mean, that's why I'm going for the Yahama 765 once I move into my new house.

Review: http://whathifi.com/review/Jamo-A102HCS5/
avforuns: [url]www.avforums.com[/url]


It all depends on whether you want to spend all your spare time fretting about reaching that 'hifi' peak or if you just want a half-decent way to watch movies. I go all 'hifi' in my approach to music, but for movies I don't put that much importance on finding the most perfect sound quality. Some people don't feel the need to worry about things such as 'brightness'. They really have no reason to unless they are the type of people who will spend considerable amounts of time reading other people's experiences over at AVForums and listening for such things until they become discernible.

As for putting any faith in the nonsense WhatHifi vomit onto paper each and every month according to how big the brown envelopes being passed under their table are... well I wouldn't.

As I said - advice from us is pointless - people have to use their own ears and decide for themselves.
#9
Fair point auditioning the speakers and amp, that's not poor advice at all. However, suggesting that it will sound "fine" when so many people suggest otherwise is perhaps not the best advice. Why would you settle for something that is "fine" rather than having the best possible pairing by way of a small amount of research?

Agreed though, you need to have a listen and see what sounds best for your price point.
#10
Mada06
Fair point auditioning the speakers and amp, that's not poor advice at all. However, suggesting that it will sound "fine" when so many people suggest otherwise is perhaps not the best advice. Why would you settle for something that is "fine" rather than having the best possible pairing by way of a small amount of research?

Agreed though, you need to have a listen and see what sounds best for your price point.


Of course you could perfect your individual choice with enough research. I do with most things, especially for listening to music. I don't bother so much with AV. For the majority, any combination of quality amp and speakers will sound fine, despite the sound not being up to to scratch for those who are more willing to research and try out different combinations before buying. For the rest 'fine' is perfectly acceptable and the small improvements that more time and effort to research would return aren't worth it for those individuals. As far as AV amps and speakers go, I include myself in that.

It's up to the guy who asked the question to begin with which way he wants to go. An AVForums addiction is far too easy to develop though, I warn him.

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