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Are you REALLY happy with your system?

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Yes except there is a new pair of speakers that I fancy. :dude:

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Just waiting on a new CD player :D

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you've swopped then? GOOD SHOW

I'll bring over the stiletto 6's in a week or two, to see what you think (you can hear the stiletto this weekend if you like.

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Im off on my hols on Saturday Paul.

Briansaid he will keep the offer open until i get back. :D(Still got to sell my Cyrus first :().

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i love the sound of my set up ..... however that doesn,t stop me wanting to spend more on bigger amps , better speeks and more detailed source:D

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batman wrote:

i love the sound of my set up ..... however that doesn,t stop me wanting to spend more on bigger amps , better speeks and more detailed source:D

That counts as a cautious "NO" I'm afraid Batters :D

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At this precise moment.........YES.

But earlier tonight I lost out on a pair of 8000M's by £20. :cs:

Another 8000P would suffice , or....................................

What's the verdict on 8000SX ? Would it be OK to Bi-amp along side an 8000P ? One for HF t'other for LF.

Happy ???? probably not.

och a dinnae ken !!!!;-)

chezi.

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been listening to the stiletto tonight, they do bass the couch vibrates and its roughly 3.5 metres away, treble is nice and smooth and is nicely integrated, seems to have a nice boogie factor and the midrange is liquid smooth, for £1000 this is a stunning speaker, ultimately it doesn't shift as much air as the others i have but the only consequence of that is a lower volume than the bigger models, if you are a sugden 21 a kinda guy or don't listen at headbanging volumes, or your room is very small (I have these 6 " from the wall) then you won't find a more coherent musical speaker this side of £1500, can't wait to hear the 6's

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