Aristillus

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On 06/10/2019 at 23:47, awkwardbydesign said:

Seventy years of age and 100kg speakers.

Sixty four years of age and these speakers. A sack trolley does wonders for moving them from room to room single handed.

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Can't imagine reaching the iast speaker , I have a whole bucket list if them to try before I kick the bucket !!! It's addictive

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On 10/10/2019 at 07:11, Fourlegs said:

Sixty four years of age and these speakers. A sack trolley does wonders for moving them from room to room single handed.

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As above, I need to get something a can man handle with a back injury and to fit into a alightly smaller place. I have had many large speakers and i can remember moving my B&W 801's around on my own. Looking to get a larger stand mount speaker.

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Great day in the cave using my tiny Q Acoustic speakers liberated from my 5.1 system. I was really surprised at how good they are. Music was more than acceptable i have to say. Hoping to have new speakers in place within the next couple of weeks.

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