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Paradigm lovers rejoice

Maximo

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The monitor series is getting sa new version. v7 Which means big sales on the remaining stock of v6's.

I think it's finally time for a center channel.

Anyone care to chime i non whether I should get a CC-290, a mini-monitor or a titan?
 

Yesfan70

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I think you should buy some Mackies. ;)


I do like the current version of their Studio line (see Bob R's system over at the old place). I could see myself with that setup or the Klipsch Reference equivalent to that (probably the RB-61 II).

Haven't really looked at the newest version of the Monitor line.
 

heeman

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I am not sure of the Price difference between the Monitor and the Studio line these days, however when I bought my Studio 60's back in 1999 there was a $200 difference per pair and it was well worth it.

If you are looking for a pair of Studio's or a CC Studio, I had great luck with ebay!

Good Luck Maximo!
 

Deerhunter

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I have the mini's as my rear channel I also know that Flint also likes them. With that being said I would also go for the studio's if you have the coin.

I am also using the paradigm cc-370 for the center but it is a typical center that is on its side and there really is not a way to stand it up without some real creativity, as to keep it from falling because of the way the ends are.
 

Maximo

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Nah. I like my monitors. I just need a v6 center channel.

Just don't know if a CC-290, mini or titan would be the best route.
 

Randy

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The Titans are a pretty decent little budget minded speaker. I have them in my garage and if I wouldn't have gotten the deals I got on my Studio's I would probably have them in my house.

Would probably make a really nice center channel or center channel and rear center in a 6.1 config.

My first Paradigm speakers were a pair of the Phantom's (bookshelf not the later version towers). I have always been a fan.
 

-B-

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I love my little Atoms I grabbed off craigslist for $40. Ive had studio 20's, Mini MKII's and have liked all of the others I've heard. I think their Servo subs are decent as well.
 

lakedmb

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I recently picked up two pairs of Titans for our workshop area and laundry room. Only $60 for two pairs on Craigslist with wall mounting brackets. It was my first time listening to Paradigm, no dealers around here. I must say that I am impressed. I would love to hear some Studio 20's.
 

Maximo

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Ok I have been watching for a while. I have an opportunity on a pair of V5 Titans. Anyone here have any idea what the diff is in v5 and v6?

I ma not going to pay $65 in shipping though. I am shooting for get this pair for around $100 total.
 

Yesfan70

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lakedmb said:
I recently picked up two pairs of Titans for our workshop area and laundry room. Only $60 for two pairs on Craigslist with wall mounting brackets. It was my first time listening to Paradigm, no dealers around here. I must say that I am impressed. I would love to hear some Studio 20's.

If those Titans impressed you, then you'll love the Studios. IMO, even the Mini-monitors are step up from the Titans.
 

Maximo

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I haven't heard them I am just looking at the fact that they will match my monitor 7's.
 
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