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Your Dream Speakers

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Zing, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. Zing

    Zing Retired Admin Famous

    Assuming money is no object, what speakers would you buy and why?
  2. Snowman_

    Snowman_ Active Member

    Klipschorn or La Scala for me.

    Damn you Dennie. :eusa-clap:
  3. Orbison

    Orbison Well-Known Member

    Bose. Then my existing speakers would sound fantastic by comparison.
  4. Flint

    Flint "Do you know who I am?" Superstar

    I'd still build my own.
  5. Rope

    Rope Well-Known Member Famous

    It's be a horse race between these three speakers, although, I favor the time aligned models.




  6. Aaron German

    Aaron German Active Member

    Given how much I like my Heresies, I'd like to try the more expensive Klipsch speakers. But, if money were no object, I'd like to try a bunch of different speakers.
  7. Rope

    Rope Well-Known Member Famous

    If you like the Heresies, you'd love the Klipsch Korner Horns, or if the room isn't suited for the K-Horns, then the La Scalas.



  8. Zing

    Zing Retired Admin Famous

    I don't know that I'd actually buy them since I haven't heard them but, since money's no object, I think I'd order an in-home demonstration of three speakers:

    The Focal Utopias


    and the Revel Ultima Salons


    and the Grand Utopia III


    Or maybe I'd just have Flint build me a pair. :handgestures-thumbup:
  9. Batman

    Batman Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator Famous

    Goddamnit Zing!! You stole my thunder...Based only on looks because I KNOW they sound good the Grande Utopia III EMs

  10. Zing

    Zing Retired Admin Famous

    Not quite. I didn't even know those speakers existed. But I'm stealing them now. :eek:bscene-birdiedoublered:
  11. MatthewB

    MatthewB Grandmaster Pimp Daddy Famous

    I'm gonna have to go with the Wilson Alexandria, I am one of the precious few who has had the chance to demo these at a very prominent Cardiologists house whom I work with. The fact that these are imposing to begin with, but once you sit in the main chair and kick back, you are taken to a level of audio that pretty much is the sound of angels singing if you could hear them.

    BTW this is a stock photo and not the pair I heard. His are a rosewood mahogony colored pair
  12. Tee

    Tee Active Member

    Dayum Zing you stole my thunder too!



    :text-imsorry: Those Wilson's sound like shit boxes......just saying..........IMO.
  13. Flint

    Flint "Do you know who I am?" Superstar

    The man speaks the truth!
  14. Yesfan70

    Yesfan70 I'm famous now bitches! vvvvv Famous

    If I had the space and money, Dynaudio Evidence.

    It's a toss up between,

    Klispchorns or LaScalas (I miss my KG5.5 towers)
    Dynaudio Confidence towers
    Legacy Audio Whispers
    Paradigm Signature S8 towers

    I have not heard any of these speakers, but if they sound as good as they look I'd be more than happy with them.
  15. Randy

    Randy Well-Known Member Famous

    Yesfan, more often than not when you post, I remember why I like you. I have been a K-Horn fan since I was a teenager. A story for another time, but one of my fondest audio memories.

    And, if I had the money I would still have to take a serious look at these babies.


    or these


    The Mid Range of the Whisper's is possibly the best I have ever heard.
  16. Yesfan70

    Yesfan70 I'm famous now bitches! vvvvv Famous


    I remember this guy in Memphis that had his gear reviewed in Stereo Review's final days (I miss those types of articles in SR). I've lost the mag, but remember he had Whispers upfront, a matching center speaker (model name escapes me) and Focuses in the back as surrounds and a 27" TV (might have been one of the first HDTVs, don't know). All of them driven by Legacy Audio amps. He had the Kevlar drivers died a dark green too, which really went well with the Legacy's woodwork. I don't remember the other components in his rig, but I know he had about $50,000 in his setup. That setup, along with all the music memorabilia on the walls, is still one of the best looking setups I've ever seen.

    I wish I could still find that mag. I got rid of all my magazines, but thought I had held on to that one. Wonder if the article is in the S&V archives somewhere?
  17. Maximo

    Maximo Well-Known Member

    Ah another Legacy fan. Count me in. +1
  18. Razz

    Razz Well-Known Member

    I know this is bad because I've never actually heard them, but they look so dam cool!!!!!!!!!

    Magico M5
  19. goaliechris

    goaliechris Active Member

    If money was no object I would have these in every room of my house. Rip out the old cheap ceiling speakers in the kitchen, bathroom, wherever and just have a bunch of these around. I might even have a few waiting for me to make up a space to put them in.

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  20. Yesfan70

    Yesfan70 I'm famous now bitches! vvvvv Famous

    Even paired with a "lowly" $200 Berhinger amp, those are still the best pair of speakers I've heard (besides the Contour towers a few years back).

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