Speakers that you have never owned, but wish you could test drive it for a week

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I would love to have a pair of this in my listening room for a week or so.
I would not even care if they keep the amps. I would gladly use all my Bryston amps.

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I suppose at the end of the day, if you could purchase anything you wanted at anytime, life would really be boring - wish I could be "real bored" for a week or so  :lol:



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Magico Q7, to see & hear what the fuss is all about...






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... including the back wall bass horn ... oh, mama!

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... including the back wall bass horn ... oh, mama!

Whoa! I've been in this hobby for quite awhile, and have never seen something so......... :o

Don't get me wrong, I've seen similar setups, but nothing so huge being so awesomely custom built into someone's home. Amazing! That light fixture looks like a very cheap afterthought, however.

Audiogon ad "Large and in charge, one of a kind, horn based speaker system with a home built around it for sale.........Paypal ads 3%."  :lol:

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I'd be happy with a pair of B&W 804 diamonds........ :green:

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Speakers that I'd love to test drive for a week:

Duntech Sovereigns
PMC BB5
Bryston Model T's with Bryston T-sub.

I may need a pair of 28's to drive all of those...

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In this instance, the Buddhist principle, "All pleasure is pain", would most likely be true, but spending a week with Vandersteen Sevens might be worth the agony of having to let them go.



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Maybe I don't have exotic tastes, bit I'd love to play around with the Genelec coax :thumb: http://www.genelec.com/products/8260a/ Well maybe get fancy and do a shootoff with TAD.

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Yep, these.

Magico Q7, to see & hear what the fuss is all about...





And the SCAENA Model 1.4 even though I don't have the space for them.  I heard them at AXPONA Atlanta and fell for them. 
 I couldn't find a decent sized picture of them though.

BobM

My first thought went immediately to MBL's, but I would need "size of room" appropriate ones. The 101's would likely be too big for my space. Maybe these ...



or these


JfTM

That light fixture looks like a very cheap afterthought, however.


All the budget went into gear!  :)

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Maybe I don't have exotic tastes, bit I'd love to play around with the Genelec coax :thumb: http://www.genelec.com/products/8260a/ Well maybe get fancy and do a shootoff with TAD.

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My Genesis 2's are as close to the 1.1 that I can afford. If you are in the Chicagoland area sometime, come over with your music for a listen.

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Martin Logan CLX would work for me.





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My Genesis 2's are as close to the 1.1 that I can afford. If you are in the Chicagoland area sometime, come over with your music for a listen.

MAK

Thanks, Philly is a little far from Chicago but I hope I would be able to visit you sometime in the future.

OzarkTom

I would love to try the Zellaton Studio Reference One speakers. Said to be the best sound at Munich this year by a clear margin.

http://cybwiz.blogspot.com/2013/05/zellaton-studio-reference-best-sound-in.html