Rank the Top GR Research Speakers

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Tyson

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« Reply #140 on: 22 Sep 2023, 03:46 pm »
Brandon, the LS9 might be too much for your room, the the LS6 is smaller and you get almost all the performance of the LS9 in a smaller package. 

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« Reply #141 on: 22 Sep 2023, 04:01 pm »
Brandon, the LS9 might be too much for your room, the the LS6 is smaller and you get almost all the performance of the LS9 in a smaller package.

Yes I have seen some used.  Too many choices.

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« Reply #142 on: 22 Sep 2023, 04:51 pm »
20x14 room essentially would be dedicated to somewhat near field listening with the LS6. You could put the speakers along the 20 foot wall about 3 feet into the room. Would give you 11 foot to put a chair in there in between the speakers on the opposite wall. If you dont have a lot of stuff in the room could be done, but still a lot of speaker for that room.

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« Reply #143 on: 22 Sep 2023, 09:54 pm »
20x14 room essentially would be dedicated to somewhat near field listening with the LS6. You could put the speakers along the 20 foot wall about 3 feet into the room. Would give you 11 foot to put a chair in there in between the speakers on the opposite wall. If you dont have a lot of stuff in the room could be done, but still a lot of speaker for that room.
I know they are good speakers but Danny has some really cool stuff coming out really soon that will work perfectly in my room that I am excited about.

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« Reply #144 on: 14 Oct 2023, 02:24 pm »







"Another thing we may do is do a small sealed box for this with that tweeter (Neo 3) above it in and maybe a wedge shape or truncated pyramid shape box and put one of our 12" servo subs in the bottom of it so that it's more of a full-range, flat to 20Hz pair of speakers with adjustable low frequency... that will be pretty cool too."

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« Reply #145 on: 14 Oct 2023, 07:20 pm »
The Bully looks pretty cool.  It can do allot of things.  Danny seemed really excited about it.

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« Reply #146 on: 14 Oct 2023, 07:26 pm »
Yes, the new Bully looks crazy good - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gWVGNU9yUg

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« Reply #147 on: 14 Oct 2023, 07:39 pm »
Yes, the new Bully looks crazy good - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gWVGNU9yUg
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« Reply #148 on: 14 Oct 2023, 08:02 pm »
That Bully is the kind of speaker that you could always own... "why sell this?".  Even if you didn't listen to it for full range, it could be your subwoofers you use for playing with something else.  It's like buying a pair of subs and you get a speaker for free.  I was at track event at Watkins Glen over the summer and they do similar stuff with stickers.  You buy a sticker for $10 and you get a bag of... something, for free. HIGH Danny!  Great Job!  :green: