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Or, for even less money, go with the Dayton Audio APA150 amp with built-in volume control for $145 at Parts-Express. Less than $300 total for speakers and amp if you got the speakers on sale.
If you ever get to hear that Bang amp, you will understand why I recommenced it.
Same. Any actually heard them?
$149 a pair? Either they're not making money on this or it just shows how cheap manufacturing at scale can be. That's a great price for a pair of any decent speakers and these are above decent.
CNET tested the bass down to high 40s for the 6.2, however they stressed that the 6.2 is not warm and laid back like the previous version - which is what some people complained about. Elac focused on midrange/treble clarity this time around. Can't please everyone.
Could be just my pair but the woofer output drops in a hurry below 100 hz. It's down 12 db going from 100 hz to 63 hz with my decibel meter 6 feet away. There is no way to duplicate what CNet got without serious boundary reinforcement. I have the stands about 3 feet away from any wall. For comparison, Wharfedale 9.2 and Polk Tsix100 had more bass in the same room. They sound more balanced when moved within a foot of the front wall but harsh in the treble.Oh well, worth a shot but might be going back.
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