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Sorry, I unpublished it in order to remove some of the off-topic comments (which I unwittingly caused, I acknowledge), and it looks like one of the other mods deleted it at the same time (though nobody's owned up to it yet)...
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EDITED: Duplicate post
'And so on February 22nd 1966, at Luton airport...'
It's a significantly better thread now.
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When you've saved up a bit your speakers must disappear first my friend then reposition your hifi/av. It will take some time but it will reward you with glorious listening experience.
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TBH, I'm determined to get the sources sorted first. As I found with the Naim the speakers are capable of more than just entry-level sources. True that reconfiguring the room will help but still haven't come up a satifactory solution... yet.
You're more than welcome PP
As I have had a Naim in the past (cdx2/202/250.2/hicap/napsc).I know its subjective but for that amount of £ and spaghetti cables and forums like naim and some other active speakers owners here and there..Oh..
IMV the Leema is a definite keeper, even more so the money purchased. The whole concept is to build a system around the Leema. As regards the speakers I know technically they're not the best money can buy, but suit the room size and sound rather good. In addition they look pretty good, which helps.
How's your downsizing of speakers going?
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