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Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

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I am going to buy the denon dm35 dab micro can anyone suggest a good pair of bookshelf speakers to go with it, I have a small living room so nothing to big preferablly I have auditioned the q acoustic 1010 and was quite impressed with them, any other suggestions?

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Re: Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

 Tannoy Mercury Custom F1s (£110) will sound even better....

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Re: Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

user="Clare Newsome" wrote:

 Tannoy Mercury Custom F1s (£110) will sound even better....

Wait for it, wait for it, "but next months issue has a review of the 1010i's and they might just be better again". C'mon Clare, admit you missed that one. Wink

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Re: Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

 Or maybe I just think the Tannoys are the better bet!

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Re: Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

Oooh, is that a sneaky hint of the results of the 1010i review?

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Re: Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

Thanks  for the suggestions I did ponder on the tannoys, Well I purchased the denon  dm 35 dab and the Q acoustic 1010's worrying they might be a bit small, Well after leaving the system running for 2 days non stop I finally had a proper listen tonight and was really impressed by what this system could do, I have been getting all my old albums out for a listen and haven't enjoyed them so much for years, My wife is happy as the system is very living room friendly compared to my last 3 tier teac ref 300 which I must say I never really took to, bottom line this setup is more than capablle of filling my living room with rich solid sounds, I haven't enjoyed my music so much since the days of my Marantz seperates 8 years ago. 

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Re: Bookshelf speakers to go with denon micro

Really pleased you're happy - that's what it's all about!

The Q's are the best speakers you can buy for £100 - you'd never guess they'd sound so good (or big) considering their price and size.
 

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