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RE: A Mixed Bag

Pistol Pete1 wrote:
You got some Blades at home???? OMG!!!! Or did you sell the home to pay for them.... :rofl:

They're at work at the moment - they'll go home as soon as I sort one ROFL

DavidF @FrankHarveyHiFi, Coventry.

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RE: A Mixed Bag

Pistol Pete1 wrote:
I thought it was a very bold move to play the Blades then some of the R series....
A testament to how good the R series is, following up a speaker like the Blade Smile

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I agree that they were quite bass heavy, and as you've mentioned they were no where near a room boundary.
I'm assuming this is done because of the size of the room. If the speakers are placed nearer to the back wall, the overall room response will be erratic, but if they're moved clear of the boundary, this response can be controlled, which is a good thing in a large room where around 20/25 people are listening over a large area.

DavidF @FrankHarveyHiFi, Coventry.

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