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Your Favorite Loudspeakers of all time whether you owned them or not

thecity2

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I've owned many different speakers from Paradigm to NHT to Klipsch, but my favorite speakers are a pair that I DIY'd almost 25 years ago and am still using in my main system today.
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Plcamp

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The one that held my fancy for the longest time was Klipschorn. Another that caught my attention was Mirage OM-1.

Right now I am mostly confused about what I would pick. The more I know the less capable I am of deciding what to do. At some point I will suddenly decide.
 

Anton S

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In descending order of preference, Definitive Technology Mythos ST-L, KEF 104/2, R11, & R700, PSB Synchrony T600
 
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Probably Danley Synergy horns; Then good JBL compression driver + horn speakers; then KEF R11. Below that it starts to vary greatly.
Subwoofer wise my favorites are the Danley tapped horns, and JBL's big PA subs.
Of course, I place high importance on dynamic capability as I find inefficient speakers to not sound clean at "realistic" volumes...
And AC/DC was realistically played at 11... So my favorite speakers are ones which can actually go to 11.
 
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