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    Join Date: Mar 2014

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    Default Rogers Studio 1 - should I?

    Thinking of trying a pair of these, just wondered if anyone had any thoughts​ on them.

    Cheap enough to try them in our room and prove to my better half that bigger speakers would look perfect 😁

    Will they be any good for Rock, Electronic? I go to '11' quite often 😉

    Mike.

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    You know you want to .......... couldn't tell you if they are any good though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebottle View Post
    You know you want to .......... couldn't tell you if they are any good though
    I know I do, but afraid of the bruises

    Unless the sound quality can ease the pain...........

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    never seen a cheap pair. good speakers but the wife wont like em...period
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyb View Post
    Will they be any good for Rock, Electronic? I go to '11' quite often ��

    Mike.
    There are other speakers that would probably handle that better. Nice speakers though.
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    Beautiful midrange and top end. Bass surprisingly full as well. Only issue is the non availiblity of the bass/mid range driver and time is starting to take its toll.......

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