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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalek Supreme D L View Post
    Buy, buy, buy. If they are still there. Nice precise imaging, good bass and mid. Can be a bit fiddly to set up right but worth it. You will need heavy speaker stands to get the best out of them.
    agreed , brilliant speakers , had some studio 125 untill recently that were excellent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael loves music View Post
    Has anyone heard of Pro ac studio speakers I think itís 110 or 115 saw in charity shop in town
    I used to own the Proac Studio 1 . It was a great bookshelf speaker .To this day I've repented of having sold them , they were that good . I concur with someone who said here ,
    " I don't think Proac has even had a bad speaker " .

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    Speakers had gone lady in shop says they went with stands for £150

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    Ah, sounds like they had done a bit of research into pricing.
    What charity shop was it?
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    Heart foundation furniture shop

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    Ah right - no huge bargains to be expected there. IME they do their homework and often put more expensive gear up for auction on ebay.
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    Yes Jerry they do I’m happy with me Denon 350se amp and tannoy v1 speakers

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    How's this for a charity shop bargain?

    Barnardo's shop in Keswick - Led Zeppelin "Physical Graffiti". Condition: looks like it fell from a skip wagon, then reversed over a couple of times, then cleaned up with a Brillo pad.

    £99 to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    How's this for a charity shop bargain?

    Barnardo's shop in Keswick - Led Zeppelin "Physical Graffiti". Condition: looks like it fell from a skip wagon, then reversed over a couple of times, then cleaned up with a Brillo pad.

    £99 to you
    On that basis, perhaps I should flog my original Zep albums? They have to be worth twice as much!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael loves music View Post
    Speakers had gone lady in shop says they went with stands for £150
    Wow , I bought some 115s off ebay (mint) £395 then forked out £200 plus for some Atacma stands , wonderful speakers , really hit the spot for me .

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