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  1. #71
    Join Date: May 2015

    Location: Sussex By The Sea

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    I'm Paul.

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    More changes!
    Speakers now sold and have replaced them with these superb Bang and Olufsen BL 18s 90th anniversary special edition and hung on the wall, and I am looking to finalise my system by getting the Bang and Olufsen BL 19 subwoofer, so if anyone wants to sell me there's or know of one for sale then please let me know.
    Thanks



    Turntable - Pioneer PL-90 Reference. Cartridge - Audio-Technica AT-ART9. Amplifier Yamaha a-s-3000 integrated. Speakers - BeoLab 18 & 19 sub both special 90 Year Celebration edition. Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver. Denon CD player.
    Ligne Roset lines sideboard.

  2. #72
    Join Date: Apr 2010

    Location: Bristol, since 1978. Current house since 1996!

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    Interesting! I must research B+O stuff more. i guess you must be happy with the result, as those (previous) speakers were pretty fine.
    Being against the wall helps with (proverbial) WAF and keeps the room looking good, though I see the equipment has escaped the .....Credenza (I'm sure we don't HAVE 'credenzas' in UK!)
    Great look-I use a 150 year old solid wood sideboard top-MUCH too big to be a credenza!
    Chris.

  3. #73
    Join Date: May 2015

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    I'm Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hornucopia View Post
    Interesting! I must research B+O stuff more. i guess you must be happy with the result, as those (previous) speakers were pretty fine.
    Being against the wall helps with (proverbial) WAF and keeps the room looking good, though I see the equipment has escaped the .....Credenza (I'm sure we don't HAVE 'credenzas' in UK!)
    Great look-I use a 150 year old solid wood sideboard top-MUCH too big to be a credenza!
    The Pio s-2ex was a fine speaker but the B/L 18s are far more open and expressive especially in the mid and top range, this I believe is down to the upward firing tweeter and designed dispersal, it does however lack the bass of the pio, that is why I would like to try the sub.
    As for it being hung on the wall it makes it easier for the Mrs to Vacuum under without knocking the stands
    I do like the sideboard/credenzas because of their stability over racks.
    Turntable - Pioneer PL-90 Reference. Cartridge - Audio-Technica AT-ART9. Amplifier Yamaha a-s-3000 integrated. Speakers - BeoLab 18 & 19 sub both special 90 Year Celebration edition. Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver. Denon CD player.
    Ligne Roset lines sideboard.

  4. #74
    Join Date: May 2015

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    I'm Paul.

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    Update: - Picked this Yamaha A-S 3000 up the other day and cannot stop listening .







    Turntable - Pioneer PL-90 Reference. Cartridge - Audio-Technica AT-ART9. Amplifier Yamaha a-s-3000 integrated. Speakers - BeoLab 18 & 19 sub both special 90 Year Celebration edition. Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver. Denon CD player.
    Ligne Roset lines sideboard.

  5. #75
    Join Date: Aug 2009

    Location: Staffordshire, England

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    I'm Martin.

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    Tasty.
    Current Lash Up:

    *Audiolab 6000CDT* SoncozSGD1 * Krell KSA100 mkII * JM Lab Electra 926 *


    'You fool! To think that your ape-brain could contain the full knowledge of the Krell!'

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