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    Join Date: May 2016

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    Some nice little puppies


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    A lovely pair of speakers! I assume the foam grilles have disintergrated? My Dad has a pair in black and the foam covers are long gone, I seem to remember they had one or two green stripes down one side and those bits failed first. He still has them and they are still very underrated speakers IMHO.
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    I agree they are great LITTLE quality speakers


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    Yes, they are small. I sent my Cheviots away for some work to be done and borrowed the Royds a couple of years ago. At that time I was using Naim 202/ 200. The Royds sounded great with the 200 gripping them. I had them sitting on the floor as you can see if you twist your neck (sry about that)
    Pink Triangle PT1, Nima unipivot and Transfiguration Spirit mk1.
    Unitiqute 2
    Tannoy Cheviot and RFC crossovers.
    RFC Mercury interconnects and Rhodium Twist speaker cable.
    Audiolab 8000C is currently awaiting a Radford power amp. Until then the Unitiqute is on amp duties!

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