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    Join Date: May 2015

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    I'm Paul.

    Default CERWIN VEGA AT 10 Speakers.

    Has anyone owned or heard a pair of these and what are your impressions?
    Thanks.
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    Speakers - Pioneer S-2EX standmounts.

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    Are these the ones with the bright red bass cone surround. If so I nearly bought a pair these myself back in the day.

    BASSSSSSSS how low can you go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepperamip View Post
    Are these the ones with the bright red bass cone surround. If so I nearly bought a pair these myself back in the day.

    BASSSSSSSS how low can you go

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    Yes they are the ones, big bass drivers.
    Turntable - Pioneer PL-90 Reference. Cartridge - Audio-Technica AT-ART9. CD Player- Pioneer PD-91. Cassette Player- Pioneer CT-91a. Pre-Amp - Pioneer C-73 Ref. Power Amp - Pioneer M-73 Ref. Tuner- Pioneer F-91.
    Speakers - Pioneer S-2EX standmounts.

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    We used to sell various Cerwin Vega back in the 90s. Poor man's JBL - efficient, go loud, fast and fun, especially good for 'Rock.

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    Mega bassssss and silly loud

    Steve

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    I'm Buriedunderaloadofturntables.

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    Loud, efficient and fun. If you can't listen to a pair and smile, then you've got no soul!
    Adam.

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    Not heard any for years. Last was a set of big 15T's at the Penta show ages ago and the ridiculously huge bass output shook the whole level and adjoining show rooms. Unsophisticated entertainment!
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    Student specials, big , red, tough. So many late nites so many unhappy neighbours.

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    Thanks all, Might just give these a miss,as would prefer something more refined for my second system.
    Turntable - Pioneer PL-90 Reference. Cartridge - Audio-Technica AT-ART9. CD Player- Pioneer PD-91. Cassette Player- Pioneer CT-91a. Pre-Amp - Pioneer C-73 Ref. Power Amp - Pioneer M-73 Ref. Tuner- Pioneer F-91.
    Speakers - Pioneer S-2EX standmounts.

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