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Old 07-13-2004, 01:06 PM   #11
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I think it would help a lot if we knew a price range
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Jachin,

not to get off topic, but judging by your autosig, your future looks pretty grim.
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ok well opinions aside, what speakers in the pioneer price range would have the least distortion with a mix of bass and treble, i listen to alot of instrumentals that have highs like violins but still have a prominent bass beat, stuff like apocalyptica, if anyone knows they do alot of mixing their string quartet with more modern intruments
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ok well opinions aside, what speakers in the pioneer price range would have the least distortion with a mix of bass and treble, i listen to alot of instrumentals that have highs like violins but still have a prominent bass beat, stuff like apocalyptica, if anyone knows they do alot of mixing their string quartet with more modern intruments


They did remixes of Metallica on string instruments.
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ok well opinions aside, what speakers in the pioneer price range would have the least distortion with a mix of bass and treble, i listen to alot of instrumentals that have highs like violins but still have a prominent bass beat, stuff like apocalyptica, if anyone knows they do alot of mixing their string quartet with more modern intruments


They did remixes of Metallica on string instruments.
i kno, i have the metallica covers and their own stuff
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Now check the sig By the way metalica has always had symphonic instruments on their cds. there are even trumpets on nothing else matters. And by the way my cable doesnt work on channels 2 and 7. but anyway back on topic. It would be much more helpful to have a price range. There are just too many options out there to not have one
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thats better Jachin! An achievable goal. (j/k)

Anywho, Jachins right, what price range are u talkin? POlk Momo'* would be about 680.00 for front comps, 6x9 rears, and 1 12" sub (speaker only.)
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