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post #1 of 2 Old 01-19-2012, 11:08 AM - Thread Starter
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I am looking at some nice on wall "monitor" style speakers. These will eventually be hidden behind an acoustically transparent screen.

Right now I am looking at the LC2 from JBL. These have two 6" woofers a 4" mid, 1" tweeter and a 3/4" mylar-dome UHF driver. These are rated 92db sensitivity and are 8ohms.

Or the Jamo D600 THX. These have two 6.5" woofers two 3" mids and a 1" tweeter. They are 4ohms and are rated at 89 sensitivity

I can get these for pretty close to the same price. The room these will untimely end up in is about 19 feet deep and around 15 feet wide. The main seating position will be about 11 to 12 feet away.

Unfortunately I have no way to hear either of these in person at this time. Currently I have a full SVSound 5.1 system with all 5 speakers being the same SCS model.

Any other thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated?
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In my search for D600 & LC2 comparison, this topic came up. Who else has made this match up?

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