Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Jonesborough, TN
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It is best to listen to them yourself to decide which you prefer. Speakers are subjective, and what one person (or 10 or 100) likes may not sound good to you. Buy the right tool once. Changing / upgrading is far more expensive (and more time / frustration) than the added cost of buying what YOU like in the first place.
have you seen the "I'll demo my speakers.... " thread ? It's in the stickies at the top of this page, and there are people from all corners who have most graciously offered to demo what they have to other AVS members, Decent hi-fi shops are a dying breed, and none of them carry offerings from Internet Direct (only) manufacturers. IMO it is a great resource, and woefully under-utilized.
If you want a really good one, you'll have to learn a foreign language. german, for instance...