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My dealer told me that i have to wait untill the end of the month to get the S40.
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Apparently I got in on the first shipment Dedicated Audio is getting and should have mine sometimes in July. Meanwhile, rocking the M20s. They are no slouches!
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My dealer told me that i have to wait untill the end of the month to get the S40.
They won't be shipping to customers in the US until the third week in July. Obviously, on a first come, first serve basis, so I would order asap to have a better chance at getting a pair soon.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRV-7OrBeoI So a pair of these, using the Esotar 1 from what it looks like, depends on your room size if the SR won't be enough speaker, I have used them as fronts in my office system before I moved them into my HT for rears. If listening to mostly multi-channel music I can see using larger speakers and or a larger room but if the primary purpose is Home Theater and movies a speaker like the Emit or SR would do you just fine. Some of the newer pre/pro's and or receivers allow you to properly EQ a room in with room correction technology like Audyessey MultEQ or Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration System MCACC and or YPAO by Yamaha all of these system help calibrate the room and does a great job of adjusting your speakers to suit your listening environment and can do wonders in relatively quick amount of time. If movies are the key and your room isn't huge and you have plenty of bass via your main speakers and subs a decent smaller speaker will work perfectly fine.
Thanks for the reply. Yes, those are my speakers. The room is large, 24' x 25' with a tall ceiling. Plenty of bass in it though.
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If you have the room not bad at more than 50% off
https://www.audiogon.com/listings/fu...06-21-speakers
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They won't be shipping to customers in the US until the third week in July. Obviously, on a first come, first serve basis, so I would order asap to have a better chance at getting a pair soon.
I´m spanish.
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If you have the room not bad at more than 50% off
https://www.audiogon.com/listings/fu...06-21-speakers
And if you don't mind a shipment from Poland..
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And if you don't mind a shipment from Poland..
Very sketchy.... But Audiogon has been much better than "Audiomart" as they let anyone on that place.. Audiomart has been free, but I have a feeling that will change soon.

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And if you don't mind a shipment from Poland..
He is a dealer from Poland that carries some pretty high end stuff but I don't think he is a Dyn dealer. He posts a bit on the shark
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that dude had a pair of regular evidence for around 12-14k IIRC when I was speaker shopping. I was tempted but the location scared me off, and even at that bargain price they were over budget for me
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Very sketchy.... But Audiogon has been much better than "Audiomart" as they let anyone on that place.. Audiomart has been free, but I have a feeling that will change soon.
I've been advertising a few things on usaudiomart. Yea, it's cheaper than Audiogon, but I think the clientel is of a lower caliber. I've never been approached by so many low-ballers. Most of them are foreign.

Why would I sell something at half my asking price and then have to go though the pains of 2-3 hours of export paperwork? And then worry about some BS PayPal chargeback? No thanks. I'll stick with Audiogon.
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Listening to some Melody Gardot on Tidal and it is stunning over the Emits. Can't imagine how much better the S40s can be...
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Listening to some Melody Gardot on Tidal and it is stunning over the Emits. Can't imagine how much better the S40s can be...
I have all of her CD's, now burned over too my Sony HAP unit, and I agree! The Emit 20s are pretty remarkable feat by Dynaudio producing such a great sounding speaker at a reasonable cost.

Dynaudio,Magnepan,Hegel, Musical Fidelity,Belles and KEF, etc...... New Belles Aria Pre/Amp on the way and Belles MB-200's: Contour's 20's/Special 40's or Raidho next...
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