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Mr.SoftDome's Avatar Mr.SoftDome
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Absolutely. For me, Simaudio just works. They are far from brittle or analytical. I find them incredibly neutral, powerful but with finesse.

I have only been able to afford the Moon stuff. Evolution is a dream. Maybe some day but always sounds great to me.

It might be fun to try something else someday but Simaudio has worked well with all speakers that have entered my space.

I just picked up three of these guys. It will be fun to hear the new speakers with my new amps. Not Evolution but as close as I can get for now with the new speaker costs.

http://www.soundstagehifi.com/index....audio-moon-400

Perhaps I'll go check out the Naim for fun and see what the hub bub is all about.

Rick
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Any interest in these? Dynaudio Audience 72SE's in Maple. I sold these, shipped them and the shipper lost one for a couple weeks. They finally located the box and unpacked it and didn't put it back in the box properly. It got damaged, I filed a claim and got the speakers back.

They sound fantastic and the drivers and crossover are perfect. They don't look terrible but there is some damage.

What do you think these are worth? $800?
Tom,

Sorry to hear about the damage, I had UPS do some thing similar but much worse on a pair of Contour 3.4s a years ago. Nice White KEF LS 50 sitting in the background. I have a black version of those.


Rick: Sim Audio is good gear, I however did not like the combo with Dynaudio, but did like the combination with KEF. My favorite was Threshold and Musical Fidelity with Dynaudio and that is what I have stuck with over the last couple of years.
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So.. time for pictures of my listening walhalla



Amp: Marantz PM11S2 / Blue-ray player: Denon DVD-3800BD / CD-player: Marantz SA15S2 /
Speakers Dynaudio Focus 260 / Headphone AKG K701+Senheisser HD590 / Streaming Logitech Squeeze-duet/BOTW-powersupply /
External Dac Music Hall Dac 25.3 with Philips NOS Goldpin-tube
Can anyone tell me what rubber feet he has under those spikes? I PMed him but no reply yet.
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Absolutely. For me, Simaudio just works. They are far from brittle or analytical. I find them incredibly neutral, powerful but with finesse.

I have only been able to afford the Moon stuff. Evolution is a dream. Maybe some day but always sounds great to me.

It might be fun to try something else someday but Simaudio has worked well with all speakers that have entered my space.

I just picked up three of these guys. It will be fun to hear the new speakers with my new amps. Not Evolution but as close as I can get for now with the new speaker costs.

http://www.soundstagehifi.com/index....audio-moon-400

Perhaps I'll go check out the Naim for fun and see what the hub bub is all about.

Rick
Those are great amps. Heard them on the Revel Salon II if memory serves me correct. Side by side with a similar Bryston...
I preferred the Sim for the top end. The nod for the low end went to the Bryston slightly. Overall the Sim was the amp to have.
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