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Can anyone attest to the quality of the Canton subs? Particularly the 10.2 and 12.2.
IMO these are the same price/quality ratio as your GLEs, havn't heard of any complaints, two 8.2 might in some cases be the better option, get back to your dealer to help you with the setup/decision, sounds like he knows what to do...
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Hello fellow Canton owners...

I recently moved to The Netherlands and I'm really set on getting some Canton speakers to power my new system... I do however have a major doubt.

I will use my system mostly for movies, but I will also listen to music regularly (70/30 probably). For the moment I'm planning no rear or side channels (i.e. only 3.1 max), and my doubt is mostly regarding the "type" of system that will be best suited for my needs: a tower speaker with a strong woofer (possibly GLE 490), or a thin tower (e.g. CD 190) with a 8" sub.

Due to "wife" requirements, I'm also very limited on my center channel, so I could definitely go for the CD 150, but nothing much larger. As such, I'm considering two options:

1) 2x GLE 490 (possibly without sub? Or perhaps I can add it in the future only)
2) 2x CD 190 + sub (which one? can I get something reasonable for ~200EUR?) + CD 150 (or no center channel also)

Option #2 is clearly more expensive, and I'm not so sure if it will be that much better (or better at all?)! Any tips? This will be my first time owning tower speakers...

Thanks!
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Hello fellow Canton owners...

I recently moved to The Netherlands and I'm really set on getting some Canton speakers to power my new system... I do however have a major doubt.

I will use my system mostly for movies, but I will also listen to music regularly (70/30 probably). For the moment I'm planning no rear or side channels (i.e. only 3.1 max), and my doubt is mostly regarding the "type" of system that will be best suited for my needs: a tower speaker with a strong woofer (possibly GLE 490), or a thin tower (e.g. CD 190) with a 8" sub.

Due to "wife" requirements, I'm also very limited on my center channel, so I could definitely go for the CD 150, but nothing much larger. As such, I'm considering two options:

1) 2x GLE 490 (possibly without sub? Or perhaps I can add it in the future only)
2) 2x CD 190 + sub (which one? can I get something reasonable for ~200EUR?) + CD 150 (or no center channel also)

Option #2 is clearly more expensive, and I'm not so sure if it will be that much better (or better at all?)! Any tips? This will be my first time owning tower speakers...

Thanks!
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looks like there are not many out there knowin CD and GLE.
You have to test listen and decide what fits best for you personally in that room.

Just a hint: while the GLE is sort of a budget entry point to get most sound quality out of a limited budget, the CD series is all about (WAF n Metrosex compatible) designs tryin to max out on audio quality. I'ts sort of encrypted in the marketing blah as well.
Personally I'd tend towards separate subwoofer and a very good center speaker when movies is more important though....
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I guess I just joined the Canton club. Until recently I'd never heard of the brand. Not even sure where my nearest dealer would be. Just happened to stumble upon these when looking for a sub to complement my Marantz sr5008. After realizing the build quality of the sub, I decided to look further into the brand and quickly replaced my JBL Northridge series center and surrounds with Canton. Love the results!

It's a pretty humble setup, but quite an upgrade for me and the family is thoroughly impressed, so I guess I did right.

I'm still using AR 318ps for the mains... I've been happy enough with those to not ditch them. Hardly a perfect match for the Cantons, but since the center is doing most of the work and Audessey is "correcting" them, I'm ok with keeping them.

Here's the 7.1 setup, cobbled together via accessories4less, craigslist, and ebay:

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Hi guys,

I've been looking to upgrade my wall mountable Canton GLE 445 center for quite some time now. Mainly beacaue I think they sound a bit thin compared to my GLE 490 fronts and I now have the space to go for a full size center.

And today I got an offer to buy the Ergo CM 52-center really cheap. The Cm-52 itself should be a really good center, but do you think it would sound good together with my GLE 490?

Anyone had any experiene mixing the GLE-series with the Ergo?

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Hello fellow Canton owners...

I recently moved to The Netherlands and I'm really set on getting some Canton speakers to power my new system... I do however have a major doubt.

I will use my system mostly for movies, but I will also listen to music regularly (70/30 probably). For the moment I'm planning no rear or side channels (i.e. only 3.1 max), and my doubt is mostly regarding the "type" of system that will be best suited for my needs: a tower speaker with a strong woofer (possibly GLE 490), or a thin tower (e.g. CD 190) with a 8" sub.

Due to "wife" requirements, I'm also very limited on my center channel, so I could definitely go for the CD 150, but nothing much larger. As such, I'm considering two options:

1) 2x GLE 490 (possibly without sub? Or perhaps I can add it in the future only)
2) 2x CD 190 + sub (which one? can I get something reasonable for ~200EUR?) + CD 150 (or no center channel also)

Option #2 is clearly more expensive, and I'm not so sure if it will be that much better (or better at all?)! Any tips? This will be my first time owning tower speakers... [IMG]file:///C:\Users\sk1u02z8\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\ 01\clip_image001.gif[/IMG]

Thanks!
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Hi leohuf,


I personally would go to GLE 490, sure if you've got a lot of place in your room. Sub can be bought later on, but you'll get better fronts.

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Hi guys,

I've been looking to upgrade my wall mountable Canton GLE 445 center for quite some time now. Mainly beacaue I think they sound a bit thin compared to my GLE 490 fronts and I now have the space to go for a full size center.

And today I got an offer to buy the Ergo CM 52-center really cheap. The Cm-52 itself should be a really good center, but do you think it would sound good together with my GLE 490?

Anyone had any experiene mixing the GLE-series with the Ergo?

/Bokai
Hi Bokai,

Very important think by this change is to consider impedance of both centers.. I can’t tell you exactly about sound improvement, but guess there will be, since Ergo is higher, natural level ….

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No components change in my setup, just new sofa in my room:




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Modern and colorful, looks good and sound to with Cantos.
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Hi all,


How would Canton 890DC's pair with a Unico Nuovo amp?


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How would Canton 890DC's pair with a Unico Nuovo amp?
I guess they would pair very good as long as your goal isn't maxing out those Cantons with such an amp.
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I guess they would pair very good as long as your goal isn't maxing out those Cantons with such an amp.
Thanks for your advice, mazpri. I bought the combo along with a Unico CDP and very happy with the music it makes.
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I have Canton Vento 809 with Vincent Amp Hybrid SP-331 sounds good, and with Canton Vento 807 probably even better maybe because of the headroom or my room 12X16'.
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Modern and colorful, looks good and sound to with Cantos.
Thanx a lot ..,

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I have Canton Vento 809 with Vincent Amp Hybrid SP-331 sounds good, and with Canton Vento 807 probably even better maybe because of the headroom or my room 12X16'.
congrats... seems that was good recommendation by Rantzmar ...

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Hi guys,

I have a pair of Glossy white Canton Chrono 890DC's which I love. One of Them was cracked during my recent move from Zug (Switzerland) to Gothenburg (Sweden). I would like to know if it is possible to repair it. I think the entire cabinet will need to be changed. Please see attached picture of the damage. Any idea how much will it cost and if anyone has the contact details of Canton I would be grateful if you can share. I wrote on their online contact form but yet to hear from them


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.. Any idea how much will it cost and if anyone has the contact details of Canton I would be grateful if you can share. I wrote on their online contact form but yet to hear from them
I'd guess it takes a while until they answer. For more interactive support I'd try to call the nearest international contact, they list these as Adresses International on their support website. I called their head quaters back then an got routed to a person who was able to sell me parts on phone.... but that was some time ago and all German language
But you could also give it a try... see contact details in Weilrod Germany.

FWIW to my experience some years ago they sold single chassis, xover boards or full sets of those for repair or even upgrading given speaker housings in same series. I'm not sure they would sell a housing on its own, but you can try.... some ppl. would rather try to fix the housing on their own, but for perfect looks and avoidance of doubt in terms of sound quality you might want to get a replacement... soldering skills might be required. AFAIK they don't run a stock of old parts, so as long as it is parts still in production chances are good....

why not just taking the broken speaker to their Service partner... some 30min drive

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Canton Sub-Woofer Options

I am interested in buying a Canton sub-woofer to go along with my Canton Ergo 122DC speakers. I purchased these in about 1999 or 2000. I am looking for something of the same time period/vintage.

Does anybody have any knowledge of the sub-woofers from that time period?
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Does anybody have any knowledge of the sub-woofers from that time period?
You can always check the hifi wiki for such info, also for other brands. It will be hard to find a used sub from that time, best chances at ebay.de.
I guess you are more concerned about the looks than the sound? If you can't find a matching sub of the currently available Cantons SUB 650 you could also consider using one or two Canton ASF 75 SC and hide them somewhere....
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You can always check the hifi wiki for such info, also for other brands. It will be hard to find a used sub from that time, best chances at ebay.de.
I guess you are more concerned about the looks than the sound? If you can't find a matching sub of the currently available Cantons SUB 650 you could also consider using one or two Canton ASF 75 SC and hide them somewhere....
Thank you. Sounds like a good place to start my search. (Yes, I figured I be hunting on eBay or other similar places.)

This is not about looks. Overall goal would be to have the best sound at a reasonable price. I thought a Canton sub would blend and work best with my current speakers. Are you suggesting that is not the case?
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sub or not to sub, that is the question

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.... I thought a Canton sub would blend and work best with my current speakers. Are you suggesting that is not the case?
no, with subwoofer this is usually never the case, you should rather see it as an extension in the low freq range that rightly done can also ease load on your mains and not just extend. So without "blending in" you would just limit the sub on the upper freq. end so it fits your mains lower freq. end. More an sort of "align" then a "blend".

But you most probably buy at same cost/quality philosophy of a vendor, so at least they fit general expectations.

Only if you route the main channels via a xover that covers both, the sub and the main channels there is a technical integration and good blending possible, this was usually done on speaker setups in the past, some Canton subs do have that capability where the sub feq. get filtered out for the L/R signal you take from the sub. In an old analog setup you would then put the active sub in the monitor/tape2/equalizer signal path. A passive sub with sattelites did take the full speaker out signal and only provide a filtered signal to the satellites for better overall sound from those. In both cases the mains were free of low sub signal load.
But especially in that xover and sub freq range the room acoustics can do a lot of evil.
The sub should be bought in relation to room characteristics and towards expectations of low freq capabilites and/or detail/music. The more complicated e.g. non standard rectangle closed boxed room the better you have 2 or more subs. For multiple subwoofer setups there are some good reads to find on the internet, from Geddes or Mehlau for example, they give guidance of how to choose subs and do a setup propperly. For a good integration of a sub into a given speaker setup in todays digial receiver world i recommend an Anthem ARC capable processer/receiver in case you can afford.... at least it was the only way i got satisfying results in my case, but i did go for 2 subs later non the less...

just checked the model data of Ergo 122DC. With 2x 260mm woofers do you really think you need an additional subwoofer? You better get one that has way bigger woofers and an amp to power it, the ASF75 would be too small for lower freq. and just add additional power ..... maybe you just need a more capable amp to drive these woofers...? .

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just checked the model data of Ergo 122DC. With 2x 260mm woofers do you really think you need an additional subwoofer? You better get one that has way bigger woofers and an amp to power it, the ASF75 would be too small for lower freq. and just add additional power ..... maybe you just need a more capable amp to drive these woofers...? .
Well, I guess this is part of why I posted here. Sometimes you don't really know the question.

Are you saying I probably don't need a sub-woofer at all or one should be sufficient?

I didn't really look to far into the purchase of the subwoofer when I purchased it about 15 years ago. It was more, I understand that these are supposed to be good and I probably let myself be sold on it rather than seeing if I needed it. So not a real scientific analysis of the situation.

I'm moving in about 3 weeks. I definitely plan to get a mic and use REW to get some better data. It might be that I don't really need the sub after all. Or 1 might be enough.

I don't need the sub for listening to music. But for home theater stuff it definitely adds some extra ambiance. (I like to feel the explosions, etc.)
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I'm moving in about 3 weeks. I definitely plan to get a mic and use REW to get some better data. It might be that I don't really need the sub after all. Or 1 might be enough.
I don't need the sub for listening to music. But for home theater stuff it definitely adds some extra ambiance. (I like to feel the explosions, etc.)
Via texting on the internet we can only speculate that we really understand the situation in what you think would describe it propperly.
Another room can change bass/sub behaviour dramatically because of room acoustics. There is no reason to look further into it until you have the experience with the new room. Most probably you look for subwoofer performance from 30Hz downwards, we can only guess. A Canton 650 sub - or any other 12inch and bigger of that class n quality - would be a good tool to either compensate a room mode or a lack of low freq. on your Ergo 122DCs. Depending on your expectations a good integration can be a tricky task.
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Any one here had a chance to hear the new Canton speakers?
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Any one here had a chance to hear the new Canton speakers?
There are several ones with the new Titanium woofer chassis. But i didn't get the chance yet. The new Jubilee 3 of Karat series got well received during the High-End trade fair in Munich. Rule of thumb is the Jubilee special series have an even better price performance ratio than what you would get from standard series, so it should be a no brainer in case you can get one of these limited 100 speaker pairs. (while the Karats side firing woofers may not be as good for any room setup when compared to the other floorstanders beeing front firing and downwards ventilated).
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I have GLE 490 in my HT and a 108" screen. Should these be toed-in? How far apart should I have them with that screen?

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'Your right and left speakers should form an equilateral triangle with your listening position. This means your speakers are the same distance apart from each other as they are from you.'

'There are no set guidelines for how much toe-in is required since it depends on the speakers — just use your ears. You'll know it's right when you hear it.'

You meet similar recommendations in many places, I've copy=pasted those from crutchfield
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'Your right and left speakers should form an equilateral triangle with your listening position. This means your speakers are the same distance apart from each other as they are from you.'

'There are no set guidelines for how much toe-in is required since it depends on the speakers — just use your ears. You'll know it's right when you hear it.'

You meet similar recommendations in many places, I've copy-pasted those from crutchfield.
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Respect forum members and fans of Canton speakers. I'm new here and I need help and I hope I will find her. I bought a pair of Canton RC-L loudspeakers but I got the wrong control unit with them. I got RC4 and need RC1. I wonder if anyone knows where I can find a suitable control unit if maybe someone has a schematic diagram of the same to send me so that I try to create it or modify this unit I received.

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I need to purchase a pair of the optional, black bases (pedestals) for my floor standing Canton Ergo Passiv tall speaker cabinets. These are NOT speaker stands, but a short base into which each speaker cabinet is set. The base sides are about 5 to 6 inches high. Any offers to sell or leads are appreciated.
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.... I got RC4 and need RC1...
best bet is the German ebay site. You'll find sellers and buyers most likely there...
You could also consider using another subsonic solution like this b-2-active-bass-extension-subsonic AFAIK it's the same principle...
in case you have fun reading German forums look here...
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Just joined the club with a pair of minty looking Ergo 900 DCs. I can't figure out how too remove the grills!

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