If you can compare the 60's plus sub (any sub) side by side with the 100s it would probably be worth your trouble. I picked the 60s because of space and budget. But when I auditioned them, the 60's sounded like $1500 speakers and the 100s sounded like they could compete with just about anything. It wasn't just the bass output that was different. I would guess it has to do with midrange dispersion. Anyway, I like my 60s, but I would pick the 100s today if I wasn't using them in the living room.
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2/11/07 at 9:28am