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What is this I hear about a new top of the line speaker in the Vi8enna line-up? Anybody heard about it or listened to it?

I am looking at Vienna and Wilson sophia.
thanks
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I want to post a picture of my Mozart Grand Se's but can't possibly do them the same justice that Roda does with his most excellent pictures.Love the turntable on the floor smile.gif
I am using an Arcam Fmj A38 integrated (105w/ch) to drive my Mozart Grand Se's(cherry).I have an Arcam Fmj CD17 for cd playback as well as a Rel R-328 sub for smoothing out the sound.Here is a pic anyways.I plan on getting a Shunyata Venom PS8 power strip with Defender conditioner/surge suppressor to tidy up my wiring.
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Originally Posted by viper43 View Post

What is this I hear about a new top of the line speaker in the Vi8enna line-up? Anybody heard about it or listened to it?

I am looking at Vienna and Wilson sophia.
thanks

Well, there's the new line called the Imperial coming out. The first announced member of that line is the Liszt. But I don't think those are a new top of the line but rather a line between the Concert Grand and the Klimt/Kiss lines.
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Originally Posted by Vanessa H View Post

Hi folks, 
This is my first post here. I'm looking to build out my system to a full home theater solution.
I've currently got Mozarts as my main speakers, and am looking for a good center channel and rears to complement them.

What are your thoughts on Theatro vs Maestro for the center channel?
I've seen a few folks in this thread have Theatro.

Also, do most folks run the Waltz for their rears? Are there other choices for rears I should consider alongside the Waltz?

Thanks
Vanessa

I am using an older pair of Bachs, which I am very happy with, as my rear speakers. Fronts are Mozart Grand SE.
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Originally Posted by Vanessa H View Post

Hi folks, 
What are your thoughts on Theatro vs Maestro for the center channel?

I had the VA Center (that is literally what it's called) and upgrade to a Maestro, an older one. The Maestro is really nice.
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Thanks! I never considered using Beethovens as rears, I'll keep that in mind. Might jump from Mozarts to Beethoven's instead of getting Haydens as my rears.

 

Is there much difference in sound texture between the older VAs and their newer Grand series?

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I have a lightly used pair of Vienna Acoustic Bach in Beech and also a matching center speaker. I'd like to sell these if I can find someone interested. I also have original packaging to help with shipping. Located in Park City, UT. Email me at hr2builder at yahoo if interested. I am the original owner.

I apologize if this isn't the best place for this post. Russ
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Artur9,

Thank you. Now that you say it, Imperial Liszt was what I had heard about.

I am looking at Wilson Sophias. Anybody know how they might compare before i pull the plug?

Thanks
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Hello, I'm from Buenos Aires and I'm also from vienna imperial Liszt and wilson sophia 3 which should I choose? I own two years ago of a Beethoven concert grand, I love and want more of it! what will give me the Liszt?

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