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Awesome sauce! Don't forget the pics......LOL!!! We all love looking at speaker porn. No really, if you don't mind take a few pics for all of us to see. I also liked the Dentons, but kept the 220's instead. Soon, I will have the 225's. Looking forward to it.


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Will do when I get a chance.You can see my Dentons on page 58 post 1726 on this thread.I bought a extra set of grilles and changed them over to black. Even though not perfect ( first time trying this) I think they turned out pretty well.
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Will do when I get a chance.You can see my Dentons on page 58 post 1726 on this thread.I bought a extra set of grilles and changed them over to black. Even though not perfect ( first time trying this) I think they turned out pretty well.
They do look great w/the black grilles. Good job. Nice touch if I do say so myself. Thanks!


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Everything downstairs where the Dentons are is black.TV,components,stands,so the gray just stood out too much.
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@Dayton10 that is certainly understandable. My OCD is really bad about things like that. In fact, the older I get the more picky I am becoming about things. Anyways, appreciate the info.


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@BluesDaddy56, @RWetmore, and @Lp85253 you guys have me wanting the Reva 2's very badly. That has totally changed my plans.

Well, they're that good! I finally have my whole system tuned just how a like it and I have been enjoying my music and TV/movie audio more than ever with the Revas. Everything is so clear, balanced and natural sounding. Just a wonderful series of speakers all the way around (save for the bi-wiring posts, which required me to spend a lot more money upgrading the jumpers, but still worth the expense and trouble!). It's just absolutely tragic that these are getting virtually no press or attention. Hopefully they'll continue to make them a few more years.


The best $1000+ expenditure/upgrade I've ever made (over $1000 because I had to spend for the jumpers in addition to the Reva-2s and Reva center).
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Well, they're that good! I finally have my whole system tuned just how a like it and I have been enjoying my music and TV/movie audio more than ever with the Revas. Everything is so clear, balanced and natural sounding. Just a wonderful series of speakers all the way around (save for the bi-wiring posts, which required me to spend a lot more money upgrading the jumpers, but still worth the expense and trouble!). It's just absolutely tragic that these are getting virtually no press or attention. Hopefully they'll continue to make them a few more years.


The best $1000+ expenditure/upgrade I've ever made (over $1000 because I had to spend for the jumpers in addition to the Reva-2s and Reva center).
And for those who may not have checked recently, Parts Connexion has them currently listed on AugioGon for even LESS than I wound up paying. You just have to risk the "no return" policy.
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I spent a lot of last weekend listening to music on my 240 towers, and I almost can't enjoy them anymore (though they're still quite good). The Revas are just better in every way. I want the Reva-4 towers so badly now! I may just have to bite the bullet and buy them. I'm so tempted.
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I spent a lot of last weekend listening to music on my 240 towers, and I almost can't enjoy them anymore (though they're still quite good). The Revas are just better in every way. I want the Reva-4 towers so badly now! I may just have to bite the bullet and buy them. I'm so tempted.
Just help you - $865 within shipping from Parts Connexion. https://www.audiogon.com/listings/li...off-full-range

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Just help you - $865 within shipping from Parts Connexion. https://www.audiogon.com/listings/li...off-full-range

Yes I know. Don't remind me!
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Well, they're that good! I finally have my whole system tuned just how a like it and I have been enjoying my music and TV/movie audio more than ever with the Revas. Everything is so clear, balanced and natural sounding. Just a wonderful series of speakers all the way around (save for the bi-wiring posts, which required me to spend a lot more money upgrading the jumpers, but still worth the expense and trouble!). It's just absolutely tragic that these are getting virtually no press or attention. Hopefully they'll continue to make them a few more years.


The best $1000+ expenditure/upgrade I've ever made (over $1000 because I had to spend for the jumpers in addition to the Reva-2s and Reva center).
Awesome sauce! Congrats on getting everything dialed in. I was just looking at a review of the Jade 3's and was watering at the mouth about them. Too bad the Jades have been discontinued. Here is the review:


https://www.stereophile.com/content/...-3-loudspeaker


Very impressive. I have no doubt that the Reva 2's are very good as well. So much so I now want a set. Thanks for the info! Feel free to post some pics. We all love those. Enjoy!


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How well do the Reva bookshelves handle bass notes? For instance, if I have a simple 2-channel system in a bedroom or dining room, would I go wanting for bass with these?

Not talking hip-hop shake the room or anything, but some jazz pieces really benefit from a bit of pronounced low-end.
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How well do the Reva bookshelves handle bass notes? For instance, if I have a simple 2-channel system in a bedroom or dining room, would I go wanting for bass with these?

Not talking hip-hop shake the room or anything, but some jazz pieces really benefit from a bit of pronounced low-end.
They're rated with a -3db at 48hz, but I will note that in my room as surround speakers, Audyssey sets the crossover at 40hz. My understanding is that Audyssey does this based on the measured -3db of the speaker.

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Specs are one thing, but the ear sometimes tells a different story. Since a few folks have them now, was wondering what the impressions were in terms of their full range.

I've been eyeing the white Revas for some time now, but was always afraid they were engineered with a sub in mind.
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Specs are one thing, but the ear sometimes tells a different story. Since a few folks have them now, was wondering what the impressions were in terms of their full range.

I've been eyeing the white Revas for some time now, but was always afraid they were engineered with a sub in mind.

They're not full range, so yes if you want full range then you'll need a sub. I would say the specs are accurate in that they hit about 48Hz at the lowest. Maybe a tad lower, but not near full range which generally would need to hit at least 40Hz.
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As long as they do hit around 45Hz, I think that should be fine. I don't expect 35Hz out of a small bookshelf, but I've heard several that are 60Hz or more that definitely sound like they are missing something. High 40's should cover most music and still have some rich lows.
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As long as they do hit around 45Hz, I think that should be fine. I don't expect 35Hz out of a small bookshelf, but I've heard several that are 60Hz or more that definitely sound like they are missing something. High 40's should cover most music and still have some rich lows.

I'd say the lowest they hit is 46Hz. It's only a just under 5" driver, so you can't expect much more than this. It's already quite a bit lower than most 5" drivers hit, which indicates how good the driver actually is.


Unfortunately, there is no Reva-2.5, which would/could have used the near 6" driver found in the Reva-4 towers. That would probably hit 40Hz and be more comparable to the Diamond 225's bass output.
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I suggest you assume they don't hit below 48Hz, and if that is falling a tad short of what you want then it's probably best to not buy them.
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Looking at getting a pair of Reva 2, 3 or 4s. Need some advice.

So I found a really great deal on some Revas but wanted to ask some questions from the experts here.

Ok I would like to do a 2 channel music listing room. For the moment it may have to go into the HT room but eventually will go into it's own room.

Rooms are not big but will be moving in the next few years so not sure.

Mostly listen to Soundtracks, classical, jazz with a little bit of rock and country.

So for 2 channel music what would you pick?

Since some of you have these speakers I'm sure what's your advice??

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I spent a lot of last weekend listening to music on my 240 towers, and I almost can't enjoy them anymore (though they're still quite good). The Revas are just better in every way. I want the Reva-4 towers so badly now! I may just have to bite the bullet and buy them. I'm so tempted.
Well so much for the great deal on reva 4s. I like the twos so much decided to go for the fours. Got on audiogon this morning to buy and they are no longer on there. Went to their website and the same thing. Oh well, as the old saying goes you snooze you lose.
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Just help you - $865 within shipping from Parts Connexion. https://www.audiogon.com/listings/li...off-full-range

Why so cheap?
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Why so cheap?
My guess is they're open box returns and the vendor wants to move them. No Reva-4s up on Audiogon at the moment, so I'm guessing they've moved all they had out. Still some 2s and 3s.

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I was this close of buying the WF Diamond 11.2 & the 11.CS. These were costing me around 250 Euro & 220 respectivley.

However i found a deal for the WF Crystal 4.3 towers with complete system with 4.1 surround & 4.1 C, for 330 Euro.

Really confused as I have no way of listening to them. My usage is Movies & gaming. Any suggestions ?

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However i found a deal for the WF Crystal 4.3 towers with complete system with 4.1 surround & 4.1 C, for 330 Euro.
Really confused as I have no way of listening to them. My usage is Movies & gaming. Any suggestions ?
I've auditioned the Crystal 4.2's and the previous two Diamond lines, the 10.1, 10.2, 220, and 225. I would easily take any of the Diamonds over the Crystals, but I haven't heard the newest 11-series. I don't know how much that helps.
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I was this close of buying the WF Diamond 11.2 & the 11.CS. These were costing me around 250 Euro & 220 respectivley.

However i found a deal for the WF Crystal 4.3 towers with complete system with 4.1 surround & 4.1 C, for 330 Euro.

Really confused as I have no way of listening to them. My usage is Movies & gaming. Any suggestions ?

Thanks.
Diamond 11.2 are bookshelf speakers, Crystal 4.3 are towers.
Diamond 11.2 is about quality, Crystal 4.3 is about power, on the budget.

I have the Crystal 4.1 surrounds & the 4C, very good speakers for their size and price, the 4C goes down to 40Hz and the 4.1 goes down to 60Hz.

If you can, go for the Diamond 11.2 for the main fronts, and Crystal 4.1 surrounds & the 4C/11.CS for the rest of the speakers. This way you can have quality and also you can stay in your budget.

I have combined Diamond's 225 for the fronts and Crystal 4.1 surrounds & the 4C for the rest, including on-ceiling Atmos, and I am very pleased how they sound in my living room! I cannot state enough how good the Crystal's sound for their price!
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Diamond 11.2 are bookshelf speakers, Crystal 4.3 are towers.
Diamond 11.2 is about quality, Crystal 4.3 is about power, on the budget.

I have the Crystal 4.1 surrounds & the 4C, very good speakers for their size and price, the 4C goes down to 40Hz and the 4.1 goes down to 60Hz.

If you can, go for the Diamond 11.2 for the main fronts, and Crystal 4.1 surrounds & the 4C/11.CS for the rest of the speakers. This way you can have quality and also you can stay in your budget.

I have combined Diamond's 225 for the fronts and Crystal 4.1 surrounds & the 4C for the rest, including on-ceiling Atmos, and I am very pleased how they sound in my living room! I cannot state enough how good the Crystal's sound for their price!
Thanks for the reply.

My intention was to start with a 3.1 setup & gradually upgrade to a 5.1.2.

I was in fact buying the WF Diamond 11.2 as front (for now) with the 11.CS as center. Later on, I would have moved the 11.2 to surround & got myself towers.

The deal that I'm getting is a package, with Crystal 4.3 & the 4.1 surround & 4.1 center.

Looking at what you just said, I believe I have 2 options now,

1. Stick to 11.2 & 11.CS, buy surround speakers later on as 11.2 can be front BS speakers for a medium size room.

or

2. Get the Crystal 4.3 bundle package deal, but in this case I compromise on the quality.
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1. Stick to 11.2 & 11.CS, buy surround speakers later on as 11.2 can be front BS speakers for a medium size room.
Option 1 is better, fronts are more important, you can add surrounds later.
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Option 1 is better, fronts are more important, you can add surrounds later.
Alright, thank you ! I will buy the 11.2 & 11.CS for now.

After couple of months surrounds will be added.
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Option 1 is better, fronts are more important, you can add surrounds later.
I concur.
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Bought the 11.2 Diamond

Now buying the 11.CS & searching for a Sub !
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Bought the 11.2 Diamond



Now buying the 11.CS & searching for a Sub !


Nice! I own a pair of 10.2s along with the 10.CS. I’m using my old Energy S10.3 subwoofer with them and am plenty happy.

There’s a ton of quality options out there, so go have fun with picking one out.


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