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Well I learned a lesson today. Dealer asked me what I would spend on the CM6 S2 I told him and he said okay, I'll do it if you have cash. It was already burning a whole in my pocket, and I was bummed that my CDM1 tweeters were off getting fixed.


CM6 S2s took the place of my CDM1s today. Anyone wants some CDM1s when I get the tweeters back in them? lol.
Very nice! Congrats. The CM6 and CM10 are something special with the tweeter-on-top.

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Hi everyone
I have a problem in my 803d2, which is: when I turned off my Av8802a I hear a sound comes from twitter. It is like a sharp puff off air. It is really annoying.
Please if anyone can describe what is happening.. It would be appreciated.


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It's nothing, you just turn on/off the equipment in the wrong order

Try turning off your power amp first then your av8802a (and turn on av8802a first the power amp)

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Well I learned a lesson today. Dealer asked me what I would spend on the CM6 S2 I told him and he said okay, I'll do it if you have cash. It was already burning a whole in my pocket, and I was bummed that my CDM1 tweeters were off getting fixed.


CM6 S2s took the place of my CDM1s today. Anyone wants some CDM1s when I get the tweeters back in them? lol.
I say good lesson learned.....they look fantastic! Congrats!!
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Not sur eIf I belong to this thread or not, but I'm the proud owner of the B&W in wall speakers for y home theatre room. i believe I have the 7.4 for the LCR and the CMW 664 for the surrounds. They are powerful and pretty good for the average sized HT.
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Drivers don't make sound unless an amplifier is telling them to.

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I have a problem in my 803d2, which is: when I turned off my Av8802a I hear a sound comes from twitter. It is like a sharp puff off air. It is really annoying.
Please if anyone can describe what is happening.. It would be appreciated.


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Maybe it's not the right place for such basic stuff, but I recently bought the Zeppelin Z2, and the sound was so impressive, that I drove back and bought one more set for my bedroom
Not hifi perhaps, but lovely sound for not a big outlay..
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Long time lurker of the forum and finally decided to join today. Might as well start here.

A couple years ago a had an old pair of Klipsch KG 5.5 speakers but they finally gave out after 20 years. I replaced them with a pair of 683 S2 and an ASW 608 sub. They sound very good. Driving them with a Marantz MM7025 power amp and Marantz AV 7702 pre / pro.
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Just putting it out there that I just listed a CM Centre 2 S2 in the classifieds.


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I have B&W CM9s for the front, B&W ASW10 CMS2 10” 500W Active Subwoofer, B&W CM Centre S2 Dual 5 2-Way Center-Channel Speaker ,and B&W DS3s for the rear.
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Actually, I believe the MSRP was $7500 for the 804 Diamonds when new-way out of my price range.
Maybe one day a set of used 804's will pop up local.

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Hi Patrick....can you please recommend a 7.1 amplifer (s) for my CM10 S1/ Cm Centre2 S2 setup? Thanks so much!!
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Hi Rick334443,

Two questions:
1. Receiver or separates?
2. Rough budget.

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Hi Patrick....can you please recommend a 7.1 amplifer (s) for my CM10 S1/ Cm Centre2 S2 setup? Thanks so much!!
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yeah, I think I prefer the aesthetics of the PM1 over the 805's. However, of course I would take a new 805D3 over a PM1 any day

and I'd be very happy with a pair of 804D3's. I love Parasound Halo amp's. Here is my current set-up:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/89-spe...l#post44151234

I've got myself some PM1D2s.

They look and sound noticeably more detailed and crisp. Aesthetically the more "grey" looking diamond D2 domes look better than the more "silvery" looking aluminum domes. I love it!







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Two questions:
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2. Rough budget.

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Hi Patrick....I have a current receiver and am not really satisfied with the sound and don't feel like I am getting the full sound out of my CM10s/Centre2 S2. I am flexible as to receiver or separates (I do not listen to radio...just TV and Blu Ray for my 7.1 setup). I would like to stay under $2000. if possible, but am flexible. Thanks!
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You wouldn't likely get separates of the caliber that your speakers demand with that budget. If you could possibly up the budget to around $2500, there's the Anthem MRX720 that gets pretty close.

http://www.anthemav.com/products-cur.../page=overview

Beyond that, you may need to get over $3k.

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You wouldn't likely get separates of the caliber that your speakers demand with that budget. If you could possibly up the budget to around $2500, there's the Anthem MRX720 that gets pretty close.

http://www.anthemav.com/products-cur.../page=overview

Beyond that, you may need to get over $3k.
The Anthem MRX720 is a nice receiver. I would note that last years Anthem 710 had a toroidal transformer. The newer 720 has an EI transformer. More options open up if you consider used equipment.
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Being bored and browsing B&Ws site, I noticed the CM line and the 600 line share a lot. Same woofers, same tweeters, same nautilus tube.
Is the main difference between say a 685 and a CM5 the cabinet and crossover? I have the CM6 so I know I have the tweeter on top as well.

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Seeking the wisdom of the B&W crowd now that I'm one of you. Picking up new CM8 S2's I purchased along with a CM centre (2 S2) and ASW610. Hooking all to an Onkyo TX-NR 747 but need cables, as I have none on hand. Any recommendations for easy plug-and-play cables that will get my new speakers up and running?
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Go to: Blue Jeans Cable, best value out there unless you make you own like I do. Or I can make you some sheathed cables using the Blue Jeans Cable "locking banana plugs" and good 12 gauge 99.95% OFC cable for about $100 a pair.

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Out of curiosity, do the cable "pants" (sheaths near the connectors) help reduce unwanted noise to any great extent?

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I got today a pair of B&W 686 S2 and they are pretty nice speakers for the price. Well balanced with not to much bass but that's OK for me because I have a Rythmik Audio LVX12 to compliment the low end. This is for a bedroom setup so nothing fancy. The Denon DM39-s move really well these speakers, though.





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Out of curiosity, do the cable "pants" (sheaths near the connectors) help reduce unwanted noise to any great extent?
I don't sell snake oil, so the answer is: I don't know. I have no way to test it and/or document it. Maybe they do, probably no difference.

What they do well is...look cool. Just like the TechFlex sheathing. The Blue Jeans Cable brand locking banana plugs are functional in that they do expand the tip into the bore on the speaker's binding post and secure it from falling out, ever. I also seal every transition point with heat shrink tubing. I have TechFlex in that "gunmetal gray" and in a cool, somewhat bright green. I can do other colors but have to get a couple extra bucks to buy the materials I don't have yet.

The cables I have made (only for me and my son to this point) are just good looking, secure and work at least as good as others that don't look as good but may cost the same or more. It costs me a little less than $30 in materials for a pair of 6ft or 2m cables, plus my time and the tools I've bought to do a quality job. It's more a favor for other enthusiasts, because I won't be buying a vacation home nor a pair of Raidho D3.1's with the little I might make. There will be no website, no e-commerce, no employees, no nothing. Just a pair of speaker wires and a guy who'll replace them or refund your money if you don't like them and send them back in the same condition you got them.
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Hi Rick334443,

Another option would be to pair a multi-channel amplifier with your existing receiver. This would meet the requirements of your budget and more than likely get you a much better amplifier than the one built into your receiver. My natural bias would be to recommend a Rotel amplifier.

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Hi Patrick....I have a current receiver and am not really satisfied with the sound and don't feel like I am getting the full sound out of my CM10s/Centre2 S2. I am flexible as to receiver or separates (I do not listen to radio...just TV and Blu Ray for my 7.1 setup). I would like to stay under $2000. if possible, but am flexible. Thanks!
I'm not Patrick, but an avid B&W user for 2 decades. Keep in mind that your room plays an important part of your audio experience, so don't neglect reflection points. That being said, Emotiva amps have been powering my B&Ws for the last 6+ years, so I'm somewhat biased; however, they don't break the bank and sound just as good as anything else I've used. Prior to Emotiva I used a VTL ST-85 tube amp as well as an Acurus A200 amp to power them...

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Go to: Blue Jeans Cable, best value out there unless you make you own like I do. Or I can make you some sheathed cables using the Blue Jeans Cable "locking banana plugs" and good 12 gauge 99.95% OFC cable for about $100 a pair.

Nice cables! I have been using the Canare 4S11 cable from Bluejeans with black techflex in a bi-wired config as I lost the binding post straps to my B&Ws about 8 years ago... maybe longer. Prior to using the Canare cable, I was a Kimber Kable 8TC user... why the switch... I needed longer cabes... after the switch... zero sound difference.
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As a recent purchaser of Classé pre and power amp and B&W 802 D3s I was wondering what speaker cable preferences and/or suggestions you guys have for this brand?
I realise it's a contentious area with those who believe a cable is a cable is a cable and laying down more than 'X' bucks is simply just to further snake oil vendors.
However, all opinions welcomed.
Thanks.

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I took some better photos of the B&W PM1's that I've upgraded with D2 Diamond dome tweeters:











I really like the aesthetics better with the less silvery looking diamond tweeter. The upgrade in sound quality is immense as well. It was a relatively straightforward process of swapping them out.
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As a recent purchaser of Classé pre and power amp and B&W 802 D3s I was wondering what speaker cable preferences and/or suggestions you guys have for this brand?
I realise it's a contentious area with those who believe a cable is a cable is a cable and laying down more than 'X' bucks is simply just to further snake oil vendors.
However, all opinions welcomed.
Thanks.
It might be safer to talk politics or religion....
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