Hello, I've decided on the Wharfedale Diamond 225 ($300 new) for my desktop PC nearfield setup thanks to the people here in AVS forum. Since I'm going to make a lot of purchases soon, I've decided to wait a few weeks before I get them. However I just found someone selling a pair for Polk LSI7...
I have finally taken some concrete steps into putting together a great sounding, IMHO, Music/HT system with components chosen based on quality and performance first. There is a definite budget for this setup though.
So far I have purchased: Wharfedale Diamond 225 (Fronts)...
I recently purchased a Wharfedale 5.1 setup (D220, D220c, D210 for rears, D8, Yamaha RXA550) and I'm loving it so far. I've been playing around with the positioning of the speakers and due to the size of my room and my TV stand the L/R and centre speakers are about a foot and half lower...
I currently have a Bic V-80 sub at home, paired with diamond 10.1 bookshelf speakers. sounds nice to me as is. Wondering if the Diamond 10.sx sub would be enough of an upgrade to warrant $200.
use mostly for music.
Greetings all. Another d*mn nubie here looking for advice.
You are busy, so let’s get right to it. Here is thesituation, I received an older (but unused) Yamaha RX-V1700 receiver from pops.Great! Convinced wife that we NEED to get speakers. Done. Budget is 2k(although I could take a little from...
Hi all, new to the forum and need some advice that hasn't been provided by either Yamaha OR Wharfedale.
I recently bought a pair of Warfedale diamond 9.1's and they sound fantastic however i'm only using a weak amp.
I'm in the market for a new amp somewhere in the region of £150-200...
I'm thinking of getting new speakers for myself.
I'm thinking of getting the Wharfedale Diamond 10.1's or the cheap Pioneer SP-FS52-LR's.
I will mostly listen to music and I might hook it up to my TV.
I listen mostly to hip-hop/rap and R&B and jazz and sometimes rock so basically all genres...