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Has anybody else heard about the new flagship Def Tech speakers? From just a low-end bass standpoint, does anybody have any ideas on how this new def tech speaker would compare to the JBL Synthesis systems or the Velodyne HGS-18 sub? I know the def tech is a full range speaker w / a built in sub and the synthesis is a complete system, but if you could give me a low end comparison, that would be great. I am deciding between the 3 systems for my new ht. Thanks for any help.
 

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LOL. Be sure to read your post in speakers Subquestion.


I Heard about this and wrote Def Tech. This was the response I got. Look forward to hearing them

"Earlier this month, at the CES show in Las Vegas, we showed our new BP7000sc and BP7001sc towers. These two models will be our best two towers and will replace the BP3000TL and BP2000TL. Essentially, these new models will have the same midrange and tweeter sections that are used in the BP3000TLs and BP2000TLs. This will include 4 x 6.5" midranges and 2 x 1" aluminum dome tweeters. (The crossover networks used in the BP7000sc and BP7001sc are a bit different than the ones used in the BP3000TLs and BP2000TLs though.)

The real difference is in the subwoofer section......The new towers will feature our SuperCube technology. Specifically, the BP7000sc will have a 14" subwoofer and two 14" bass radiators and the BP7001sc will have a 10" subwoofer and two 10" bass radiators.

(The sound quality of the BP3000TL and BP7000sc will be quite similar though.)

The BP7000sc will have a suggested selling price of $5000.00 per pair and the BP7001sc will have a suggested selling price of $3500.00 per pair. We expect to begin shipping these new models in April 2003."
 
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