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I am definitely considering the Revolution Signature for my next upgrade, although I am considering the bookshelf and not the towers.


My only concern is some reviews which have mentioned they are finicky with respect to placement (not sure either what they meant explicitly as they were not specific, nor whether or not the concern applies to the towers).


The Revolution Signature have been highly reviewed for their musical capabilities; I think pairing them with a Rythmik sub would be a fabulous system.


But that is based on intuition, reviews and religion (as far as the Tannoys go, I own and know the Rythmiks are an excellent music sub).
 

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I am definitely considering the Revolution Signature for my next upgrade, although I am considering the bookshelf and not the towers.


My only concern is some reviews which have mentioned they are finicky with respect to placement (not sure either what they meant explicitly as they were not specific, nor whether or not the concern applies to the towers).


The Revolution Signature have been highly reviewed for their musical capabilities; I think pairing them with a Rythmik sub would be a fabulous system.


But that is based on intuition, reviews and religion (as far as the Tannoys go, I own and know the Rythmiks are an excellent music sub).

You should look also at the Eyris 1 or the Eyris 1 DC.

They sound great and are easy to place, great high and a nice mid/bass.

You can get Eyris 1 (i have 4 of then at the moment) NEW for just around 350 GBP a pair



DC models will be at least 150 GBP more.............
 

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Hi there yes I too will be upgrading or side grading depending on whose ear..

ok for me upgrading,


Well for me these dc6 will be a fantastic speaker for music and ht.

I have gone through magnepan 1.6, thin

sonus faber concertino no extended hoghs to my ear

paradigm studio 10 v5 ok but a little too extended in the highs for me.


Now I currently have the dc4 as front 2 which will be going to the back of the room as rears.


Gotta say I'm really liking them perfect blend of soft velvety extended highs ,

vocals match the sonus faber,bass is surprizing ,

but I'm also using a fantastic axiom sub ep500 .,


This is a speaker that makesyou wanna relisten to all your music collection again.


I'm just hoping the dc6 doesn't lose any speed in the floor model compared to the super quick dc4,,

and talk about rythum...

too tapping addict right now.



vince
 
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