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Old 08-08-2009   #13
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I too am a Paradigm owner and fan but you must do yourself a favor and check out the Outlaw Audio LCR speakers. They will blow you away...
Well I already bought the Paradigms & am very happy with them.
Outlaw has a neat distribution method that can save the customer money but, unfortunately that means it is very difficult to audition them.
The brands I did audition include, Focal, B&W, Klipsch, RBH, speakercraft, McIntosh, Velodyne & Sonance.
While most of what I listened to sounded great, the bang for the buck factor of the Paradigm Studio series put them at the top of the list.
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Well I already bought the Paradigms & am very happy with them.
Outlaw has a neat distribution method that can save the customer money but, unfortunately that means it is very difficult to audition them.
The brands I did audition include, Focal, B&W, Klipsch, RBH, speakercraft, McIntosh, Velodyne & Sonance.
While most of what I listened to sounded great, the bang for the buck factor of the Paradigm Studio series put them at the top of the list.
Good choice. I'm sure you will be happy with them for years to come...
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