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    Can anyone provide the name of a speaker (or a list), that can be driven by a Soundstage One Integrated Hybrid Tube Amp (25 wpc - Chinese knock-off)?
    Last edited by tomacco; 06-03-2007 at 08:42 PM. Reason: Left out amp power.

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    OK, here's one: Klipsch Cornwall.
    all the best,
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    Wonderful choice. I had my eye on a pair of Belle's, but the wife says .......

    Thanks for your advise!

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    Modwright SWL 9.0 SE (6Sons Audio Thunderbird PC with Oyaide 004 terminations)
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    Consonance Cyber 800 tube monoblocks (6Sons Audio Thunderbird PC's with Oyaide 004 terminations)
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    Get yourself some Audionote kit speakers. http://www.audionotekits.com/newSpkr.html

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    Third on the Klipsch. Too bright for my taste, but would work perfectly in your situation.
    Monitor Audio GR 60, GR10, GRLCR
    Velodyne HGS18
    Emotiva MMC-1
    Parasound Model 5250
    Denon DVD-3800
    Pioneer pdp-5070
    Secondary HT with B&W CDM-NTs all around and Rotel Separates (thanks Venom!)

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    Consider vintage speakers. Vintage JBLs or Advents, something from the 70s/early 80s.

    Large Advents still sound great compared to today's speakers.

    DECware also makes really good super high sensitivity speakers.

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    Don't know about the Advents......they are not very efficient since they are acoustic suspension design. I've never seen and Advent that wasn't a bit power hungry.

    If you are looking for Polk any of the vintage Monitor line 5, 7, 10's would mate nicely.

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    Pass Aleph 30; Eastern Electric Mini Max; Adcom GDA600; MIT S3/Z Pc; SDA 1C; Squeezebox; Tubes add soul!

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    Pretty much anything by Silverline Audio.
    Or if you have about a 100k floating around, an Acapella Excalibur might fit the bill at a sensitivity of 100db:D
    http://www.acapella.de/german/
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