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    Sep 19, 2002 8:29 A.M. SUMMERVILLE, SC, US OUT FOR DELIVERY

    My 'new' B&W 601 S2's are OUT FOR DELIVERY......man, I can't wait to get home tonight! My pants are going crazy!!!

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    Good for you. Just remember....NO ROCK music.....;)
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    Don't worry nascarmann, I sent the sesame street theme on LP, he should be just fine.....
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    I hear ya Russman....had me worried there...
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    Not that anyone but myself, Russ and nascarmann care....but:

    BEEMERS are in the house! I'm stoked........Ima spend some quality time with 'em this weekend. A review will be forthcoming.

    My public thanks to Russ, what a guy, I can't say enough about him, he really came through on this one.

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    My public thanks to Russ, what a guy, I can't say enough about him, he really came through on this one.
    Why is it we only here about these deals after the fact.....
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    Originally posted by nascarmann


    Why is it we only here about these deals after the fact.....
    A pawn shop down the street has some B&W DM602 S3 speaks for sale (black), in pretty good shape - only around $300 I think.

    They also have some Polk RT400's in really good shape, for around $250 I think.

    I might pick up the B&W's just for fun... hehe :)

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    Originally posted by nascarmann


    Why is it we only here about these deals after the fact.....
    the same question to you : why is it you only wipe your ass after you ****.... :D

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    why is it you only wipe your ass after you ****
    I don't!

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    heh, heh, heh......


    Well, Russ and I have quite a gear swapping ring going. It started with a pair of Sansui speaks that I swapped him for the Dave. Then I swapped him a Yammie C-40 preamp for a Fisher Integrated. Then I sent him a pair of RT7's and he sent me the beemers.

    We sorta have this hippy gear community property thing going on. So, anything that we have to liquidate, pretty much the other has first dibs on.

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    TroyD,
    Quit screwing around and get some Lsi15's!!
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    So you're the one that ended up with my Yamie now? cool!!!:)

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    LSi's are on the list..........but they are a little pricey right now. Figure 1500 for a pair of LSi15's, shoot, that's TWICE what I got in my whole 2ch rig, amps and all!

    Actually Pete, Russ ended up with your pre, but I'm sure I will be having it back at some point.


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    So when will the review be in?

    Id like to read your take on the way B&W does things.I like the real big soundstage.
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    what would be the list on the 601 and what if any polk speaker would be as good as the 601
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    what if any polk speaker would be as good as the 601
    Here are a few:
    SDA SRS
    SDA SRS 1.2
    SDA SRS 1.2TL
    SDA SRS 2.3
    SDA SRS 2.3TL
    SDA 1C
    SDA 1B
    SDA SRS 2
    SDA CRS+
    SDA CRS
    RT3000
    Monitor 10B
    LS90
    LS70
    RT16
    LSi25
    LSi15
    LSi9

    Just to name a few.......

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    More on par, as far as design, RT7/RT5, RT35(i), RTi38, Monitor 5.

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    Were there any LS shelf models? I can't think of one....
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    Nascarmann, Ive listened to the 10B's you sold to Karl and my opinion is........

    Effin Great sound Mann, across the board!

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    I agree....one of the best for the money there is. IMO of course.

    Did he get stands yet?
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    Review will be forthcoming soon, as far as comparable model with Polk, it would be the RT5 or RT35(i). All sport a 1" tweet and 6.5" midbass, similar size cabinet.

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    Not yet I believe... the Wife halted his pursuit for now but I think he's got the long term bug. Karl has been on the road since Thursday but I'll tie off with him come Monday.

    What type of Stands would be good for the 10b's? They would have to be pretty robust I would think?

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    The stands we use are about 8"-10" high and tilt the speaker upwards slightly....
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    are they home made or store bought? any advice on availability and price?
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    Check these out. They can be had cheap and will work just fine.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=1381507960
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    Looks good, I'll let Karl now Monday but may not be enough time...
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    You better bid on them for him. These are exactly what he needs. You/he can't go wrong with a $20.00 bid...;)
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    OK, Nascarmann I hope you know you are responsible for my very FIRST EBAY BID.

    MY CHERRY IS GONE FOREVER! Waite... did that happen in South Korea????? ahh man that was toooo many beers ago.

    This is fun!
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    Good for you. Hope you/he doesn't get out bid. The Monitor 10B's NEED stands...
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    I figure if he does not want them I'll try them with my 8T's. I'm using them now for my surround rears. A little height won't hurt but I think they sound good in a 7 channel Stereo while in the kitchen or on the deck.

    I guess I should explain a little.

    The great room is both a Living room and dining room with the kitchen attached with a big bay to look into the great room from the kitchen. The dining room has a sliding glass door oposite the kitchen and when on the deck the 7 channel is great because I don't have to pump the volume up so loud that you can't talk in the living room. Seems ta work ok I guess????
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