2CH - Magnepan MGIIIA's, Parasound HCA1200 MKII, Dared SL 2000A, Douglas Connection IC's and Cables, Peachtree Audio DAC-IT, Denon DVD-2910
Main HT - Adcom GFA7400, Rti70, Csi40, Rti28, Onkyo TX-SR705, Sony BDP-S1000ES, Signal Cable Analog 2 IC's, Mitsubishi 65" DLP, M&K 1250 THX Sub, Knu Koncepts cables
Mini HT - Samsung 46" 3D TV + 3D Blu ray player, HK AVR 254, Rti8's
Work of art, how do you like them thus far? How would you compare them to your last speaker? Very nice pics bro.
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I can tell you that for the money and even twice the price they are hard to beat. They are very nice sounding. Congrats. What did they replace? and what are you powering them with?
Just noticed that is a nice water bong in the 1st pic :D, it really brings out the detail in the sound dosen't it? :D
Musicly they are a big step up from my RTi12's. They can produce so much more clarity and depth, A more natural sound you could say. In movies there range is perfect in every sense. These guys can get low and bass just pours out of them and at the same time the nautilus tweeter gives itself a workout. Also Now I can say I own B&W's!!!! I Love the FST also.
Yes other way around.
Beautiful speakers... What happened to your RTi 12's?
Yamaha RX-V2600 Receiver
Adcom GFA-555 Amp
Theater Director Power Conditioner
Viewsonic PJ503D DLP Projector
Fronts: Polk RTi 12
Center: Polk CSi 5
Side surrounds: Polk RTi 6
Rear surrounds: TBD
Sub: Polk PSW10
Sony PS2 Slim modded
I like these speakers, I normally do not like B&W, but these look great. What is the rest of your system... those are demanding speakers. They look great though. I like the logo accent on the tweeter baffle. They look quite refined, and probably very expensive... that is a compliment.
Last edited by Yashu; 12-31-2007 at 06:38 AM.
Congrats. I had a similar experience when I upgraded from my Polk RT16's to the B&W CDM7NT's. Much more clarity, depth and speed. Make sure you are running a very good amp on the 683's, because the FST woofer eats a lot of power and can dip low in ohms when pushed. Having no rubber surround makes the driver react faster and clearer without bloat, but it takes some juice to get there. Enjoy.
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Mains: Anthony Gallo Reference 3.1
Preamp: Modwright SWL9.0SE
Amps: Butler TBD2250, PS Audio Trio
PrePro: Cary Cinema 6, Outlaw 990
DAC: Benchmark DAC1
Universal Player: Denon 2900
Cables: StraightWire Encore II, Kimber Hero, Audioquest Type 4, CV-8, Columbia DBS
Power Conditioner: Belkin PF60
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