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Hi Letsav...

My speakers have been the same for over 20 years.  I won a pair of Rogers Studio 3 from Hi Fi World Magazine around 1995 ish.  They are a small infinite baffle design, based on the classic BBC LS3-5/A, which was originally intended as a near field studio monitor.  I run them with Rogers AB3 'Auxiliary Bass Units', which Andy Whittle (Rogers' designer) kindly made for me.  So, what they amount to is a small floorstanding speaker.. but a very high quality one.  They don't do 'seismic' bass, but they go respectably deep, and they really score on stereo imaging, very fast response to things such as Ashkenazy playing the old piano, and  very good tonal accuracy.  I've found nothing to replace them in my room.

 

 

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Until I saw the Comet speakers I thought I might have sold you that system in the 70's lol. I used to work at Laskys on lower parliament st, next door to the Miltons Head pub and the Golden Egg cafe.

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Hi Letsav... My speakers have been the same for over 20 years.  I won a pair of Rogers Studio 3 from Hi Fi World Magazine around 1995 ish.  They are a small infinite baffle design, based on the c

Oh dear.  Not a good way to find out.

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