06-04-2012 11:38 AM #1HDD Contributor
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Audience Announces a Pair of Crazy Expensive but Gorgeous Mark II ClairAudient Speake
You'll find eight 6" x 9 " passive radiators in these $72,000 monsters.
06-04-2012 01:31 PM #2
I have to wonder if someone who could spend that much in a pair of tower speakers wouldn't have a room big enough for a subwoofer somewhere.
Or if size is a dealbreaker, to just have some hi-quality speakers calibrated all over the place to create a "live" feeling.
I just can't see why would someone spend that much money having so many intelligent and cheaper solutions out there. But that's my white-collar set of mind.for - 54 movies / 11 games ~ Latest: GoW 3 ~ Looking forward to: BlazBlue CS
for - 9 movies / 24 games ~ Latest: all that Kinect crap ~ Looking forward to: Call of Duty Black Ops
Polaroid 2626-TLMB 26" HDTV ~ Lookong forward to upgrade to a projector, but still unsure...
Onkyo TX-SR606 w/ Polk rear and Elemental Designs front speakers & sub
06-08-2012 09:45 AM #3- 219
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