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AcousticSoundDesign via Amazon has JBL Studio 580 Dual 6.5" Floorstanding Loudspeaker for $259 each. Shipping is free.

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In another league really.

Compression drivers can play extremely accurately with minimal distortion at loud volumes, accompanied by a wave guide they will provide constant directivity too. Most tweeters suck even ten degrees off axis, the JBL will sound great over a wide sweet spot AND theres a benefit of very little room interaction. Compression drivers + waveguide = very hard to engineer, but has almost no draw backs. Sometimes people say it sounds more analytical, its like the complete opposite of speaker companies who slam tweeters on the front and back of speakers to emphasize just how "airy" music can feel.

Most serious audiophiles on avs forum end up with waveguide speakers one way or another.. its inevitable, they just scientifically measure too well
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Sub just dropped from $249 to $189
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This is a fire price, right?
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This is a fire price, right?
Yes, excellent speakers and a great price @$518 a pair (As long as the feet aren't damaged in shipping, which can occur w/ the 500 towers)
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Yes, excellent speakers and a great price @$518 a pair (As long as the feet aren't damaged in shipping, which can occur w/ the 500 towers)
My 590's were shipped on a pallet, prefect condition. Dunno how they ship the smaller 580's. All around great line of speakers.
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My 590's were shipped on a pallet, prefect condition. Dunno how they ship the smaller 580's. All around great line of speakers.
Pallet shipping is always a win. My 580s we're shipped via UPS and the boxes looked okay.. but one of the speakers had a broken foot
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I would buy if I could find the center
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what's the normal price on these?
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what's the normal price on these?
Jbl says $800 each, but I'd say usually around $400 each. These should go FP at this price. Unless you're going to go DIY, I can't think of something better for the $
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what's the normal price on these?
$600 easy: https://urlhasbeenblocked/JBL-Stu...ext=search
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Seems to be an insane deal, these go for $400ea on Ebay still it seems.
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Been waiting on these for a while, thanks
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Audiophiles...how do these compare to the RBH R55ti Towers?
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Audiophiles...how do these compare to the RBH R55ti Towers?
In another league really.

Compression drivers can play extremely accurately with minimal distortion at loud volumes, accompanied by a wave guide they will provide constant directivity too. Most tweeters suck even ten degrees off axis, the JBL will sound great over a wide sweet spot AND theres a benefit of very little room interaction. Compression drivers + waveguide = very hard to engineer, but has almost no draw backs. Sometimes people say it sounds more analytical, its like the complete opposite of speaker companies who slam tweeters on the front and back of speakers to emphasize just how "airy" music can feel.

Most serious audiophiles on avs forum end up with waveguide speakers one way or another.. its inevitable, they just scientifically measure too well
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