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    Re: From Sonus faber to Magico

    I loved my Strads too, but I feel the same way about my Duo XD. I could only imagine how great your system sounds. There is so much wonderful gear available now and so many ways of enjoying music that it amazes me. I love falling into beautiful music at the end of a long day. It makes life better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gene View Post
    I really loved my Strads. They served me well for over seven years.
    I hope whomever gets the pleasure of using them will love and cherish them like i did.
    However..somewhat to my amazement and surprise the very moment I heard the S7's in my system ...I forgot all about them.
    I had made the right decision and it was definitely the right time to move on.
    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeinid View Post
    I loved my Strads too, but I feel the same way about my Duo XD. I could only imagine how great your system sounds. There is so much wonderful gear available now and so many ways of enjoying music that it amazes me. I love falling into beautiful music at the end of a long day. It makes life better.

    You are so right about that, Joe. Music feeds the most important part of us all... the soul
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    Re: From Sonus faber to Magico

    Amen Gene.
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    Re: From Sonus faber to Magico

    Quote Originally Posted by Gene View Post
    I really loved my Strads. They served me well for over seven years.
    I hope whomever gets the pleasure of using them will love and cherish them like i did.
    However..somewhat to my amazement and surprise the very moment I heard the S7's in my system ...I forgot all about them.
    I had made the right decision and it was definitely the right time to move on.
    Congrats on your S7. May I ask what are your room dimensions? Many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashandger View Post
    Congrats on your S7. May I ask what are your room dimensions? Many thanks
    Thanks, I'm very pleased with them. My room is 25'L x 15'W x 8'H
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene View Post
    Thanks, I'm very pleased with them. My room is 25'L x 15'W x 8'H
    Great, many thanks for the feedback. Guessing the bass in not overloading the room? Enjoy your wonderful new speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashandger View Post
    Great, many thanks for the feedback. Guessing the bass in not overloading the room? Enjoy your wonderful new speakers.
    You're quite welcome and thanks! The bass response from the S7's is extraordinary and works without issues in my room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene View Post
    You're quite welcome and thanks! The bass response from the S7's is extraordinary and works without issues in my room.
    Excellent! Many thanks for the feedback. Happy listening.

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    http://www.audiodrom.net/en/floorsta.../263-magico-s7

    This is pretty cool site, looks like his highest score!

 

 
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