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Discussion in 'Infinity Loudspeakers' started by Army, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Army

    Army Addicted Member

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  2. budgetaudio6

    budgetaudio6 Addicted Member

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    cool thanks army, should be fun reading. tho i dont have the more desireable infinitys. i do like their sound.
     
  3. sugarshack

    sugarshack my favorite beer is free

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    Before HK got ahold of Infinity..these speakers not only sounded great, they had some of the best lines...beautiful looking...just one mans opinion

    BTY: I own 8 pairs and still wanting more...wife hates it though..
     
  4. dddirtman

    dddirtman New Member

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    i feel the wife thing,i have always been a panel guy(magnepan,accustat)
    but i have heard many rs speakers and now I'm converted...
    love my rsIIIb's..
    the top end is almost as good as the ribbons on my maggies(IIIb)..
     
  5. Bkphoto

    Bkphoto Super Member

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    I have IIIA's, as much as I love them I think that midrange dome get overwhelmed at higher levels...
     
  6. Seppo

    Seppo Work in progress

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  7. I agree, since all these Infinity models are the same mid-range dome and EMIT tweeter configuration, all the difference is in the bass, the woofers. The RS 4A/B model about maxed out the mid and tweeter in these. The RS 5 model is a bit under bass, but is a great HT speaker! The RS 6B does well with a single 8" woofer and the RS 5B about maxes out the bass to mid-high ratio for these. RS 7 uses a cone mid-range and the higher numbers were two-way speakers.

    The RS 2A/B and all RS 1 speaker are another speaker altogether.
     

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