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    American member in german HiFi-Forum

    An american? member in the german HiFi-Forum whants to buy german Canton or Magnat speakers in the USA.
    I said he should buy old JBL, Altec, Klipsch.... speakers in the USA.
    Is it ok ??

    Eckhard

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    Quote Originally Posted by paragon
    An american? member in the german HiFi-Forum whants to buy german Canton or Magnat speakers in the USA.
    I said he should buy old JBL, Altec, Klipsch.... speakers in the USA.
    Is it ok ??

    Eckhard
    He think's he's buying a piece of Switzerland. That's wy he likes Canton. By the way the new products of canton sound pretty nice. Magnat however ......... well let the dogs decide.

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    If he wants Magnat, he needs to find a pair of Dahlquist DQM-9s. IME, that's about the best-executed Magnet-driver-based system I've encountered.

    Though, if he likes that, he would probably like a JBL 4312 as well. IMHO, very similar dynamic characteristics...

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    Gordon.

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