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    Loved 4313B but... what if replace them with Studio 580

    Hi there,

    I know that I can get Studio 580 for much cheaper than I can sell my 4313B (CCed' and custom 035Ti + original 066). That money will be more than welcome these days (sigh). As some of you here may have heard both; so do you think I won't loose too much or (why not?) gain some SQ? I really love the 4313B as very coherent and good everywhere (bottom to top), no flaws to my hear.
    So what do you think of that "survival strategy" which almost means I won't be able to easily find any (if at all) cheap 4313B again? Or maybe another cheap secret speakers for same/better sound even being not a JBL? I know L line is nice but not sold here...

    Thanks,
    Matthieu

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    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...l=1#post358878

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    I don’t have any personal experience with either speaker… have you read this thread?

    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbullet...udio-590/page2


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    Thanks Widget,
    I guess 530/590 share most design but the bass dept. Will broaden my search with that in mind.

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