LOTTO Speakers ?

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As the title suggests Andrew...... So are they as good as they look and do they warrant the kings ransom ?
 
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Similar note... I have heard a pair of Gryphon Poseidons. They're a dual box 2 meter high active floorstander with about 17 or so drive units per channel. They were incredibly impressive, although I don't think they warranted the 170,000 euro (or similar) price tag.
 

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noogle said:
Monstrous said:
Similar note... I have heard a pair of Gryphon Poseidons.

Presumably they stay stuck to the floor if your room tips upside-down? :)

So they would be 'Lotto' but not rollover speakers?

Of course, if your room did tip upside-down, there would probably be more to worry about than what your speakers are doing!
 
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Ok i,ll go with it ! Would the sound WAVES plum new depths in the bass dept ?
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Andrew Everard said:
Much smaller than the B&W Nautili. Around a metre or so tall, IIRC.

Not really 'much' smaller, the Nautilus are only 1.2m tall.

Re: the 10hz comment. That was measured at -6db. Still incredibly impressive though, many/most subs cant even match that!
 

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Monstrous said:
Not really 'much' smaller, the Nautilus are only 1.2m tall.

Re: the 10hz comment. That was measured at -6db. Still incredibly impressive though, many/most subs cant even match that!

In which case, the Forgings speakers may be smaller than I recall: I remember they were considerably smaller than the B&Ws.

But to get back on topic, I'd possibly have a pair of these:

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