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hauntedhunter

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Hi All,

I just decided to buy a CA 340A in the process of building my first stereo setup.
I'm very very restricted on budget :(

Has anyone heard the Sonodyne Sonus 1501 ?

( Home Audio > Sonus Series )

Specs look good and the price is around 8.5K INR which is very attractive and fits my budget of 10K INR for speakers.

Please suggest.

( Any other speaker suggestion's are welcomed )

Thanks in advance
 

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Need your listening room size. For CA 340A, MS902i bookshelf speaker and wharfedale 9.1 or 9.2 bookshelf speakers will work very well and these speakers also a award winner and very good VFM.

Mordaunt Short 902i Rs.14000/-

Wharfedale Diamond 9.1 Rs.12000/- to Rs.13000/-
 
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hauntedhunter

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Thanks...

Room size is 15*15 I guess...

Choice of music : Rock ( More of classic rock stuff like Pink Floyd,Nirvana,Metallica etc. ) + Action movies + Fusion like Indian Ocean,Midieval Punditz.

Can you also mention the price of the speakers ?
 

gap g j

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Hi All,

I just decided to buy a CA 340A in the process of building my first stereo setup.
I'm very very restricted on budget :(

Has anyone heard the Sonodyne Sonus 1501 ?

( Home Audio > Sonus Series )

Specs look good and the price is around 8.5K INR which is very attractive and fits my budget of 10K INR for speakers.

Please suggest.

( Any other speaker suggestion's are welcomed )

Thanks in advance

Kindly let me know are the prices for 1 pair, thank u in advance
 

subhashis_1980

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Hi All,

I just decided to buy a CA 340A in the process of building my first stereo setup.
I'm very very restricted on budget :(

Has anyone heard the Sonodyne Sonus 1501 ?

( Home Audio > Sonus Series )

Specs look good and the price is around 8.5K INR which is very attractive and fits my budget of 10K INR for speakers.

Please suggest.

( Any other speaker suggestion's are welcomed )

Thanks in advance

its good buy
 

square_wave

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Amps and speakers from Sonodyne .
Shrill, cloudy, muddy are some the words that comes to mind.. There is a bedsheet correction a wool blanket between you and the music:mad:

I agree with Cranky. The 540A is good VFM amp. Decent.
 

hauntedhunter

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Oh noe first time I'm hearing something negative about the 340A SE,getting even more confused.

Actually my biggest problem is my budget :sad:

So how's NAD C315BEE compared to 340A SE ( I was planning to 340A SE )?
 

hauntedhunter

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Actually this will my first stereo and don't have much in-depth knowledge to avoid myself from not bagging a good deal on a used product,so looking for new stuff only.

Can I get a comparision of NAD C315BEE vs CA340A SE ?

(Choice of music : Rock , Fusion , Jazz ) (Love tight & fast bass )
 

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Thanks to all for all the info and helping me make the right choice.

I think I'll increase my budget to 20K for the amp.I can get a 540A V2 for 20K INR.How will that be ?

( Anyone heard Jamo E350 ) ?

Thanks
 

square_wave

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Thanks to all for all the info and helping me make the right choice.

I think I'll increase my budget to 20K for the amp.I can get a 540A V2 for 20K INR.How will that be ?

( Anyone heard Jamo E350 ) ?

Thanks

Go for it :)
Avoid Jamo unless you are looking at their top of the line. Go for a pair of morduant shorts or wharfedales if your budget is low.
 
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