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The best going speakers with Yamaha AV receivers

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Hi,

Can you guys tell me which is the best going floorstanders with this yamaha model - Yamaha RX-V465?
Budget is around 25 - 30 K

(what about Jamo s718 or Mission m35i for this?)
 

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Hi,

Can you guys tell me which is the best going floorstanders with this yamaha model - Yamaha RX-V465?
Budget is around 25 - 30 K

(what about Jamo s718 or Mission m35i for this?)

go for wharfedale 9.5/9.6 - sound sweet with the yamaha.

another is the mission m34/35 - but my opinion would be stick to wharfedale.

EDIT: Stay away from the jamo s718/ s606. In order of pref with yamaha and the speakers you have chosen, wharfedale 9.6~mission m35>wharfedale 9.5>mission m34>>>>> jamo 718>>>>>>s606
 
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go for wharfedale 9.5/9.6 - sound sweet with the yamaha.

another is the mission m34/35 - but my opinion would be stick to wharfedale.

EDIT: Stay away from the jamo s718/ s606. In order of pref with yamaha and the speakers you have chosen, wharfedale 9.6~mission m35>wharfedale 9.5>mission m34>>>>> jamo 718>>>>>>s606

so many brands to choose... so many suggestions... i am confused... :rolleyes:

till this time i have almost fixed my mind on Jamo S718 or C405.. but now i think i need to seriously consider warfedale and morduant short also.. :)

by the way one quick note - i dont like the midrange that much..
 

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Also one more thing..

everybody praises monitor audio br5 and br6. Is it really really the best? how much do they cost in bangalore?
 

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so many brands to choose... so many suggestions... i am confused... :rolleyes:
welcome to the hifi world - audition and decide :yahoo:

till this time i have almost fixed my mind on Jamo S718 or C405.. but now i think i need to seriously consider warfedale and morduant short also.. :)

c405 is a decent option over the 606 anyday. decide between the 718 and 405 as per your linking.

by the way one quick note - i dont like the midrange that much..
80% of the music lies in that range - if you like emphasis over highs and lows, go for polk - you will have fun with your yamaha avr. Even mission would be a very good bet - sounds sweet albeit a little bright ie. as per your liking
 

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welcome to the hifi world - audition and decide :yahoo:



c405 is a decent option over the 606 anyday. decide between the 718 and 405 as per your linking.


80% of the music lies in that range - if you like emphasis over highs and lows, go for polk - you will have fun with your yamaha avr. Even mission would be a very good bet - sounds sweet albeit a little bright ie. as per your liking

great!.. thanks suprateep.. you are such a great support!
 

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If you want a softer Mid range and sweet Hi freq select The Mission M34i . The Wharfedales are good VFM Products and the Top end in Jamo is good , but this 405 , 606 are not a class leaders. But listen to every thing before you buy.
 

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If you want a softer Mid range and sweet Hi freq select The Mission M34i . The Wharfedales are good VFM Products and the Top end in Jamo is good , but this 405 , 606 are not a class leaders. But listen to every thing before you buy.

sure.. i will consider your suggestions.. thanks..

but one more thing.. i really want to add - that i love/need deep solid bass.. with zero booming..
 

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sure.. i will consider your suggestions.. thanks..

but one more thing.. i really want to add - that i love/need deep solid bass.. with zero booming..

Hi Hari

Whats your room size., The best way to bring out the extra low end bass in a Receiver is to add a Sub woofer. If you want all the bass from the Front speakers then definitely there will be some distortion and may be some boom :)
 

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Hi Hari

Whats your room size., The best way to bring out the extra low end bass in a Receiver is to add a Sub woofer. If you want all the bass from the Front speakers then definitely there will be some distortion and may be some boom :)

my room size is approx. 12ft x 25 ft
 

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Hi,

The Yammies are supposed to be bright. So as the popular notion goes laid back speakers match with them. Wharfies may suit yamaha AVR very well.

cheers,
sri
 

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In the bass heft department, the Diamond 9.6 was very hard to beat. I dont know how the 10.6 performs. But with the 9.6 you could safely enjoy music even without a subwoofer.

But do audition them. My definition of 'enough' bass may not be the same as yours.

The 9.6 was a very decent speaker - priced very well too. However at that budget I did like the Acoustic Energy Neo 3 a little bit better - for their lovely, warm voicing.
 
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