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Old 25th April 2011, 13:35   #16
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Default Re: Anyone using "JAMO" music system?

Hi all,
I know its a really old thread, but then i thought i will give it a try.
Iam planning to get myself a set of Jamo speakers.
Yet to audition them thou.
Can any Jamo owners give me review on how they perform ?

I got myself a YAMAHA RX V667, so I am looking to go for
JAMO speaker 5.1 set of = A340x4, A CEN4., SUB 300

Looking for some shops i can audition. Please pour in the details.
Thanks people.
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Old 25th April 2011, 14:13   #17
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Jamo is no longer what it used to be 5-10 years ago. They've started producing only mass market rubbish of late - nothing to write home about. If the sound appeals to your ears, please go ahead but I'd strongly suggest looking at other options.

PS: This is coming from someone who has owned a pair of E855 floorstanders and still owns a pair of E700 bookshelves.
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