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I'm looking at getting some of these. Has anyone ever used them?

http://www.theaudioinsider.com/produ...products_id/80
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I'm looking at getting some of these. Has anyone ever used them?

http://www.theaudioinsider.com/produ...products_id/80
I've never used them, but they look GREAT, which scares me because they're cheap :\\
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Swan has produced some excellent speakers in the past.

Before you buy any audio equipment you need to have a listen to them. Sure someone can tell you how great they sound but then you might listen to them and realize that they're too harsh or too boomy, etc.

Price, brand and reviews have little to do with how much you will like them. Your own ears dictate that.

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I'm looking at getting some of these. Has anyone ever used them?

http://www.theaudioinsider.com/produ...products_id/80

I would of got those speakers but my desk is too small I ended up getting AudioEngine A2's instead
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They're considered very good for desktop speakers.
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They're probably the sexiest speakers I've seen on OCN.
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Originally Posted by BlankThis View Post
Swan has produced some excellent speakers in the past.

Before you buy any audio equipment you need to have a listen to them. Sure someone can tell you how great they sound but then you might listen to them and realize that they're too harsh or too boomy, etc.

Price, brand and reviews have little to do with how much you will like them. Your own ears dictate that.

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Wise words! This has become my maxim as of late. Audition before you buy! I'm just lucky the Denon sound so very well suits my taste.
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post #8 of 20
Apparently they are really, really nice. (Although I haven't heard them.)

There are quite a few reviews around, however.

You may want to look into the Mk200IIIs though. They sound significantly better than the IIs.
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post #9 of 20
You cant go wrong with Swan's. They have great audio gear, and you need to have enough space for them. If they are at a good price, get them!
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post #10 of 20
id get them if i didnt have what i have now.
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