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The KEF Cresta's were great little standmount speakers. Not massively powerful, but gave out a great sound IMO
I had them partnered with an Arcam Alpha 6 amp and CDP and never had any issues with them at all.
The other 2 I don't know anything about, sorry
What's your budget and where in the world are you?
IIRC the Leak isn't very powerful, so the easier the speaker is to drive the better. Have you considered the likes of Wharfedale Diamond 9.1s or similar?
I bought a length of this and terminated some for the AV system, but promptly moved it all around again and couldn’t be bothered to do it all again, so these ended up in the cable pile. Audioquest Rocket 11, bi-wire configuration. Gold-plated bananas at amp end and speaker treble, silver bananas at speaker bass end. This was obviously done because silver is ideal for bass and gold for treble. Alternatively, because this was what I had in the parts box at the time. Either way, all the connections
You could have created a topic as a Poll but I'm guessing producing an exhaustive list of brands would have been ... well ... pretty exhausting.
Just because someone mentions a brand a lot of times doesn't make it a popular choice. I must have heard more about Dr Sean Jacobs' power supplies more than any other piece of equipment recently. But I suspect only one, possibly two people actually have one ...
Hello everyone, good to be here and to get to know the community:)
I'd like to introduce some q regarding bookshelf speakers i've been meaning to get
I'm running an English 'Leak stereo 30 plus' looking to pair it with some nice bookshelf speakers for a small-medium size room to complete a nice round warm sound.
edit: the leak stereo30 plus is quite weak, ~10watts
I came across 3 main competitors and I'd like to hear your opinions on the better match;
1. kef cresta 1