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Alegria Audio Ling Bookshelf

 

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Username: Dion

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Registered: Feb-05
Has anyone had a chance to hear these? They seem like they would be good for the price.
http://www.us.alegriaaudio.com/Ling.htm
 

Ed S
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awesome sound quality.
I never realised that speakers this size would produce that much quality sound
 

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Username: Casino

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Registered: Feb-05
I own three of the Ling and three of the Ling single. I am using them in my Home Theater with a down firing Adire DPL12 transmission line Sub. I can tell you first hand the Ling are a bargain. They are unbelievable clear and do an outstanding job in a surround sound setting. In the movie "Ronin" you can hear the gravel spraying the cars during the car chase. They definitely add a level of realism to the listening experience. Even when playing without the sub the provide amazing base for a four inch driver.
 

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Username: Timn8ter

Seattle, WA USA

Post Number: 125
Registered: Dec-03
Thanks Chris. I'm glad you're enjoying your setup.
 

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Username: Dion

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Registered: Feb-05
I read review of Klipsch bookshelf. How do you think it compares?
 

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Username: Timn8ter

Seattle, WA USA

Post Number: 130
Registered: Dec-03
Which model?
 

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Username: Dion

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Registered: Feb-05
RB-75 or RP-5
 

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Username: Timn8ter

Seattle, WA USA

Post Number: 131
Registered: Dec-03
The thing I've noticed about Klipsch is that they seem to have a frequency response dip in the mid-range which is the most critical area as human hearing is the most sensitive there. I suppose this is better than a peak. The RP-5 has a dip at 3kHz which gives it a "nasily" quality. The RB-75 has a huge dip at 3.5kHz. I don't know if Klipsch does this on purpose or what. The Ling speakers systems are "flat" throughout the mid-band with a slight rise at 10kHz. At this high of a frequency where hearing is less sensitive the rise is welcome as it gives the listener the impression of more "detail" and "ambience" but is not fatiguing. Of course, we're comparing $400/pr. for the Ling to $1200/pr. for the Klipsch.
 

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Username: Dion

Post Number: 5
Registered: Feb-05
Thank you. That is looking like a deal for me.
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