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Topic # 230489 26-Feb-2018 14:31
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The fronts have a couple of minor dings (pictures attached) and the plastic grills are slightly damaged, but I have had them in my living room for the last 11 years and they look great (only if you get up close and personal do you notice anything). They actually look fantastic with the grills off but our children ensured this wasn't an option for us!

 

The center is in mint condition and comes with the stand shown in the picture. 

 

These three speakers are matched so will provide a fantastic front-stage for your 5.1 system - you just need a sub and two surrounds. And the fronts are immense when playing 2 channel audio. Can really punch out some volume, as long as you have a suitable amp.

 

These would have to be picked up in ChCh, far too big and bulky to ship anywhere sorry.

 

I am after $300 per speaker, or $800 for the lot. Any questions let me know, you should be able to dig up all the specs on these as Paradigm is a common/reputable branch (Canadian manufactured).

 

NOTE: The latest version of the Monitor 7s (v7) retail at $1600, and the CC-370 equivalent is around $700. 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1968519 5-Mar-2018 21:26
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Bump - if no interest I will chuck these on TradeMe.


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