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  1. Don't suppose anyone's compared the Devialet Phantoms with the KEF LS50, the KEF X300A or a pair of Sonos Play 5? Looking to seriously downsize my high end system for a single Phantom or a pair of something else comparable. I have a Devialet 120 from my existing setup so I should be ok to power most passive speakers. That said I'm a picky git and never stop fiddling with things, so a self imposed exile from audiophile gear towards a single box wireless speaker setup does sound very tempting.... Anyone else made the jump and come out well from it? Any recommendations on speaker models?
  2. Kef x300a

    Has anyone heard these at a show yet? From the looks of their website: Digital Music Solutions - X300A - Overview - KEF United States other models may be coming. I'd be interested to hear a desktop version with their 6-1/2 driver that may go a little deeper than these do. Price & features sure are attractive. Bill
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