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grossi
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Wilson Audio Sophia or Kharma Ceramique 3.2?

I'll be using Teac DV-50S and an Integrated Amplifier (I don't know yet). My room is around 320 square/feet. Which speaker it'll be best with this configuration. Thank you in advance for your help.

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Re: Wilson Audio Sophia or Kharma Ceramique 3.2?

You may want to add some other important(?) info, such as: Room surfaces (hard as in no carpet or upholstered furniture), musical performance preferences, general loudness preferences, and seating distance from speaker placement.

This seating displacement issue is bothering me more and more as I find that what I perceive as the ideal "hot spot" in my room is closer to 17-18 feet back than my normal 11-12 ft seating position. This will also be determined by your speaker width placement issues. Mine is a furniture driven 7 foot width. ( The wife factor) There is a cohesion at the longer distance that is easily discernable.

Did you think this was going to be easy, as in Optometrist easy, one or two?

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Re: Wilson Audio Sophia or Kharma Ceramique 3.2?

As a former Kharma Ceramique owner, I would suggest the Kharma's. They don't get as much talk/press as Wilson, but they make a great product, and IME there are easier to set up than Wilson, but you asked two months ago. Did you already buy some new speakers???

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