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Audio Pro Audiopro A3.20LIVE
3 Reviews
rating  4.67 of 5
MSRP 
Description: 2- Way ported tower speaker. 2*5½ and 1*dome tweeter


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Magnus Ericsson a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: October 31, 2001

Bottom Line:   
I have used these ones for my home cinema for over a year now.. And the cinematic sound is truly grEAT! My system is built with four 3.20's, a 3.14 center (i believe) and a subwoofer.. This complete system is called Live4.

It is suitable in rooms up to middle size.. no big cinema! (then get jamo high-end-stuff).. I love the sound of classical music, soul, rock and movies but now I have chosen to buy me a pair of Jamo's X570 so I can listen to heavy dance too.. Even though Live4 gives me very deep bass through the sub, it doesn't pet my chest...

I paid $1150 for the complete Live4

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2000

Price Paid:    $170.00

Purchased At:   Don't remember



Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Hank a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: February 23, 2000

Bottom Line:   
Speakers can never be judged by reviews you have to make up your own mind... but PLEASE try these and enjoy my review on these speakers.


A3.20 live is also available as a complete dolby surround/digital set, I review it all here.
4*A3.20
1*A3.8
1 SUB B1.39


Hmm, this is the first complete system that I own,
Before these I used SONYS SS-176E a very nice speaker indeed... but I needed something extra to go with my DVD-player and Dolby Digital sound.
If you like me own a DVD player and have 5.1 sound... your old speakers just doesnt
do the trick.
There are a few drawbacks though, first of all
you have full-size speakers both front and back... WIFES anyone? secondly they cannot be bi-wired and do not use spikes, apart from this and the BASS (If you doesnt have a Sub) there isnot much to complain about.

The speakers delivers a very clear and detailed sound with perfect sync. the SUB that I have (B1.39) gives you the
"Iron Mike" punch... it actually blows you away!
On music the system is alert and sounds very good, with very very nice details.
Of course there is diff. music types me for example listening to Heavy metal finds this system very good except from the SUB that can de a bit sluggish from time to time compared to the very ALERT A3.20, but of course Heavy metal
goes 110 MPH !!!
Firstly this system is made for film... VHS/VCD/DVD you name it movies on this system is a thrill, everything works together like a family (nice ehh!)

If you like movies and are buying a system both for MUSIC and MOVIES this is it!!!
Dont go wandering around for a much more xpensive system give this one a try... and for the price your paying... bargain! NO!
GIVEAWAY!

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Used product for:   3 months to 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   1999



Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Anonymous Wanker a an Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: February 2, 1999

Bottom Line:   
The first impression of my Beech-finished a3.20live was "wow what a stereoimage" After tuning into the strange coloration of these speakers, I thought that hmm... these speakers would be nice if I'd get a sub with them.. Because for my taste it really didn't give enough bass. Then I thought that something was wrong when I plugged in my Velodyne and there was a significant gap between sub-area and midbass... I found out that my "copy" of these speakers were somehow broken... I changed them and whoa! No coloration, great bass (for only 6.5" bass-element, it really sounded like 12" in a positive way). Yello sounded like it's composers thought. Accurately following the treble and giving bass when needed. And Jimi Hendrix was there with me in that same room playing in front of me I can swear that!. I've owned many systems but this is really the best system I've ever owned (and I really do have owned alot of them). I think this beats Concert 8 or even Concert 11. and for that price. what are you waiting for. go for it, its a limited edition! (Beech one I mean)

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