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Joseph Audio RM7si Signature Mk2
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rating  3 of 5
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Description: <ul> <li>Assymetrical Infinite Slope crossover</li> <li>Metal cone woofer</li> </ul>


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Overall Rating:3
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Submitted by aroostookme a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: July 12, 2010

Bottom Line:   
So no one has reviewed these gems yet.

Well, in a nutshells, they are pretty nice speakers. They are known for their deep and graceful low end that defies their box size. I would second that and add that these little wonders will surprise you again and again over time.

Not meant to fill a room, put them on a good set of stands and they will perform wonderfully.

I have used them with tube equipment and solid state and am happy with both set-ups. A Jolida 502B with a Western Electric mini-max tube-end CD deck and Nordost Solar Wind cables is really nice. But the same set-up except for a Creek 5350SE and a Rega Planet 2000 is also very satisfying.

Jazz, folk and classical excel. These are not really loud playing rock speakers.

It's hard to justify the price when you look at these speakers. But you'll find it easy once you have them home and broken in.

I'd choose the Proac 1SC over these, but not much else at this price point.

Very nice.

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Used product for:   More than 1 year

Duration Product Used:   Audio Enthusiast

Product model year:   2005




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