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    PSB Flagship speakers reviewed by Soundstage

    Soundstage finally reviews PSB's flagship.. the T3

    SoundStage! Hi-Fi | SoundStageHiFi.com - PSB Imagine T3 Loudspeakers

    Links to measurements are here
    http://www.soundstagenetwork.com/in...&catid=77:loudspeaker-measurements&Itemid=153

    20Hz - 20kHz (measured @ 2m, plotted @ 1m)

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    I would love to hear the new PSB's. I have a good friend that has the Synchrony One's that I have listened to for at least 50 hours. The Sync's are one of my favorite speakers of all time. Stereophile compared them to $20K speakers. I disagree about the bass and midrange of the Sync's. Bass went deeper than 40Hz. And the midrange was to die for, very smooth and liquid. Treble was never harsh but it could have has a little more air. The did require a lot of power to sound good though. Paul Barton really know's how to make a good sounding speaker.
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    I do like how the front baffles have the wood grain top to bottom compared to the synchronies. That's just an aesthetic preference of mine but kudos nonetheless.

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    Stereophiles reveiw on the T3 and judging by this review, they do nothing wrong..

    Floor Standing Speakers - HomeTheaterHifi.com
    Main System/Second System
    Receiver Yamaha RX-V1800/Yamaha RX-V1500
    Turntable ProJect Xpression III with Ortofon Red
    Display Samsung UN65KU6491 65"/
    Vizio SV-470M 47"
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    Media Player Iomega with 1TB internal drive/WDTV + 3TB drive
    Speakers PSB Image T-45/Alphas Front, PSB Image 8C/100C Center, PSB Image 1B/Alpha Mites Surrounds
    Subwoofer Rythmic LV12-R/PSB Subsonic 5
    Remotes: Logitech Harmony 650 for both systems

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    Here is Stereophile's review of the T3. It looks like it can do now wrong.


    PSB Imagine T3 loudspeaker | Stereophile.com
    Main System/Second System
    Receiver Yamaha RX-V1800/Yamaha RX-V1500
    Turntable ProJect Xpression III with Ortofon Red
    Display Samsung UN65KU6491 65"/
    Vizio SV-470M 47"
    BluRay/CD Yamaha BD-S681/Sony BDP-S360
    Media Player Iomega with 1TB internal drive/WDTV + 3TB drive
    Speakers PSB Image T-45/Alphas Front, PSB Image 8C/100C Center, PSB Image 1B/Alpha Mites Surrounds
    Subwoofer Rythmic LV12-R/PSB Subsonic 5
    Remotes: Logitech Harmony 650 for both systems

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    Here is Stereophiles review of the T3. Judging by them, it can do no wrong.

    http://www.stereophile.com/content/p...LQ83DTLZWCK.97
    Main System/Second System
    Receiver Yamaha RX-V1800/Yamaha RX-V1500
    Turntable ProJect Xpression III with Ortofon Red
    Display Samsung UN65KU6491 65"/
    Vizio SV-470M 47"
    BluRay/CD Yamaha BD-S681/Sony BDP-S360
    Media Player Iomega with 1TB internal drive/WDTV + 3TB drive
    Speakers PSB Image T-45/Alphas Front, PSB Image 8C/100C Center, PSB Image 1B/Alpha Mites Surrounds
    Subwoofer Rythmic LV12-R/PSB Subsonic 5
    Remotes: Logitech Harmony 650 for both systems

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