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    To be paired with Zapco Studio 300x

    I'm on the hunt for components to be paired with my Zapco Studio 300x 150 x 2 @ 4 ohms or 230 x 2 @ 2 ohms. I was looking at the edi 6500s, diamond audio hex, and im still thinking about the rainbow germaniums, if you guys can convince me that they are THAT good. Or any others I should look at? Seas lotus are just too expensive for me at this point, the germs are even a little for right now, but if they are indeed THAT good, I could probably make room for them.

    I'm looking for great midrange/vocals, good midbass, and distinct, but not harsh tweeters. I listen primarily to rap, but some slow music occassionally. Thanks in advance





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    Re: To be paired with Zapco Studio 300x

    The only set out of those that I've heard are the Hex's. They have great midrange and highs, but are not the strongest set into the lower frequencies.



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    Re: To be paired with Zapco Studio 300x

    What is your budget?



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    Re: To be paired with Zapco Studio 300x

    The diamonds lack a bit in the midbass department. The germs are a good set, but I prefer the OZ Audio CS180 over them. ANd I have no experience with the EDIs.



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    Re: To be paired with Zapco Studio 300x

    ive heard the hex, i own rainbow SLCs, and even my SLCs sound just as good as the HEXs. so, i vote Germaniums, they're phenominal



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