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Pi 3 or Pi 4? [message #90297] Sun, 12 May 2019 11:30 Go to next message
Rmurazzi is currently offline  Rmurazzi
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Hello,

Been reading the information on this website - very informative but overwhelming. Also reading up on the Econowave designs.

Question: Why would one choose the Pi 3 over the Pi 4 or vice versa? Also what characteristics would the Pi speakers provide over something like a Klipsch Heresy of Forte?

Just for reference I currently am listening to JBL CF-150 speakers partially modified (replaced blown tweeters with Selnium ST-200 tweeters). I am driving them with a Crown XLS 2500 amp and my room is 13 x 20. Also currently have one older 12" 100 watt subwoofer in entertainment center between mains.

I am interested in getting a more "live" sound than I currently have.

Are Pi speakers for me?

Ron
Re: Pi 3 or Pi 4? [message #90299 is a reply to message #90297] Sun, 12 May 2019 12:29 Go to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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My suggestion is to read through the articles in the FAQ. Most of what you are asking is in there, including the differences between models.

Please write back with any other questions you have.
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