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Fisher 400 with LS3/5a or KEF LS50 or ATC SCM11 V2 ?

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Merry Christmas to all first !
After swapping and testing numerous integrated tube amps (the list is long...), I finally settled for a beautiful Fisher 400. The question is now, which speakers???
LS3/5a, JR149, KEF LS50 and ATC SCM11s are receiving rave reviews but these like to be paired with powerful amps.
I was wondering if one you guys are running one of this configuration. I am specially interested in the ATC SCM11s. I am also open to any other bookshelf speakers recommendations. Thank you for any feedback

Fisher 400 with LS3/5a or KEF LS50 or ATC SCM11 V2 ?

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Would any of those you listed be Klipsch?  I'm thinking that your LS3/5a might be, but have not seen that particular designation before.  If so, they certainly don't need a "powerful amp" as you say.  Your Fisher 400 would be a great match, and is more than capable.  I have a Fisher 500C powering La Scalas, and they sound fantastic.

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43 minutes ago, jimjimbo said:

I'm thinking that your LS3/5a might be

 

They're the BBC small monitors and not very efficient. Nor all the others, at about 85db sensitivity. Are you wanting to use these as desktop speakers? The LaScalas the Jimbo has are rated at 104db. The difference would be like night and day...

 

Welcome to the forums. btw.

 

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