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Proud owner of a new pair of Compact 7ES-3s

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  • Proud owner of a new pair of Compact 7ES-3s

    As of today, I own a new pair of rosewood Compact 7ES-3s, and I'm very happy with them. Thank you for making such great speakers!

  • #2
    welcome to music paradize. Prepaer for truely beautiful sound and revealing character. If you hear any fault sonic you not heard before from your lovely not fault the speakers..the 7 just show you the true color.

    "Bath with Music"


    • #3
      Originally posted by evs71 View Post
      As of today, I own a new pair of rosewood Compact 7ES-3s, and I'm very happy with them. Thank you for making such great speakers!
      Welcome to the "club"! Wish you many happy listening with it.


      • #4
        evs, congratulations on your new speakers. Can you post a picture? I would love to see the C7s in Rosewood.


        • #5
          I would be very interested in seeing a picture of the Rosewood 7's as well.Thanks


          • #6
            Welcome, evs71!

            And you know what the best part is? You'll love them just as much in five years as you do right endless Honeymoon!



            • #7
              I'll have to wait until tomorrow morning before I can take a picture of them in natural light. Attached is a picture of the top of one of the C7s as it came out of the box. The rosewood color and finish can be seen fairly clearly.
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              • #8
                picture of Compact 7ES-3 attached
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                • #9
                  Great looking 7's.The Rosewood finish is my favorite.Enjoy!


                  • #10
                    Congratulations evs71. Have you run your palm over the compacts yet? Down the sides (both) and along the top. It has become almost a weekly routine of mine (sometimes more often), and almost each time after a listen :0) enjoy!.


                    • #11
                      Thank you all. Kittykat, I keep a 10 gauge in my listening room just to make sure nothing ever touches the revered C7s. To each their own. Yee haw.


                      • #12
                        ok, im not going anywhere near your locality then, but i hear leadshot makes good ballast for speaker stands.