I see you haven't received any responses. That's no surprise to me. Not many audiophiles have any appreciation for the Def Techs as music speakers. As a Def Tech BP 7000 owner I would say that they are good in 2 channel. But anyone reading this would say: "well he owns them, what would you expect him to say." I don't have a lot of experience to say they sound as good as the competitors. I've only had one set of high end speakers other than the Def Techs come through my listenting room. I will say this, I like mine more all the time. They are a challenge in that you need to pair them with very good electronics, have a room big enough for them to breathe, have a capable front end as well as cabling to get the most out of them. I am about to bi-wire mine for the first time after going single wire for the last several months. I use a Plinius 9200 integrated with mine. I will say that I don't believe I've yet tapped the full potential sonically of these speakers. Ultimately you will have to decide for yourself how you think they sound. You cannot audition these behemoths in your home, no way, and that's the best way to know how you would like them. My best suggestion to you (if you are serious about these speakers) would be to work with a Def Tech dealer and see if you can take your amp, front end, and some familiar music to a Def Tech dealer and listen to pair of the 7000's with your own equipment and find out if there is synergy and you like what you're hearing. There is one other Def Tech BP 7000 owner on Agon who is helping me to acheive the potential of the speakes with my setup. His member name is nypr2003. He can give you more information on the 7000's. But as I said, I enjoy mine more and more every day as I continue to tweak my system.
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