I used to sell the Paragon when it was new, and it truly is an heirloom product. But most homes don't have the space or the singular furniture style necessary to have a long console on one wall. You can't spread the two speakers apart, so listening distance becomes fixed and if you don't want a chair or couch right there, well, you're outta luck. They do have the big horn sound and the ease that comes from the very low distortion of horns, but you might find two separate horn loaded speakers to be easier to set-up. That said, if you can pay the tariff and accommodate the eccentric domestic requirements, you may end up in love.
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